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By Lisa Graham
Additional Dwelling Supplement ("ADS") has been a feature of Scottish tax law since 1 April 2016, being an additional amount of Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT)...
By Jenny Anfield, Simone Young
In a recent High Court case in England, Signature Realty Ltd v Fortis Developments Ltd it was found that a property developer, Signature Realty Limited ("Signature"), was in breach of copyright law...
By Ellis Walls
The Scottish Government is aiming to complete the Land Register of Scotland so that all Scottish property is mapped on the digital register by 2024.
By Davidson Chalmers
New UK anti-money laundering measures were introduced on 26 June 2017 which brought Scottish Limited Partnerships (SLPs) and certain General Scottish Partnerships (SPs) into the scope...
By Laura Tainsh
This is a special conference edition of 'Talking Dirty' live from the 'Resourcing the Future 2017 Conference...
By Laura Tainsh
Our expertise extends over a diverse range of issues such as the interpretation of legislation, definition and classification of waste...
By Emma Dickie
The requirement for companies and LLPs to maintain a Register of People with Significant Control (PSC Register) came into force in April 2016...
By Alan Strain
The recent case of MPT Group v Peel decided in the English High Court on 16 May 2017 has, according to some commentators, called into question the extent of an employee's duty to...
By Andy Drane
In the week that UK voters go to the polls, healthcare and the future of the NHS has again been a key issue on the campaign trail...
By Laura Tainsh
Our expertise extends over a diverse range of issues such as the interpretation of legislation, definition and classification of waste, environmental notices...
By Laura Tainsh
The partnership was set up in 2003 and has achieved almost 600 convictions since then, the most recent being a fine for over £1,800 for the unauthorised dumping of household waste.
By Andy Drane
While only one in 20 surgeries in Scotland currently fall under this criteria, this number is on the rise, up by 25 per cent in the past two years.
By Craig Stirling, Gina Malone
The global cyber-attack that hit the NHS in Scotland and England over the weekend was reportedly the largest in NHS history.
By Craig Stirling, Gina Malone
The global cyber-attack that hit the NHS in Scotland and England over the weekend was reportedly the largest in NHS history.
By Laura Tainsh
In this edition of Talking Dirty I am looking at the regulation landscape – from environmental permitting to enforcement – affecting operators in sectors such as waste management.