SDLT Breakfast Seminar For Conveyancers - Plymouth
This seminar is now fully booked. However, due to the level of interest we have added a second date to accommodate the extra demand. Click HERE to go to the alternative date
Organised by X-Press Legal Services
Presented by Robert Bailey of Bishop Fleming
Monday 28th October 2019, 08:00 to 10:00
As part of The Cornwall Festival of Business, X-Press Legal Services and Bishop Fleming are running a free SDLT Breakfast Seminar for Conveyancers.
Date: Monday 28/10/2019
Location: Bishop Fleming Offices, Chy Nyverow, Newham Road, Truro, TR1 2DP
PLEASE NOTE: There is no parking available at the venue but Garras Wharf Car Park is a 5 minute walk. Details will be sent with your booking confirmation.
A light breakfast will be served from 08:00.
Email your name and company to James on firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited so book now to get those SDLT questions answered.
Bishop Fleming’s lead SDLT specialist, Robert Bailey, will run through those matters most commonly raised with Bishop Flemings tax teams and which are clearly causing most difficulty for those preparing SDLT returns, including:
1. The rate of tax
- Is it residential, non-residential or mixed property?
- Fit for occupation? Does the Bewley case change the law?
- How big can garden and grounds be? 0.5 hectare, 7 acres or even 65 acres?
- What is the relevance of the buyer’s intentions for the property?
- Does the 3% surcharge apply? – counting dwellings, annexes and conditions for relief
- Enveloped property and the 15% flat rate – the commonest current cause of SDLT related negligence claims against solicitors
2. Multiple Dwellings Relief (MDR)
- Applying MDR to mixed property
- The interaction with the 3% surcharge
3. Dealing with HMRC enquiries
- Can you rely on what HMRC say?
- Anti-avoidance - the fall-out from the Project Blue case and s75A
The presentation will be a brief summary of the risks, issues and opportunities but Robert will take questions on any SDLT matters and will be available to discuss specific matters in more detail afterwards.
If you have any questions please email James Ferguson on email@example.com or phone 0772 500 3809