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  • Real estate M&A; wat zijn de fiscale aspecten? Accès restreint


    Envoyé: 21 June 2018

    Op 20 juni vond het seminar plaats over de fiscale aspecten van real estate M&A, hieronder kunt u de sheets downloaden.

  • Supreme Court upholds application of SDLT GAAR


    Envoyé: 15 June 2018

    The Supreme Court has given a wide reading to the application of the SDLT general anti-avoidance provision in Finance Act 2003 s.75A.

  • VAT reverse charge for construction services


    Envoyé: 12 June 2018

    The Government has released draft legislation for the implementation of a VAT reverse charge on supplies of construction services.

  • Noticing the detail


    Envoyé: 01 June 2018

    A tenant’s notice to terminate an agreement for lease was held to be invalid as it had not been served on the tenant’s guarantor.

  • Real Estate monthly digest - May 2018


    Envoyé: 31 May 2018

    Our monthly digest summarises recent developments in the Real Estate sector.

  • Supreme Court enforces No Oral Modification clause

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 21 May 2018

    In this blog post we consider the recent Supreme Court decision on a clause preventing oral variations to a contract.

  • Breakfast briefing: De-risking development finance Accès restreint


    Envoyé: 15 May 2018

    Of interest to lenders, borrowers and professional advisors involved in development schemes, this session identifies some of the key risk areas for the parties involved in development finance and discusses measures which can be put in place to reduce and manage exposure.

  • “Negotiation damages”: The Morris-Garner decision


    Envoyé: 11 May 2018

    The Supreme Court has clarified the circumstances in which "negotiation damages", formerly known as "Wrotham Park" damages, will be available.

  • PPPs (Public Private Partnerships): light at the end of the tunnel?


    Envoyé: 10 May 2018

    A recently attended briefing by both the Government side and the private sector side gave a surprisingly positive picture for PPPs in the near future.

  • Real estate investing: bricks or shares?


    Envoyé: 10 May 2018

    Investors have several ways to invest in real estate in the Netherlands: either directly in brick and mortar or through a share structure. A choice which is determined by the type of investment and one which will have consequences on the handling, financing and closing of a real estate transaction. We discuss possibilities and developments with you.

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