Living near a local supermarket can push up your property’s value by £21,500 compared to homes in nearby areas without a supermarket chain.
from Latest blog entries https://www.adamslaw.co.uk/new/residential-conveyancing/proximity-supermarket-adds-value.html
Businesses across Europe are reporting a fall in bad debt losses, according to a new report from credit management firm Intrum.
from Latest blog entries https://www.adamslaw.co.uk/new/company-and-commercial-law/fall-bad-debt-losses.html
There are now 3.1 million Last Time Buyer households in the UK, who between them own £938bn of UK housing stock, rising to the £1 trillion mark this year, new research has revealed.
from Latest blog entries https://www.adamslaw.co.uk/new/residential-conveyancing/more-age-specific-housing.html
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has published a call for evidence and an on-line survey to gather information about people’s experience and perceptions of Inheritance Tax.
from Latest blog entries https://www.adamslaw.co.uk/new/wills-and-probate/call-evidence-inheritance-tax.html
A lack of available funding has resulted in at least one missed business opportunity for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK in the past 12 months.
from Latest blog entries https://www.adamslaw.co.uk/new/company-and-commercial-law/lack-funding-missed-business-opportunities.html
In an interesting case from Wales, a judge in Cardiff’s High Court has taken the unusual step of overturning a deceased man’s will to award property and some money to his long-term partner, reports the Daily Mail.
from Latest blog entries https://www.adamslaw.co.uk/new/wills-and-probate/disinherited-partner-share-estate.html