Any parties who have previously used the loophole of enveloping high value residential property by placing it in companies and selling the shares of the company should be aware of the new tax changes and the annual charges that will apply. Even if it has already been carried out, significant annual charges are proposed.
For full property advice and SDLT advice, please contact Chris Tymanowski on 01792 450010.
We have recently been asked to draft documents and contracts for service companies to ensure that they do not fall foul of the Inland Revenue Rules with regard PAYEE and workers. The contract can provide the main source of protection and there are other matters that can assist.
For full advice on service companies, please contact Peter Lynn on 01792 450010.
We are finding that there are still many partnerships operating informally without formal written agreements and are trusting to luck of the historic Partnership Act. The lack of provision for exiting partner or covering such issues as ill health, lack of performance, bankruptcy and related matters, are exposing firms and partners to extreme risk.
For full partnership advice, please contact Peter Lynn on 01792 450010.
According to a leading charity, discrimination claims brought by deaf people has climbed over 37.5% in the last quarter alone. We at Peter Lynn & Partners have particular sensitivity towards the needs of the deaf and have very close connections to such charities.
If any disabled person feels that they are suffering discrimination in work or in training or related services, please contact Stuart Atherton on 01792 450010.
Solicitors for claimants in personal injury claims are very concerned about the government’s proposed new rules for personal injury. Peter Lynn & Partners are keeping a watching brief on this but hope that the government keep things simple on the question of costs. If anyone has any concerns or has suffered an accident that was not their fault, please contact Richard Howe on 01792 450010.
Stuart Atherton of Peter Lynn and Partners representing a former charity worker has said she has won her case for sexual harassment against her former boss. Sylwia Bobrowska worked for the All Wales Ethnic Minority Association.
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Two of Glamorgan’s finest cricketers returned to St Helen’s this week to support The St Helen’s Balconiers; a foundation born of a cricketing pedigree in 1972 to help raise money for players in their benefit year. Since then it has grown into a thriving society that has supported the County and its players for four decades.
Don Shepherd a bowler of “off cutters” and one of the great county bowlers; he took more first-class wickets, (2,218) than any other player who never played Test cricket. Don was joined by Robert Croft former England & Glamorgan record holder for first-class wickets….