Rating Law and Practice - NEW - PageSuite Edition

Editor: Gary L Watson IRRV (Hons)

Pagesuite

The Institute is poised to launch Rating Law and Practice on the PageSuite platform, making it accessible via your internet browser. An App is also under development to make the publication accessible for mobile devices. Immediate advantages of switching to the PageSuite platform are that the publication can be kept fully up-to-date in real-time, instead of once a year, as was previously the case. Features and improvements also include:

  • Updated in real-time
  • Hyperlinked Contents pages
  • Hyperlinked Table of Cases reference pages
  • Fully searchable for both single words and phrases (with use of quotation marks)
  • Printable pages
  • App launch to make the publications accessible on all mobile devices
  • Your own account and profile with personalised password of choice
  • Editable bookmarks feature linked to your profile
  • Links to social media from you PageSuite account
  • User publications will be held in one bookshelf, making them easier to access and cross reference

It is important to note that there will also be an option to print the publication directly from PageSuite.

 

Rating Law and Practice

Rating Law and Practice is an authoritative and essential guide for practitioners working in (or simply have an interest in) Non-Domestic Rates. It is has been written to make the legislation easier to understand and explain the relevance of case law. The Chapters (which are supported by the relevant legislation and case law) within the publication are:

  • Chapter 1: Administration of Non-Domestic Rates
  • Chapter 2: Rating Lists
  • Chapter 3: Payment of Interest
  • Chapter 4: Exemptions
  • Chapter 5: Occupied Rate
  • Chapter 6: Unoccupied Rate
  • Chapter 7: Transition
  • Chapter 8: Small Bussiness Relief
  • Chapter 9: Mandatory and Discretionary Relief
  • Chapter 10: Part Occupied Hereditaments
  • Chapter 11: Hardship Relief
  • Chapter 12: Billing and Collection
  • Chapter 13: Enforcement
  • Chapter 14: Insolvency and Debt Administration

 

Subscriptions and Fees

Subscriptions are on an Annual basis (i.e. from the date of purchase for the following 364 days). When your subscription comes to an end, you will again be able to gain access to the publication by resubscribing. The fee for accessing each publication for a one-year period will be £145.00 plus VAT. This will purchase one account with one set of user log-in details. If you would like access for more staff, additional accounts can be purchased for £15.00 plus VAT per user. If ordering more than 1 user account, please send the email addresses for the extra accounts to publications@irrv.org.uk. A total of 5 user accouts can be ordered per customer via this website. Should you require more users to be set up, please get in contact with the publications team at publications@irrv.org.uk or call on 020 7691 8975.


PricePrices shown net

Council Tax Law and Practice - Pagesuite Edition - 1 User Account £145.00
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Council Tax Law and Practice - Pagesuite Edition - 2 User Accounts  £160.00
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Council Tax Law and Practice - Pagesuite Edition - 3 User Accounts  £175.00
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Council Tax Law and Practice - Pagesuite Edition - 4 User Account  £190.00
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Council Tax Law and Practice - Pagesuite Edition - 5 User Account  £205.00
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