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Those running historic buildings and heritage sites no doubt wish for the widest possible cross-section of the general public to visit and enjoy their properties. However, with the government reporting that 14 million people in the UK have some sort of disability, it's essential to consider making reasonable adjustments for visitors with disabilities.
With rising property prices forcing more estates to be caught by inheritance tax payments, Jamie Huard takes a brief look at some of the issues that often arise with a gift of property in a will.
There is a fiddly question for charities left property legacies of whether the Charities Act 2011 applies to a disposal by executors of property that has been appropriated to a charity.
The Law Commission has published its much anticipated report on technical aspects of charity law including a fundamental review of the charity property law provisions and has proposed modernisation that will save the sector up to £2.8 million per annum.
Last week’s Supreme Court decision in Newbigin (VO) v S J & J Monk is being heralded as some much needed good news for property developers.