Monthly Archives: June 2012

Are you a Competent Landlord?

It may sound like a silly question but in the eyes of the law the test of a competent landlord has huge consequences on a landlord’s ability to make and exercise options on a property and lease protected by the … Continue reading

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SDLT ‘hit’ on residential property; A Summary of the Finance Bill 2012

This Spring, the Chancellor, George Osboune, focused on what has been seen a wealthy individuals avoiding their duty to pay tax through their use of schemes and corporate vehicles and then selling those shares free of SDLT. Here are some … Continue reading

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Has internet shopping resulted in the death of the high Street?

In 2011 CBRE reported at the World Retail Congress that 40% of Europeans shops on-line. For their 2012 report they identified that 82% of the UK adult population shops on-line.  So does this mean that we no longer need high … Continue reading

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