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Trustees—dutiesNature of dutiesThe difference between a duty and a power is:•the performance of a duty is obligatory•powers are to a greater or lesser...
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19th May
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Liferent trusts—ScotlandLiferent trustsA liferent trust (or trust liferent) is a trust which, when settled, confers a use and income benefit, or both,...
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Produced in partnership with Peter Murrin of Turcan Connell 19th May
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Trustees—appointment of trusteesOriginal trusteesTrustees will usually be appointed by the instrument that brings the trust into existence. The trust...
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19th May
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What is an offshore trust?A trust is formed either by lifetime gift or on death when a person (the settlor) transfers assets to another person or...
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Produced in partnership with Mourant Ozannes and Carey Olsen 19th May
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Nature and classification of trusts—the three certaintiesCertaintyIn order for a settlor to create a private express trust the three certainties must...
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19th May
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Taxation of age 18–25 trusts—IHTThe special category of age 18–25 trusts was introduced by Finance Act 2006 (FA 2006) to offer some compensation for...
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Produced in partnership with Paul Davies of Clarke Willmott 19th May
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CGT—giftsA gift of an asset is a disposal for capital gains tax (CGT) purposes. It can, therefore, trigger a CGT charge on the gain deemed to have...
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Produced in partnership with Laura Poots (Barrister) of Pump Court Tax Chambers 19th May
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CGT—reliefsFORTHCOMING CHANGE: On 14 July 2020, the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) published its online survey and a call for evidence to seek...
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19th May
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Trustees—statutory powers of trusteesSource and availabilitySourcesTrustees have certain powers conferred on them by statute, in particular by the...
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19th May
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At what stage and to whom can a Deed of Appropriation take place when selling a second property in an estate?We assume you refer to the situation when...
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19th May
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Creation of trusts—blind trustsWhat is a blind trust?A blind trust is a trust that is aimed at preventing conflicts of interest arising. Usually, the...
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Produced in partnership with Michael O’Sullivan of 5 Stone Buildings 19th May
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The Cy-près doctrineFORTHCOMING CHANGE: On 22 March 2021, the government published its response  to the Law Commission’s report of 14 September 2017,...
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19th May
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Capacity to litigateOn the face of it, there would appear to be no specific impediment, if there is no reason to suppose that a person is without...
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19th May
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Trustees—power of advancementWhere a beneficiary either:•is a minor (ie under the age of 18) and unmarried or•has attained majority or has married...
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19th May
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Cayman Islands STAR trusts—common usesThis Practice Note provides guidance on Cayman Islands STAR trusts. For general information about the Cayman...
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Produced in partnership with Mourant Ozannes and Carey Olsen 19th May
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Beneficial ownership registers—private clients and trustsCORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): Certain aspects of the PSC regime are affected by temporary measures...
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19th May

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Types of contractual term in employmentAlthough employers and employees have a number of rights given to them by statute, the basic relationship...
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15th Jun
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Defined benefit pensions issues for charitiesThe charities sector in the UK is significant in size. There is a wide range of pension provision across...
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Produced in partnership with Gordons LLP and Ruth Bamforth of Walker Morris 5th Jun
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Definition of redundancyThis Practice Note examines the two different statutory definitions of 'redundancy'.The first is found in the Employment...
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5th Jun
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Wrongful dismissal and mitigationAn employee who is wrongfully dismissed is under a duty to take reasonable steps to mitigate their loss: in other...
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5th Jun
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Written statements of employment particulars—to 5 April 2020 [Archived]FORTHCOMING CHANGE: On 6 April 2020, the Employment Rights (Miscellaneous...
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5th Jun
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Continuity of employmentUPDATE: In its ‘Good Work Plan’ published in December 2018, the government has indicated that it will legislate to extend the...
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5th Jun
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Employee handbooksCertain aspects of the employment relationship have to be covered by a written statement of particulars of employment that is given...
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5th Jun
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Entitlement to claim unfair dismissalThe right not to be unfairly dismissed is a purely statutory right arising under section 94 of the Employment...
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5th Jun
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Liability of employers for the acts of their employees and othersIP COMPLETION DAY: 11pm (GMT) on 31 December 2020 marks the end of the Brexit...
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Produced in partnership with Adam Ohringer, Barrister, Cloisters 5th Jun
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VolunteersIP COMPLETION DAY: 11pm (GMT) on 31 December 2020 marks the end of the Brexit transition/implementation period entered into following the...
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5th Jun
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Termination clauses in employmentThis Practice Note provides a brief overview of various contractual provisions dealing with termination of employment...
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5th Jun
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Reason for dismissal—generalOnce it is established that a claimant has the right to bring an unfair dismissal claim—in other words, that they were an...
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5th Jun

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