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USA: What issues should landowners consider before entering into mineral leases and similar agreements?

2nd May 2018

The Austin Chalk Play stretches across the State of Louisiana. Oil and gas companies are now descending on Louisiana to lease acreage to exploit the Austin Chalk. Today, hundreds of thousands of acres in Louisiana alone have been leased. Many of our clients have been approached about Oil, Gas & Mineral Leases, Options to Lease, and Mineral Lease Agreements. As a Louisiana landowner or mineral rights owner, what should you look for when you are approached to lease your land to explore for minerals (usually oil and gas)? Eddie Hughes, partner at MSI's Louisiana law member Taylor Porter provides further insight.

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Isle of Man and e-Gaming: Supporting e-Gaming companies to relocate

2nd May 2018

The Isle of Man has been attracting e-Gaming companies to set up their business on island for almost 20 years. This initiative was based on the need to develop and diversify the island’s economy and to build on the very successful finance sector. The Isle of Man Government and the private sector have spent time and energy to create a ‘fit for purpose’ regulatory framework for e-Gaming companies to establish and thrive within the island’s economy. MSI's member firm Dixcart Management (IOM) Limited provides further information.

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Understanding Benami Law in India

2nd May 2018

Benami Law law regulates illegal property holdings in India and mandates strict action against the fictitious property holders. Jugal Gala from MSI’s Indian accounting member DVS Advisors LLP (Chennai) provides an introduction to the law and how it affects your investment.

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UK: Residential Property disposals – CGT to be paid within 30 days

2nd May 2018

From April 2020, all individuals and trustees must make payment of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on the disposal of residential property (UK or overseas) within 30 days of completion, rather than the 31 January following the end of the tax year in which the disposal is made. Katharine Arthur from MSI's UK accounting member haysmacintyre explains further.

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