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Supreme Court: unconnected floors in office building were separate units for ratings purposes

The Lands Chamber was wrong to find that two unconnected floors in a London office building should be treated as a single 'hereditament' for the purpose of calculating business rates liability, the UK's highest court has ruled. 03 Aug 2015

Ban on non-EU corporate ownership of Scottish land dropped from final land reform legislation

Controversial proposals that would have prevented companies, trusts and partnerships from owning land in Scotland unless they were registered within the EU have been dropped from a package of land reform measures proposed by the Scottish government. 24 Jun 2015

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Pool Re confirms upcoming changes to its UK terrorism risk reinsurance programme

Changes to Pool Re, the UK’s government-backed terrorist risk reinsurance scheme, will make it  “more reflective of the underlying risk” given the changing nature of terrorist attacks, and will come into force on 1 October it has confirmed. 19 May 2015

Germany-France cross border real estate transactions may need to be restructured, say experts

Cross border transactions involving German entities investing in French real estate may need to be restructured as a result of proposed changes to the France/Germany double tax treaty, according to two experts. 16 Apr 2015

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