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Jeremy Curtis comments in FT Weekend 5 September 2017

Dying without a will is a very bad idea – particularly if your family circumstances are complicated whether because of subsequent marriages or strained relationships.

Jeremy Curtis comments in FT Weekend 16 September 2017

The new Beneficial Ownership register identifies the true beneficial owners of assets held through trusts and other structures.


Construction Law Breakfast Seminar – 19 September 2017

The Construction and Engineering team are hosting a 2017 Construction Law Update and breakfast seminar at our offices on Tuesday 19 September 2017.


Pemberton Greenish merges with Brice Droogleever & Co

Pemberton Greenish LLP has expanded its transactions and private client offering by merging with thriving central London practice Brice Droogleever & Co. The two Partner strong team will be integrated and fully operational with immediate effect.


Simon Slater appointed as CEO of Pemberton Greenish

Pemberton Greenish LLP is pleased to announce Simon Slater’s appointment as Chief Executive Officer with effect from 22 August 2017.


Stamp Duty Land Tax implications of extending your lease

On 4 July 2017 George Calvert, Solicitor in the Residential Real Estate Team, was published in the ‘Your Questions’ section of the globally acclaimed Financial Times discussing the Stamp Duty Land Tax implications of extending your lease.


Guardians for your Little Angels

For such an important decision there is surprisingly little guidance. Here then are some points and pointers.

“We don’t need no Excavation…”

With apologies to Pink Floyd, this article will discuss the increasingly vexed issue of the construction of mega-basements in Central London and the way in which the Party Wall etc Act 1996 (the “Act”) is being used, tactically, to oppose those large-scale projects.

The new UK register of beneficial owners of overseas entities – stay one step ahead

As part of its commitment to making the UK’s company and property ownership more transparent, the government proposes to establish a public register which records information about the beneficial ownership of overseas entities that own UK property.

Speed is key to avoid tying yourself in knots over knotweed

With summer approaching, the nation will soon be in bloom again. However there is one perennial, introduced in Victorian times as an ornamental plant, which you will certainly not want to find growing on your land.