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Paul Farey (AECOM) considers the impact of the Upper Tribunal’s ruling in the Gunfleet Sands case.
Property transactions not taxable and PPR available.
Recent cases have diverged on the question of whether HMRC must establish that carelessness caused a loss of tax, writes Ben Blades (Gray’s Inn Tax Chambers).
Matthew Greene and Anastasia Nourescu (Stewarts) explain what the rule 18 lead case procedure is, review recent case law clarifying its scope and set out a few practical tips for advisers.
Two victories for HMRC over claims for SDLT relief and another couple of wins in relation to discovery assessments, are among the developments reviewed by Edward Reed and Hriday Munim (Macfarlanes). 
Can it really be right that the taxability (or not) of a receipt can be determined by the partnership, with the recipient partner having no right to object? David Whiscombe (David Whiscombe LLP) discusses a tribunal decision that considered for the first time the scope of TMA 1970 s 12ABZB.
Oliver Marre (5 Stone Buildings) considers two ways in which decisions of the FTT can influence the results of later cases.
Sophie Rhind (Macfarlanes) reports on the game changing amendment to rule 24 of the Upper Tribunal rules.
A 20 questions guide, by Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi (RPC).
Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi (RPC) examine the tribunal decision on donations made to the UK Independence Party.