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Non-Resident Capital Gains Tax on United Kingdom Real Estate: A New Regime
The legislation encompassing the new regime for taxing non-residents' gains on the United Kingdom
UK
24 Jul 2019
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Technology In The Construction Industry
Over the years, technology has premature and revolutionized almost significant aspects of our day to day lives. It has established itself as the cornerstone of the prominent
United Arab Emirates
5 Jul 2019
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Overview: Lease Regulations In The United Arab Emirates
Tenancy law is a fundamental regulatory framework that systemizes the relationship between tenants and owners. It defines the obligations, risks, and procedural requirements to deal with disputes.
United Arab Emirates
10 Jun 2019
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Capital Gains On Sale Of Property: United Kingdom
For more clarity, if you are selling an asset, the sale value will generally be the sale price of that asset,
UK
21 May 2019
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Expats Are Now Allowed To Register Free Hold Units In Abu Dhabi
In April, Abu Dhabi made an initiative to enable foreigners to own property and land which fall in investment area based on freehold.
United Arab Emirates
15 May 2019
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Abu Dhabi Real Estate Sector Regulation Amendments
Real estate is a serious and considerably substantial part of the UAE's economy, and while it is not the biggest, it is certainly up there
United Arab Emirates
3 May 2019
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UK Tenancy Regulation Amendment For Eviction
Renting property is a crucial and important part of a considerable number of people's lives. In the UK, just under 40% of people rent at this point in time, though only around 20% rent privately.
UK
1 May 2019
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Sharjah Rental And Lease Law
As I turned on the radio and drove to the office this morning the first news item I heard was about the 1% dip in rentals in Dubai this quarter.
United Arab Emirates
26 Apr 2019
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Abu Dhabi Regulation On Subletting And Overcrowding
Living in the UAE is a story of two halves. On the one hand, there is the high life which is known around the world.
United Arab Emirates
17 Apr 2019
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Wales To Introduce Regulation Banning Fees From Landlords
Rent is a critical part of many people's lives. It is one of the most significant monthly expenditures, and while the UK has a decent proportion ...
UK
9 Apr 2019
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The International Treaty On Plant Genetic Resources For Food And Agriculture
Three intricately related concepts: climate change, biodiversity, and food security have become a central discussion amongst international political bodies over the last three decades
United Arab Emirates
9 Apr 2019
12
Differences Between EPC And Design-Build Delivery- English Law Compared With GCC
Any manufacturing company primarily delves on the basics of production efficiency, innovation, cost management and time to market which are the critical factors ...
United Arab Emirates
5 Apr 2019
13
Establishment Of Abu Dhabi Agricultural And Food Safety Authority
Agriculture and food are among the most critical areas that a nation must manage.
United Arab Emirates
4 Apr 2019
14
Kuwait Real Estate Regulatory Law To Be Issued
Kuwait has become a global hub for business, attracting many from abroad, both people with industrious intentions as well as a large number of people visiting as tourists.
Kuwait
28 Mar 2019
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UK Tenants Soon Able To Take Landlord To Court For Lack Of Maintenance
Property rental in the UK is a growing area with around 20% of people renting a house.
United Arab Emirates
15 Feb 2019
16
Difference Between Leasing And Licensing In Global Context
In the United Arab Emirates, there are stringent requirements for leasing… if only there was another way.
United Arab Emirates
21 Jan 2019
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Protection Of Plant Varieties
Protection of plant variety is vital for the development of a nation since it provides for sustainability and the growth of the region.
United Arab Emirates
17 Jan 2019
18
Extensive Guide On Employment Law In Saudi Arabia
The basis of Saudi Arabia's employment legislative framework is on two pillars. The first pillar is the Royal Decree number M/51 23 Sha'ban 1426/27 September 2005
United Arab Emirates
17 Jan 2019
19
"Pay When Paid And Pay If Paid"- UAE Perspective
The subcontractors play a vital role in the construction industry as the sub-contracting work represents a significant portion of the construction projects.
United Arab Emirates
4 Jan 2019
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Expat Women Cannot Own Property In Kuwait.
One of the reasons for the development of the Middle East economy includes the participation of the expats in the region.
United Arab Emirates
7 Dec 2018
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