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Autumn Budget 2017 – What does the Stamp Duty change mean?

Following the announcement in the Autumn Budget released yesterday, Stamp Duty will now be abolished immediately for first-time buyers purchasing a home with a value up to £300,000.First-time buyers will be able to claim relief so no tax is paid up to £300,000; and 5% on the portion from £300,001 to £500,000.However, if the price…


Chancellor urged to axe Stamp Duty in forthcoming Budget

Chancellor urged to axe Stamp Duty in forthcoming Budget   A recent report from the Adam Smith Institute suggests that Stamp Duty is the most ‘damaging’ tax Britain has, and abolishing it should be top of the Chancellor’s agenda.  It is evident that homeowners have been charged Stamp Duty at rapidly increasing rates over the…


What is Resolution, and what does it mean for our clients?

You may have noticed that a logo for Resolution recently popped up on our new website, but what does it mean for you as a client? Resolution is a group of solicitors who like to do things differently. Formerly known as the Solicitors Family Law Association (SFLA), Resolution is an organisation of over 6,500 lawyers…


Too much of a good thing?

For Claimants that have suffered a significant injury that impacts greatly on their lives and future, as well as receiving damages for their injury suffered, you also look at the financial losses which can be past, present and future. To deal with past and present losses, it is a simple task of obtaining evidence i.e…


Turbulence in Holiday Sickness Claims

Holiday Sickness cases are a highly discussed topic at present as we are seeing more tactics from the tour operators in order to delay admitting liability and/or investigating the case to avoid paying damages to Claimants that have suffered significant sickness and injury. In the recent case of Linda Lavery & Leslie Lavery v TUI…


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