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Coming Soon: Register Of Beneficial Owners Of UK Property Held By Foreign Companies...
Foreign companies which hold UK property will have to register details of their beneficial owners on a public register under plans announced by David Cameron yesterday at the Anti-Corruption Summit in London.
UK
23 May 2016
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UK Property Update - London House Prices Set To Rise
Despite some volatility in the market, house prices in Central London are predicted to rise by 5% in 2016.
UK
18 May 2016
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UK Real Estate Offers Opportunities For Middle Eastern Investors
With the introduction of the new 3% SDLT band for buy-to-let investors – effective from 1 April, attention is now turning to the impact for UK property prices of British exit from the European Union...
Guernsey
9 May 2016
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The Extent Of Implication - Break Clauses And Reimbursement Of Rent In Commercial Leases
The recent decision of the Supreme Court of England and Wales poses important points to be considered by commercial landlords, tenants and agents...
Guernsey
9 May 2016
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Guernsey Immunity Certificate Fee Rises
The cost of processing an application for an Immunity Certificate will rise from £50.00 to £70.00 on 1 May 2016.
Guernsey
5 May 2016
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Landlords - Less Than 2 Weeks To Protect Your Deposit
If you are a landlord who likes to sit back, relax and watch rental income flow into your bank accounts, beware!
Guernsey
17 Jun 2015
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Real Estate Funds Look To Channel Islands
Guernsey and Jersey are fast becoming seen as the jurisdictions of choice for Asian funds.
Guernsey
17 Dec 2014
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Budget Update - Increases In SDLT & Extension To ATED / CGTED Regime
Today's budget announcement contains a sting in the tail for investors in UK residential property.
Guernsey
25 Mar 2014
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Conveyancing Fees - Removal Of Guernsey Bar Tariff
The days of Guernsey law firms having to charge a minimum fee based on a prescribed tariff are over. Firms are now charging at a level set not by professional rules, but by market forces.
Guernsey
4 Dec 2012
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The Rise Of The "Zombie" And The Overhaul Of Tax On High Value Residential Property
In 2012, the government declared war on ‘non natural persons’ buying high-value properties.
Guernsey
 
13 Nov 2012
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The Walking Dead & Other External Pressures Facing The Channel Islands
Guernsey and Jersey are fleet-footed and professional in the way they respond to international initiatives, to ensure their jurisdictions remain attractive and at the forefront of developments in international finance.
Guernsey
7 Nov 2012
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Collas Crill Property
The Guernsey housing market is divided into 2 categories: dwellings which are available for occupation by anyone and which are inscribed on the Housing Register (commonly known as "open market") and dwellings which can only be occupied by persons holding residential qualifications or a licence issued by the Housing Department (commonly known as "local market").
Guernsey
30 Oct 2012
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A Renter’s Guide To Taking On A Property
You've found a property to rent and you are one step closer to becoming a tenant.
Guernsey
9 May 2012
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The Population Policy Group ("PPG") Report - Effect On The Open Market
The States of Guernsey’s Population Policy Group have completed their initial deliberations into the creation of a legal and administrative framework for a population management regime in Guernsey.
Guernsey
22 Dec 2011
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Creating A Racket...?
The case of Lawrence v Fen Tigers Limited confirmed that there is no defence in a claim for nuisance that the claimant moved to a property already affected by the nuisance.
Guernsey
14 Nov 2011
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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Occupiers’ Liability Can Be Something Quite Atrocious
The recent case of Ruth Geary, who took the decision to slide down a particularly impressive banister in a manner similar to that of Mary Poppins, and the ensuing claim made by her against the owner of the building for the substantial injuries she suffered when she fell, acts as a useful reminder to all landowners to be aware of their liability to visitors.
Guernsey
14 Nov 2011
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Trusts Of Land And Overreaching
Trustees duties with regard to acquisition/disposal of property in England & Wales Prior to the introduction of the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996.
Guernsey
10 Nov 2011
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Guide For Trustees Selling Property In England & Wales
In today’s world with society becoming ever more litigious it has become paramount that trustees ensure they conduct their relationships with their advisers so as to minimise the risk of negligence by the advisers and the exposure of liability to the trustees.
UK
28 Jul 2011
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