On the role of professional enablers and money launderers in the facilitation of organised fraud in the UK…
In Forbes v Wokingham BC (QBD (Admin)), the Council successfully defended a challenge to its decision to refuse to register land as a new town or village green.
The court upheld a High Court finding that an area of land on a working quayside had been properly registered as a town or village green.
For the purposes of zero-rating under the Value Added Tax Act 1994 Sch.8 Pt II Group 5, a grant of a major interest in a site which was not related to a completed building or a building in the course of construction could not be zero-rated.
Following the success of 2017’s tests to widen the rejection criteria on first registration applications, the Land Registry has announced that the four tested criteria will apply from 8 October 2018.
The Tenants’ Associations (Provisions Relating to Recognition and Provision of Information) (England) Regulations 2018 (SI 2018/1043)…
It is understood the Chancellor is considering using the October 2018 budget to introduce a tax break for investors who sell properties to sitting tenants, amid concerns that 40% of young adults are unable to buy a home.
The following guest post on ‘Heathrow Runway Expansion: Economic Prosperity or Legal Minefield?’ was written for Naylor, Solicitors by Yelena Zagloul.
Where the RTM company has been given one or more counter-notices denying the claim, it may apply to the appropriate tribunal for a determination that it was on the date the claim notice was given that it was entitled to acquire the RTM of the premises.
A person given a claim notice by an RTM company may give a counter-notice to the company no later than the date specified in the claim notice (section 84(1), CLRA 2002).