Landlord and Tenant Briefing
The Coronavirus has seen the UK public retreat on a mass scale to the comfort of their own homes with the country in effect …
The £1 million Inheritance Tax threshold – fact or fiction?
From 6th April, 2020, the combined inheritance tax nil rate band will be £1 million. Find out what this means here – and what is fact or fiction.
Data Protection Update: Landed Estates and Residential Property Landlords
What is data protection and why should you ensure you are compliant? Read our fact sheet here.
Consequences of the death of a partner or shareholder/director
What are the repercussions of no valid will after the death of a partner or shareholder on a farming business?
Interference with sporting rights
High Court upholds ruling in Clochfaen Estate Limited v Bryn Blaen Wind Farm Ltd case
Labour set to target residential landlords
Buy-to-let residential landlords have been hit hard by changes introduced by the current government
Rough wooing – an update
The new Electronic Communications Code attempted to facilitate better mobile ‘phone reception and broadband coverage – and what rural business wouldn’t want that. So why is it causing such angst?
Challenges to wills by relations being ‘disinherited’ by someone for whom they have worked or cared are not uncommon.
DEFRA publishes long-awaited Agriculture Bill
Brexit is, quite understandably, a white-hot topic at present. The political shenanigans on both sides have become predictably tedious, but we’ve now finally had …
What lies beneath – a cautionary tale
Do you know what really lies beneath your feet? Mines and minerals expert David Towns has some advice on avoiding issues that could be …