The co-header between a father and son of a mortgage for the purchase of the house owned exclusively by the child configures an indirect donation?

My wife and I are deciding to buy a house: the property will be owned by both but the mortgage instead, we would like to cointestarlo me and my parents. The question I ask you is: my father has debts with Equitalia and the Inland Revenue, assuming that they accept him as co-owner, it may be that he pays the loan without being the owner of the property and is seen as an indirect donation so distraught?

When the third party intervenes in the mortgage contract, it is almost impossible to exclude the presence of an indirect donation, unless the real will of the parties is demonstrated even with the presence of other underlying documents or documents that justify the relationship between the third party and the beneficiary.

Therefore, where the third party is the beneficiary’s parent, we are certainly in the presence of an indirect donation.

In light of the above and the legal presumption – according to which a child can not not know the debt situation of his parent and, therefore, is fully aware of the damage that with the payment of the loan is caused to the creditor (bad faith) – it follows that the position of the beneficiary of the indirect donation could be similar to that of the debtor.

My wife and I are planning to buy a house: the property will be in the name of both, but the mortgage will be linked to us 2 plus my mother. We would also like to include in my mortgage my father who has debts with Equitalia and the Revenue Agency. Suppose it is absurd that the bank accepts it as a joint holder of the loan, can the property be subject to foreclosure? Could there also be other types of repercussions due to the debts my father has? If there were any risks, would it be better to include it as a co-holder or guarantor?

Do we repeat the same questions? The answer provided does not like or was not read? Of course, if the answer is free, we can repeat it when we want: is not it?

If it is written that the position of the beneficiary of the indirect donation could be assimilated to that of the debtor , there is written everything for what concerns the hypothesis of a possible foreclosure.

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Discussion points from the forum

How to make donation of non-modest value money from parents to child
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Can the current account holder withdraw the entire balance available?
There are problems for the joint account if I had a joint account with my son and he would withdraw the entire availability deriving from a bank transfer in my name. Would it be a kind of indirect donation? Creditors could bother my son?

Donation and debts – What are the risks?
My father wants to make a donation of the house with the right of usufruct because he has 13 thousand euros of debts with the collection agency. My husband and I will be completing the first house next year. Can this donation affect any incentives / mortgage? As for the fees should I pay Imu, Tarsu etc? Would the taxes be payable to me?

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