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Posts Tagged ‘stamp duty land tax’

The future for property

Anyone reading the financial papers over the past few weeks will be thoroughly confused by what is actually happening to property. For a start, are prices rising or falling? The Centre for Economics and Business Research says that by 2015 prices will have risen by 14% to a new all time high. Contrast this with…

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Hope for UK Commercial Property

The CB Richard Ellis monthly index of commercial property returns continues to bring hope of recovery within the sector. Overall the sector posted growth of 0.7% in May, capitalising on the 0.6% growth seen in April. Across the UK the picture is mixed. Within the capital returns for office accommodation rose by 1% against a…

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Newshams congratulates the RIBA award winners

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the winners of the 2011 awards for architectural excellence. The 89 winners in the UK include a community hall in the Hebrides and a self build hideaway in the Lake District as well as fourteen schools and nine university buildings. The awards also give a boost…

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Stamp Duty Land Tax case won by taxpayer

The first Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) case taken to the Tax Tribunal by HMRC has been won by the taxpayer. This victory is a vindication of the interpretation commonly applied to one aspect of SDLT regulations by experts although an appeal by HMRC is expected. SDLT applies when property above a certain value is…

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Attention Property Lawyers!

Property lawyers and conveyancers should be aware that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have announced a change to the information required in Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) returns. HMRC has stated that the new forms will be available for use from April 2011 and must be used with effect from 4 July 2011.

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