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Third Party Application Fees Amended
Written by Mark Barrett
16th December, 2009
Please find below a message from the Dispute Resolution Services informing members of the change to the RICS third party application fee; Change of Rate in VAT As you will be aware the temporary reduction in VAT in the UK is due to end on 31 December 2009 and will revert back to 17.5% on the 1 January 2010. The fee for a rent review application will be 361(inclusive of VAT). Application forms can be downloaded from: www.rics.org/drs
RICS Advocasy Training
Written by Dispute Resolution Service
11th March, 2009
Following the implementation of the Practice Statement for Surveyors Acting as Advocates on 1st January 2009 the RICS recognised that there was a need to provide advocacy training for its members. Accordingly, training courses are being held on the following date; 26th & 27th March 2009 - London 6th & 7th May 2009 - Coventry 24th & 25th September 2009 - London 21st & 22nd October 2009 - Coventry For additional information on costs and details of the training, please contact Raj Sohal at the DRS,e: [email protected] Tel: 0207 695 1714
R&R Club Email Message
Written by Mark Barrett
17th November, 2008
It has been brought to our attention that members are receiving emails claiming they have a private message sent via the R&R Club website. We can confirm that this email has not been generated from the committee and as such we cannot vouch for its content. We therefore recommend you do not open any attachment or click on any links in the email. Emails regarding the website will be from either myself or other committee members.
CPR 36 Offer
Written by Estate Gazette
19th April, 2008
A CPR 36 offer may not be the most suitable course of action in lease renewal (Full article on page 167 EG - 19th April 2008).
Practice and law: Not a true reflection
Written by EGI
9th July, 2007
Rent review valuations following Marklands v Virgin Retail may not reflect market practice, but, argue William Densham and Martin Durgan, the law should not distort market reality. Full story in EG (7/7/2007) or EGI.