ECJ Rules Against Spanish Exit Tax

ECJ Rules Against Spanish Exit Tax

The European Court of Justice on April 25 released its decision in Commission v. Spain (C-64/11), holding that the Spanish exit tax rules, which impose immediate taxation on the unrealized gains that have accrued in the Spanish territory before an exit to another EU member state, violate EU law because they represent an obstacle to the freedom of establishment.

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