EWS1 Forms - the latest episode
RICS have now published their highly anticipated guidance on when EWS1 forms will be required.
Knight Frank Wealth Report: The Global Perspective on Prime Property & Investment
Knight Frank partners joined Charles Russell Speechlys for a virtual panel-led discussion on the Knight Frank Wealth Report
Diversification of landed estates – a trade mark lawyer’s advice...
Mary looks at the diversification of landed estates and offers her expert advice from a trade mark perspective
“Do I have to mediate?”
A trained impartial mediator can work with a divorcing couple if they cannot sort matters themselves.
Sophie Dworetzsky quoted in the Financial Times on the increase to corporation tax
Following the Chancellor's Budget this week, Sophie provides her expertise on the rise in corporation tax.
Thomas Moran has been quoted in the Evening Standard on the stamp duty surcharge on foreign homebuyers
Foreign buyers of property worth more than £1.5m will be subject to a 17 per cent tax rate from April 2021.
Property Professionals: Spring Budget Announcement
Join us as we discuss the highlights of the recent budget announcement.
Hugh Gunson and Guy Bud write for Tax Journal on the guidance provided by the Upper Tribunal in Atholl House
The ‘intermediaries legislation’, commonly known as IR35, has proved an area of legal uncertainty and worry for taxpayers in recent years.
Spring Budget 2021 - predictions
Spring budget 2021 - what will the Chancellor do?
Julia Cox quoted by Citywealth on the shared home exemption
For those who purchased a second home during the past year, they might want to explore the shared home exemption.
Dominic Lawrance, Hugh Gunson and Catrin Harrison write for Tax Journal on Embiricos and the future of partial closure notices
A look at the Upper Tribunal's decision in Embiricos and the implications for those faced with a domicile enquiry.
Piers Master named in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential 2021
Piers Master has been included in the rankings recognising the key players in the UK and offshore private client practitioner sector.
Jeffrey Lee, Jessica Leung and Jessica Chow featured in Legal 500's Hong Kong Private Client Q&A
The Q&A provides an overview of Private Client laws and regulations applicable in Hong Kong.
William Marriott quoted by The Telegraph on the impact of Land Registry delays on the UK property market
Home buyers and sellers are at risk of missing the stamp duty holiday because of hold-ups, which could cause deals to collapse.
Sarah Jane Boon
Sarah Jane Boon quoted by the Evening Standard on the Court of Appeal's decision in the Derhali divorce
Sophie Dworetzsky quoted by the Daily Express on the implications of the proposed wealth tax
Ahead of the Chancellor's budget on 3 March, Sophie discusses the difficulties of introducing of a wealth tax.
Cladding/EWS1 Form – What’s it all about?
It is good news that the housing market can continue to operate, with appropriate safeguards, throughout this third national lockdown.
Matt Foster writes for Family Law Journal on the enforcement of child arrangements orders
Matt Foster argues that the enforcement of child arrangements orders requires a pragmatic approach outside the legislative framework.
Mi casa es su casa: second homes and the shared ownership exemption
Estate agents across the UK are reporting a notable increase in the demand for second homes and holiday homes
Jeffrey Lee, Jessica Leung and Jessica Chow write for the ICLG chapter on Hong Kong's private client laws and regulations
The team have contributed to ICLG's cross-border insight into private client work.