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Non-dom reforms dropped from the Finance Bill 2017

The changes to the taxation of non-doms and non-UK trusts will not become law before the Election. However, we still expect them to be introduced this year and to be backdated to 6 April 2017.
26 April 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon shortlisted as Law Firm of Year at Citywealth Magic Circle Awards 2017

The private wealth team from Burges Salmon has been shortlisted in the Law Firm of the Year – London category at the forthcoming Citywealth Magic Circle Awards 2017.
28 March 2017

Tainting protected trusts – trustees beware!

Given the importance of protected trust status, it’s crucial both settlors and trustees understand the steps to take to avoid "tainting" a protected trust, particularly in the context of loans.
27 March 2017

The new Electronic Communications Code – what does it mean for landowners?

The new Electronic Communications Code is designed to promote investment in communications and give greater freedom to operators. But how will it affect landowners?
21 March 2017

Renewable energy on farms

Renewable energy projects on farms have become increasingly popular. However, recent changes to planning mechanisms are limiting what farmers and landowners can do.
20 March 2017

Press release

STEP Private Client Awards 2017/18: John Barnett named as Presiding Judge

John Barnett, Head of our Private Client team, has been announced as Chairman and Presiding Judge for this year’s STEP Private Client Awards.
13 February 2017

Looking after 'number one': tax changes and the need for trustees to protect themselves

Trustees with current or possible UK links must act now to understand the fast-approaching changes to UK taxes which will affect trusts, residential real estate and non-UK domiciled individuals.
02 December 2016

An American in London: moving to the UK

The UK has always been popular with US expatriates – never more so than now, with the British pound at a three decade low and the political shake-up of a Trump administration.
02 December 2016

1975 Act: claims against estates are on the rise

Our disputes partner Kevin Kennedy answers some questions on how claims against estates come about, and what can be done about them.
16 November 2016

The myth of the common law spouse

Some people remain unaware that living together (or “cohabitation”) does not give a couple any legal status, no matter how long they have been together or whether they have children.
16 November 2016

Extra SDLT on second homes

From 1 April 2016 an additional 3% premium on top of the existing SDLT rates is payable by buyers of a second residential property.
14 November 2016

Update for residential landlords

Changes from April 2017 will mean that income tax relief is to be restricted to the basic rate of tax on borrowing costs for the owners of let residential property.
14 November 2016
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