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Old Square Tax Chambers Offices
Old Square Tax Chambers
15 OLD SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN
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Harriet is dual qualified, both as a barrister in England and an advocate in Jersey, Channel Island. She advises on and acts in litigation in relation to all aspects of personal and corporate taxes, with a particular focus on issues effecting individuals and corporate clients based in more than one jurisdiction. She also advises on resolution of disputes with HMRC through methods other than the courts. Recent cases include: Ballard v HMRC  UKFTT 087 (TC); A v RCC  SFTD 1257; Fisher v Revenue and Customs Comrs  UKFTT 335; Chappell v HMRC  UKFTT 453 (TC); Benest v Syvret (as executor of Dorothy May Benest)  JRC 079A; Countrywide Estate Agents FS Ltd v HMRC  STC 511 and Price v HMRC  UKFTT 624 (TC). Harriet is the author of the Jersey Law of Trusts, 4th edition and the Interaction of EU Treaty Freedoms and the UK Direct Tax Code (with Rory Mullan). She is a former author of Taxation of Charities. She also contributes to CCH Tax Planning, Tolley’s Property Taxation and Tolley’s Tax Planning.
Called to the English Bar 2005, Middle Temple; admitted to the Jersey Bar 2007.
Revenue Bar Association; Jersey Law Society; Charity Law Association; Charity Law Association.
University of Cambridge (Downing) BA (Hons) Archaeology and Anthropology, 2003.