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Build To Rent

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Author: Steven Hayward

As demand for rental properties outstrips supply and the sales market continues to price out first time buyers, increasing pressure...

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Testamentary Capacity: Can You Still Bank on Banks – v – Goodfellow?

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Author: Paul Grimwood

The recent case of Clitheroe -v- Bond has looked again at the question of whether in terms of assessing testamentary...

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Residential Property Developer Tax

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Author: Andrew Olins

There is currently a government consultation inviting comments on a new tax on residential property developers which will also extend...

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Ringfencing, Restrictions and Recovery – forfeiture moratorium extended until 25 March 2022

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Author: Andrew Olins

On Wednesday 16 June, the UK government extended the current forfeiture moratorium for commercial tenants until 25 March 2022. This...

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The Building Safety Bill

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Author: Andrew Olins

The Building Safety Bill has just been published. This is a brief overview of the Bill. As readers will know,...

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Where does it end? Responsibility for defects does not necessarily end on the expiry of the defects liability period

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Author: Andrew Olins

It is important to differentiate between the Defects Liability Period and the Limitation Period early on in contractual negotiations and...

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Can you trust the trustees?

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Author: Paul Grimwood

What happens if beneficiaries of a trust have concerns about whether a trust is being properly administered?  Requests by beneficiaries...

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From luxury mansions to sharks – how far can planning enforcement go?

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Author: Andrew Olins

Councils have the ability to remedy breaches of planning control through the use of their enforcement powers. For example, where...

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Do the UK’s independent schools have a safeguarding problem?

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Author: Celia Whittuck

Many of the UK’s top independent schools have been named on the website Everyone’s Invited, which allows people to share...

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Government Relief Measures – Yet Another Extension.

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Author: Sarah Jackson

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Author: Ayushi Chadha

On 16 June 2021, the UK government announced its decision to extend some of the temporary relief measures introduced under...

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Don’t Use the F Word in My Mediations

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Author: Paul Grimwood

As I always say to parties at the start of all of my mediations, one of the golden rules of...

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Inheritance Tax: The 7-year rule.

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Author: Michael Charalambous

A Freedom of Information request by the Telegraph identified that since 2016, HMRC have found gifts worth more than £600...

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