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Rich pickings for HMRC? The new UK tax rules on “property-rich companies”
The scope of UK tax for non-residents has been extended to catch gains on disposals of interests in “property-rich companies”.
Is it the end of the road for residential leasehold?
With the form of tenure under attack from various quarters, can it survive?
Enforcing repair obligations during the lease
Recently we've seen two court decisions examine the option of requiring a party to perform its repair obligations during the lease.
Art Law Newsletter - April 2019
Welcome to the latest edition of our Art Law Newsletter.
Government proposes sweeping changes to tenant evictions
New consultation on proposals to end “no fault’ evictions under Section 21 of the 1988 Housing Act.
It's time to look to the skies
The tide is turning on airspace development.
Levels, levels, levels - adding floors to existing structures
In a world where major cities have a lack of vacant space adding levels to existing structures is way to increase usable space and value.
Adding storeys: is it easy to obtain planning permission?
Adding storeys to an existing building will generally require planning permission and may require other consents.