Landed estates

Landed estates guidance:

Where agricultural land is an investment asset for trustees, they should have an understanding of the main factors affecting its performance. There are many factors that...

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Letting of agricultural land Agricultural tenancies The Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 (ATA 1995) introduced farm business tenancies (FBTs) to replace the old-style...

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Agricultural property relief (APR) was provided for from the outset when capital transfer tax was introduced by the Finance Act 1975. The nature of the relief has changed...

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Business property relief (BPR) is an important relief for inheritance tax (IHT) purposes. The relief applies both to individuals and to trusts that hold qualifying...

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Woodlands may attract one of three different types of relief from inheritance tax (IHT) depending on the nature of the land and timber operations: • agricultural property...

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With the current generic challenges by HMRC to inheritance tax (IHT) relief claims on landed estates and the Agriculture Bill, much care needs to be taken with regard to...

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Manorial rights are relics of the feudal system of land tenure. They continue to exist in relation to land that: • is former copyhold land, or • was inclosed pursuant to...

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What is a strict settlement? A strict settlement is a settlement of land falling under the Settled Land Act 1925 (SLA 1925). Some strict settlements are in an elaborate...

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A landed estate typically consists of a holding of some hundreds or even thousands of acres of land, held by or for a family over the generations. Within that there is...

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