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Hong Kong law firms could be allowed to set up LLPs from next year

Law firms operating in Hong Kong could be allowed to establish limited liability partnerships (LLPs) from next year after long awaited legal changes take effect. 12 Nov 2013

Revisions to compensating adjustment rule change "more logical", says expert

Revisions to the way in which the Government intends to prevent taxpayers from using 'compensating adjustments' to reduce their tax bills are more logical and less likely to lead to those who lend to their companies being double taxed, an expert has said.... 29 Oct 2013

Danny Alexander pledges to crack down on use of transfer pricing adjustments as "tax loopholes"

The Government is to change the law surrounding when individuals connected with a company can use transfer pricing 'compensating adjustments' rules to reduce their tax bills, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury has announced. 19 Sep 2013

Formal assignation required before new partners can become liable under a lease, court finds

The right to occupy property under a lease in Scotland. does not automatically transfer to new parties to a partnership agreement, even if the lease contains a provision allowing it to be assigned without the landlord's consent, a court has ruled. 03 Aug 2012

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