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Senior Associate Fiona Poole shares her views on various government consultations in the Solicitor's Journal

Fiona looks at the government's definition of ‘resident’, residential property transactions and capital gains tax, and asks how struggling practitioners can best advise clients.

Click here to read the article, which was first published by the Solicitors Journal on 23 October 2012, and is reproduced with their kind permission.

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