Buyers of Slovenian property pay a 2% purchase tax and a registration tax ranging from 0.01% to 0.50%. The annual property tax rate ranges between 0.1% and 1.0%.
Stays in Slovenia are governed by the Foreigners Act (Zakon o tujcih), in force from 5 June 1991. The procedure of nationality acquisition is described by the Citizenship of the Republic of Slovenia Act (Zakon o državljanstvu Republike Slovenije), in force from 5 June 1991.
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