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By Anna Douglass, Donald Millar, Jeff O'Boyle
Foreign companies which hold UK property will have to register details of their beneficial owners on a public register under plans announced by David Cameron yesterday at the Anti-Corruption Summit in London.
By Iain Beresford
Improper use of any client feedback mechanism can easily result in unnecessarily negative views purely as a result of a misapplication of the mechanism.
By Jeff O'Boyle
Despite some volatility in the market, house prices in Central London are predicted to rise by 5% in 2016.
By Hana Plsek
Have you updated your staff handbook and procedures to reflect the new maternity and adoption provisions?
By Michael Morris, Angela Calnan
With the introduction of the new 3% SDLT band for buy-to-let investors – effective from 1 April, attention is now turning to the impact for UK property prices of British exit from the European Union...
By Jason Green, Harry Round
The recent decision of the Supreme Court of England and Wales poses important points to be considered by commercial landlords, tenants and agents...
By Michael Adkins, Christian Hay
In this guide we hope to give our readers a refresher course on Guernsey's insolvency laws in the hope that they will be in a better equipped when one of their clients 'goes under'.
By Nin Ritchie, Emma Taylor
In October 2015 we reported on the UK's consultation papers outlining HMRC's proposed two pronged approach to tackling facilitators and enablers of offshore tax evasion.
By Joe Le Cheminant
The cost of processing an application for an Immunity Certificate will rise from £50.00 to £70.00 on 1 May 2016.
By Matt Litten, Coryn Le Clerc
There has been an explosion of entrants to the ranks of the super or ultra wealthy in recent years. Members of wealthy families are mobile and base themselves in diverse jurisdictions.
By Thomas Cutts-Watson, David O'Hanlon, Richard Holden
However the Royal Court of Jersey has noted that the phrase is useful shorthand for a situation that may have been encountered by many trust practitioners.
By Kellyann Ozouf, Damian James
In the Representation of the Jasmine Trustees Limited [2015] JRC 196 the Royal Court had to consider whether or not new trustees and protectors had been validly appointed to two trusts...
By Sophie Morgan
The war stories emerging from the 2007/2008 financial crisis predominantly blame the bankers for its creation, in tandem with allegations of weak regulation. Since the mid noughties the UK financial services regulatory regime has undergone a significant overhaul, resulting in a far tougher regulator with a keen eye on individual accountability.
By Sean Cheong, Nin Ritchie
Tackling tax evasion was a hot topic during the 2015 UK election.
By Wayne Atkinson, Sean Cheong
Changes to Guernsey's company law came into force on Thursday 3 September 2015.
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