In order to be valid in Italy, a foreign deed shall be accompanied by an Italian translation, certified as compliant by the competent diplomatic/consular Representation or by an official translator.
EU Regulation 2016/1191, however, provides for acceding States that public deeds issued on multilingual standard forms do not require translation.
Main reference legislation: Legislative Decree No. 445/2000, art. 33; EU Regulation 2016/1191.