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Traffic Commissioner and DVSA | Loss of Repute | Kangs Solicitors

In a previous article posted to this site we outlined two important requirements for anyone wishing to obtain an Operating Licence and the contents of Regulation (EC) 1071/2009 which defines the position of a Transport Manager. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency...

Police Bail | Time For Reform? | Kangs Criminal Defence Solicitors

The Times newspaper has recently reported that, according to Home Office sources, Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, plans to announce reforms to the extent that suspects of criminal activity can be bailed for a period of up to ninety days where deemed ‘necessary and...

Alteration of Personal Data | Kangs ICO Investigations Solicitors

In our previous article entitled ‘Re-identification of De-identified Personal Data’, we explained the nature of the Information Commissioner’s Office (‘ICO’) and powers arising under the Data Protection Act 2018 (‘the Act’). Our last article focused upon Section 171...

VAT Fraud | ‘Input Tax’ Denial | Kangs VAT Fraud Defence Solicitors

By virtue of section 69C VAT Act 1994 (‘the Act’), HMRC is empowered to refuse any claim for the allowance of ‘input tax’ in any situation where it believes that the amount claimed arises or may arise from any transaction, or series of transactions, where a fraud...

IR35 | Trading Contracts | Kangs Tax Offences Defence Solicitors

In our previous article posted to this site on entitled ‘IR35|Rule Changes’, we explained the nature of the changes to the IR35 rules.   With these forthcoming changes coming into force on 6 April 2021, in order to ensure compliance, a close examination of all...

IR35 | Rule Changes | Kangs Tax Offences Defence Solicitors

In a previous article posted to this site entitled ‘IR35 | Off Payroll Working Rules’ we explained the nature of ‘off payroll working’ within UK tax legislation designed to prevent tax avoidance by workers supplying their services to clients through an intermediary....

Compliance Orders | Confiscation Proceedings | Kangs POCA Solicitors

In various articles posted to this site we have explained various aspects of the operation of Confiscation Proceedings arising under the Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002 (‘POCA’) and the range of technical issues that frequently arise. A selection of previous articles can...

The Traffic Commissioner & DVSA | Kangs Solicitors

In an article, similarly entitled to this one, posted to this site, we explained the responsibilities of the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (‘DVSA’) and focused upon the requirements of Section 13 of the Goods Vehicle (Licensing of Operators) Act 1995 to be...

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