News for September, 2013

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September 30, 2013

MPs probe road plans

The Commons Transport Committee has announced an inquiry into the Government’s policy for the strategic road network.

September 26, 2013

New SI on Civil Legal Aid Comes into Force

The Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence signed into law a new statutory instrument in relation to civil legal aid.

September 25, 2013

LRC Publishes Issues Paper on Evidence

The Law Reform Commission published an issues paper of the law of evidence in August. The issues paper provides an outline of the project on which the Commission is working and to invite submissions from readers on the subject of evidence before it publishes its “Report on Evidence”. Submissions are now closed.

September 24, 2013

Financial reporting alert: Improving transparency of company ownership - government to legislate as soon as possible

Business Secretary Vince Cable has stated his intention to bring in legislative reforms before the end of the current Parliament to improve transparency of company ownership and the accountability of company directors.

September 24, 2013

Financial reporting alert: Micro-entities permitted to publish reduced financial statements

The UK’s 1.5 million micro-businesses will soon be able to prepare and publish much reduced financial statements, the government has confirmed in its response published in September to the consultation circulated by BIS on how best to implement the European Union’s ‘Micros Directive’ (2012/6/EU, now Art 36 of Dir 2013/34/EU).

September 19, 2013

Financial reporting alert: Charity Commission issues revised public benefit guidance

The Charity Commission has published its revised public benefit guidance for all charities.

September 13, 2013

CASE SUMMARY: Swinburne v Geary and anor

Judgment delivered by Mac Eochaidh J on 19 August 2013, 2013 [IEHC] 412   Interlocutory injunction – trespass – receiver of property – sale of property – best price – serious issue – damages adequate remedy – balance of convenience.

September 12, 2013

Specialist planning court proposed

A specialist planning court has been proposed by Justice Secretary Chris Grayling to help ensure major development projects no longer get bogged down in unnecessary legal delay.

September 10, 2013

TAXtv September episode now available

September's episode of TAXtv contains discussion of the new simplified expenses, changes to pensions, HMRC's latest amnesty and announcements and five cases including a reminder of some fundamental loss relief and employment tax rules. Tim also offers a tip to help avoid one of the potential issues raised by the new income tax relief capping rules.

September 9, 2013

One Month in a Minute: August 2013

Sarah Laing CTA summarizes recent developments in UK tax.

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