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UK government drops plan to raise probate fees

Published on Friday 21st of April 2017 08:17:01 AM in Guardian

The government has dropped plans to sharply increase probate fees before the election, raising the possibility that the proposals could be dropped altogether.The controversial Ministry of Justice scheme to raise £300m a year extra on the fees by charging up to £20,000 for large estates was ...

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