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Non-Dom Update | July 2017
First announced in 2015, significant changes to the taxation of UK resident non-doms and non-domiciled owners of UK residential property had been proposed to take effect from 6 April 2017.
UK
7 Aug 2017
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New UK Non-Dom Tax Changes In April 2017 – Last Chance To Act (Video)
Following two formal consultations and much informal debate, we now have (most of) the much-anticipated legislation in respect of the changes to the taxation of non-UK domiciliaries.
UK
20 Dec 2016
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Full Steam Ahead For Non-Dom Tax Reforms
Following an extended period of consultation, more details and draft legislation has now been published with a view to the new rules taking effect in April 2017.
UK
26 Aug 2016
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Public Liability Insurance - Ensure You're Covered!
Insurance is unlikely to be the number one topic of conversation when you discuss your business affairs.
UK
17 Jul 2014
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Rural Update - News In Brief
HMRC v The Executors of Lord Howard of Henderskelfe (deceased) related to a painting owned by the late Lord Howard, which hung in Castle Howard.
UK
11 Jul 2014
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Property Rights And Fracking - Who Owns Your Land?
Encouraged by estimates of shale oil and gas reserves in the UK, the British government is embarking on an overhaul of the law in this area.
UK
11 Jul 2014
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Rural Update - Autumn 2012
Building materials and construction services supplied in connection with approved alterations to listed buildings, which previously qualified for zero rate VAT, will now be subject to VAT at the standard rate.
UK
25 Oct 2012
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Rural Update - Spring 2012
The question of the applicability of agricultural property relief on farmhouses has recently been considered again by the courts.
UK
17 Apr 2012
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Rural Update - Autumn 2011
A new Law of Property Act has been published in draft which aims to modernise the law on easements and covenants. The most radical change will be the abolition of restrictive and other land covenants, which will be replaced by a new land obligation. Landowners will not be able to enforce land obligations unless they can prove that they own land near to the property which is subject to the obligation.
UK
16 Oct 2011
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Rural Update - Spring 2011
The Chancellor’s Budget on 23 March 2011 was in general positive for rural landowners. It included a decrease in fuel duty by 1p per litre, funded by an additional charge on oil producers, and assistance for owners of small businesses in the proposed merger of the income tax and National Insurance Contributions regimes, thus decreasing administration.
UK
11 Apr 2011
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