Studio Notarile Cesare Bortoluzzi offers real estate, succession matter and corporate general consultancy. Bortoluzzi Notary’s firm deals with real estate transactions and mortgage, wills and family law, corporate transactions and company incorporation.
Bortoluzzi Notary’s firm
Studio Notarile Bortoluzzi was founded in 1951. Today the Bortoluzzis number no less than 3 Notaries, all still practising under the Notarial Board of Milan: Tomaso, Cesare and Pietro.
The English corrispondent of the Office based in Gallarate,Parabiago and Milan, now held by dr. Cesare Bortoluzzi, notary public in Gallarate, is Andrea Bortoluzzi who has been notary for 40 years and now has as its main occupation the assistance of foreign investors in Italy. He is specialised in corporate and family matters, wills and succession, and public and private RE property transactions.
Next to his professional practice, Andrea Bortoluzzi has also gained experience in the academic field, teaching in various notary schools, and as a lay judge. He is also been contract-lecturer in Commercial Law at Insubria University, School of Economics. In the past he acted as a civil lay judge (Giudice Onorario Aggregato) at the Court of Busto Arsizio. His work include services on both the legal and tax sides. He works in strict connection for the notarial services related to his work with dr. Cesare Bortoluzii who is a lawyer also.
The Bortoluzzis: a dinasty of notaries
Giuseppe Bortoluzzi, a Venetian transplanted with his family in the 1930s, after going through the wartime vicissitudes and graduating in Pavia, began his notary’s career serving as an apprentice at Zanzi’s office, who at that time had been notaries in Varese for over a century.
After qualifying, following a brief period at Albavilla and Seregno, he became a notary in Varese where he held his office without interruption from the 1950s until retirement – at first in Piazza della Motta 5/a, then in Piazza Monte Grappa 4.
He, in his turn, trained two sons, Andrea and Tomaso, both of whom graduates from the University of Pavia and notaries, and three grandsons: Pietro and Cesare, likewise notaries, and Guido, a lawyer.