11 décembre 2019
Welcome to the December 2019 update from Taylor Wessing's Residential and Agricultural Property group.
Ann Folan and Lisa Bevan consider the potential implications of a recent government consultation on EV charging points in residential and non-residential buildings.
Clare Harman Clark discusses the possible implications of new electrical safety standards ushered in after the Secretary of State was granted statutory powers to make these regulations at the end of October.
Lisa Bevan comments on a recent Court of Appeal ruling which confirms that, for the purposes of principal private residence relief from capital gains tax, the period of ownership is treated as running from the date of completion of the purchase of the property until completion of the sale.
Luke Callaghan outlines the three ways a developer can approach the problem of being unable to clearly identify the benefitting land.
Stephen Burke provides an update on the latest development in the Sequent Nominees Ltd (formerly Rotrust Nominees Ltd) v Hautford Ltd  UKSC 47 case.