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There is a new one off tax. It will be £20,000 for Millionaires, or £4,000 for “Middle England”.
The new tax is disguised as a court fee which is payable when you die, and may also affect the estates of those who have recently died. An Inheritance Tax increase by any other name?
01here), the Department for Work Pensions (“DWP”) has published its green paper on ‘Security and Sustainability in Defined Benefit Pension Schemes’.
Can Adjudication Costs Now Be Recovered By Way Of The Late Payment Of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 As Amended By The Late Payment Of Commercial Debts Regulations 2013?The position for the last few years after the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration 1996 Act was amended was no. The intention of Parliament was to reinforce the fact that each party to adjudication would have to stand its own costs of the adjudication unless otherwise agreed. i.e. The awarding of costs (apart from his/her own costs) would be outside of the adjudicator’s jurisdiction unless both parties agreed to that jurisdiction.