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Claphams Solicitors is located in Clarkston, Glasgow and specialise in Family Law, Conveyancing, Power of Attorney, Wills & Estates, Road Traffic Accidents, Personal Injury Claims and Civil Litigation. Stay up to date with the latest legal news through this blog. 
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Land and Building Transaction Tax – Three Yearly Returns

It has been almost three years since Land and Buildings Transactions Tax or LBTT replaced Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in Scotland in April 2015. The tax is payable on the chargeable interest in the property so is payable on both purchases of properties and leases of commercial properties.

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Research Reveals Substantial Inheritance Expectations

New research by Canada Life has found that as many as one in 25 people in the UK have inheritance expectations amounting to at least £1 million. For one in 50 people, these expectations exceed £5 million. 

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Research Reveals the UK’s Most Valuable Residential Property Markets

New research by property website Zoopla has revealed the total value of residential property in Britain’s top ten largest cities. 

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Scotland Sees Further House Price Increases

The average price of a residential property in Scotland reached £145,992 in November 2017, according to the latest UK House Price Index. This is a rise of 3.6% compared to November last year, and an increase of 1.1% compared to the previous month. 

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Estate Planning and Digital Assets

People are increasingly living their lives online and the question of how someone’s digital assets and accounts should be handled after their death has become the subject of some debate. 

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