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21/12/2018

The UK Government has just announced the details of its proposed immigration system after Brexit. This Q&A aims to address employers’ concerns about their workforce and what, if anything, they need to do.

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Led by Partner Rupert Thomas, Gordon Dadds’ Cardiff commercial real estate team acted for longstanding client Bevan Holdings Limited in the sale of Chapel 1877 to The City Pub Company as a going concern.

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06/12/2018

Gordon Dadds has advised on the sale of shares of the Electoral Reform Services Limited to Civica UK Limited, part of the Civica Group. Electoral Reform Services with its subsidiaries comprises the ERS Group, the UK’s market-leading provider of software and services for election management, membership engagement, democracy and governance systems. Electoral Reform Services is the foremost provider of end-to-end ballot, election and voting services, having originally grown out of the Electoral Reform Society which was established in 1884.

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30/11/2018

The UK government recently announced that it will increase the cost of applying for probate (the process by which the estate of a deceased person is administered) from the current, fixed figure of £155 up to an eye watering £6,000.

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26/11/2018

In the recent case of HMRC v Higgins (2018 UKUT 280) the Upper Tax Tribunal ruled that “off plan” property purchasers will not be able to claim the traditional relief from capital gains tax (CGT) for the period prior to them moving into their new properties.

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23/11/2018

When considering succession planning individuals increasingly prefer family investment companies (FICs) to the more traditional trust structure. The rise in the popularity of FICs for long-term wealth management is due to continuing favourable levels of UK corporation tax while trusts are increasingly taxed and regulated.

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02/11/2018

What are intercreditor agreements?

Intercreditor agreements govern the relationship between the various lenders with exposure to a borrower group. They are often heavily negotiated documents, especially as between the senior and mezzanine lenders. Although borrowers will usually be less involved in such negotiations (given that it concerns the rights and obligations that apply as between competing lenders), borrowers will want to ensure that they do not assume any obligations beyond those that they have agreed to assume under the senior and mezzanine finance documents.

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We are delighted to announce Gordon Dadds has been recognised in Chambers and Partners UK 2019.

Firm News

30/10/2018

Once again we are celebrating the inclusion of Gordon Dadds in The Legal 500, the guide to law firms in the UK.

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