Land Value Capture – not quite there (Richard Harwood OBE QC)

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Land Value Capture – not quite there (Richard Harwood OBE QC)


The Housing, Communities and Local Government has just published its report on Land Value Capture.  It makes welcome comments on planning, viability assessment and strategic infrastructure tariffs.  It does though… Read more »

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Land value capture: a new consensus – Richard Harwood OBE QC


A new consensus appears to be forming around land value capture, which emphasises the effective working of the planning system. A coalition of interest groups and policy bodies wrote to… Read more »

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Stephanie David rounds up key developments in Mental Capacity Law (Law Society Gazette)


In this article for the Law Society Gazette, Stephanie David rounds up the key developments in mental capacity law over the past eight months, including the retrospective approval of gifts… Read more »

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Aiding the Enemy: How and why to restore the law of treason (Policy Exchange)


A new paper from Policy Exchange, ‘Aiding the Enemy: How and why to restore the law of treason’, argues that the UK urgently needs a new definition of treason that will… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Patrick Hennessey Date

Bringing it home? (John Pugh-Smith and Katharine Scott) – Local Government Lawyer


John Pugh-Smith and Katie Scott consider conflict management and resolution, and analyse alternatives to litigation for local government. This Article is based on our joint paper originally presented at the… Read more »

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Commercial purpose: a new standard in EU law? (Tax Journal) Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho


The CJEU in Hornbach-Baumarkt (Case C-382/16) considers the principle of proportionality in cases where the taxpayer’s arrangements are not on arm’s length terms, but there is nonetheless a commercial reason… Read more »

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Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho comments on International Tax Review’s “European Court’s Hornbach-Baumarkt ruling gives clarity on arm’s-length principle” – C-382/16


“Taxpayers will be able to argue more effectively against transfer pricing readjustments following a key ruling on the arm’s-length principle in the Hornbach-Baumarkt case (C-382/16). The ECJ ruled that member… Read more »

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Allowing music to be played on your premises and the risk of copyright infringement – Stephanie David (Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog)


In Phonographic Performance v Abimbola Balogun t/a Mama Africa, Miss Penelope Reed QC (sitting in the High Court) determined the defendant’s appeal of Master Price’s refusal to set aside a… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Stephanie David Date

Public will pay for divorcing VAT from Europe, Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho writes in The Times


Turbulence is one of the largest contributors to tax revenues and extra accounting burdens are all but inevitable, write Kelly Stricklin-Countinho and Nicola Shaw QC in today’s The Times ‘The… Read more »

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Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho comments on The Times’ “Trade war fears: Trump’s legal case for tariffs lack steel”


Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho has commented on The Times’ article on “Trade war fears: Trump’s legal case for tariffs lack steel”, which was published on the 7th June 2018. “One week into… Read more »

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