Pemberton Greenish LLP is pleased to announce that Kerry Glanville has been elected as the firm’s senior partner with effect from 1st April 2017. Kerry joined the firm in 1998 as a partner specialising in property disputes. For many years she has headed the firm’s disputes resolution team as well as served on the firm’s […]
Anna Favre to co-chair ALEP 2017, the leasehold enfranchisement sector’s leading conference
Leasehold 2017: Anna Favre is delighted to be part of an expert panel commenting on the latest case law and legislation at this prestigious real estate conference on 1 March 2017
Jeremy Curtis outlines the most tax-efficient ways young homeowners can optimise the bank of mum and dad.
The best method of protecting your business’ confidential information is to sign a confidentiality agreement or non-disclosure agreement (‘NDA’). However, an NDA cannot provide an absolute guarantee that the disclosed information will be protected. If the recipient has no intention of complying with its obligations under the NDA then it may be too late, or […]
If you are looking to sell a UK property which is owned by a company formed especially for that purpose (an SPV), you may decide to sell the shares in the SPV instead of selling the property.
The government’s promise to increase the inheritance tax (IHT) allowance to £1million for married couples and civil partners comes into effect next April.
While admittedly the energy efficiency of properties can appear a rather dry topic there have been recent changes which affect both residential and commercial landlords.
The Tribunal has recently determined how the landlords’ share of the marriage value created on the grant of a new lease of a flat and appurtenant property (in this case Flat 70 and garage space 30, Portman Towers) under the provisions of the 1993 Act is to be divided between Portman as freeholder and Starlight Headlease Limited as headlessee in view of the fact that the flat and appurtenant property were originally held under separate leases.
Whether it’s a property that you rarely use or a room in the flat where you live, the attractions of “Air-BnB-style” short-term letting are clear.