Swiss law abolition will boost interest

The abolition of Switzerland’s Lex Koller, a law which restricts foreign ownership of Swiss property in 2010 is expected to heighten interest from investors.

21st July, 2007

The abolition of Switzerland’s Lex Koller, a law which restricts foreign ownership of Swiss property in 2010 is expected to heighten interest from investors.

Sean Collins, managing director of property firm Pure International said: ‘‘The abolition of the Lex Koller in Switzerland is going to make it much easier and more attractive to invest there.

‘‘However, hand in hand with the abolishment of the Lex Koller will come a set of new...

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