The Cabinet Office and Crown Commercial Service have provided guidance on the current procurement policy note regarding the use of the procurement process to promote tax compliance.
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Sale at auction is still a popular choice for residential investors, how can those with residential portfolios make the most of this trend?
The Court of Appeal (CA) has provided guidelines to employers on how they could avoid being accused of discrimination when dismissing employees.
Lenders will always be risk averse. But should RPs just continue to accept this position in raising additional debt?
Leaders in the sector share their experience of the CQC’s new regulation and inspection regime to date.
There is a lot to be said for a lush, mature garden offering privacy from neighbours. Purchasers may, however, get more than they bargained for where the vegetation turns out to be the invasive East Asian plant Japanese Knotweed, whilst owners face financial and legal consequences.
The UK tax implications for inward investment into UK residential real estate have undergone unprecedented change during the last couple of years. It has become even more complex with the very recent introduction of a new Capital Gains Tax charge on non-residents and an entirely new tax called Diverted Profits Tax.
Welcome to the May edition of Housing Matters.
Vijay Bange supports the recent evolution in the use of liquidated damages that makes it wise for contractors to speak to clients before making key project personnel changes.
Your senior staff are a valuable commodity and, as the economy strengthens, and job opportunities improve, you should ensure that you have protected your organisation as best you can from departing employees seeking to make inroads into your business.
With the general election fast approaching, the political parties have indicated what reforms to employment law we should expect if they win.
Welcome to the April issue of Building Interest.
Welcome to the spring 2015 edition of Housing Litigation Update
Welcome to the spring edition of Quarterly Housing Update.
Is the affordable rent regime lawful for housing associations as charitable registered providers?
Welcome to the Spring 2015 edition of Quarterly Commercial Update.
Whilst successive polls give conflicting views as to which political party/parties will form the next government, what is clear is that come the 8 May we are likely to see a number of changes ahead.
Savoye and Savoye Ltd v Spicers Ltd is back in the spotlight – this time to issue guidelines on the recoverability of the costs of enforcement proceedings. Stephanie Geesink explains.
By using lump sum design and build contracts developers can require a contractor to bear financial risk
The increasing prevalence of ethically and sustainably sourced products indicates consumer values influence supplier behaviour. Adverse media coverage of some international brands' alleged poor practices in their supply chains means citizens are realising "cheap is dear". However, is government?
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) could soon be faced with judicial reviews by social landlords over regulatory judgments, a lawyer has said.
Leisure provision is a high profile area of public sector service delivery and so negotiating an appropriate contract with the right partner is essential.
A two-pronged assault on late payments doesn't guarantee any changes argues Assad Maqbool.
Welcome to the April edition of HR Law.