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As stated in a recent online article for a national newspaper ‘Statistics show that two thirds of cohabiting couples in England believe that they have automatic rights or the same rights as married couples/couples in a Civil Partnership, simply by virtue of the fact they live together. ’ ‘The Office for National Statistics holds that there are 3.3 million cohabiting couples in the UK at present and this number is set to rise to 6 million by 2032. ’ Unlike some other parts of the world, it is simply not true that cohabitees in England (whatever the duration of their cohabitation and regardless of whether they have children) acquire or have the same rights (for themselves) as married/civil partnership couples.
On 1 February 2018, the International Business Structuring Association (IBSA) held a panel discussion on the current and future uses of blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings (“ICOs”), hosted at the offices of global law firm Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP.
Following a reform as per 1 January 2018 of Dutch tax law, dividend withholding tax (DWT) should now also be charged on profit distributions by holding cooperatives, but it also favorably extends an existing DWT exemption for qualifying recipients.
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