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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

'Clouds on the horizon' for real estate tax, says expert

The outcome of the General Election should not result in significant change for the property industry, but the new diverted profits tax and possible future restrictions on interest deductibility represent "a few clouds on the horizon" for property tax, an... 13 Mar 2015

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French real estate holdings through Luxembourg vehicles may need to be revisited, says expert

Structures for  investments from overseas investors in French real estate that involve Luxembourg vehicles may need to be restructured if an expected change to the double tax treaty between France and Luxembourg takes effect, an expert has said. 09 Mar 2015

Scottish land reforms could prevent non-EU registered companies and trusts from owning land

Companies, trusts and partnerships would not be able to own land in Scotland unless they were registered within the EU, under plans put forward by the Scottish government. 05 Dec 2014

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