Real Estate & Residential property & Tax & Estate Planning
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In this series, “The Fine Art of Probate”, a selection of Collyer Bristow lawyers are joined by special guests from the world of Art and Culture, to discuss a wide variety of topics relating to probate in English law.
In this latest episode, Collyer Bristow Private Wealth Partner, James Cook, is joined by Harvey Cammell, Deputy Chairman of Bonhams UK and Global Director of Valuations, Trusts & Estates.
Together they discuss the process of valuation. From Banksy to Brexit, they draw upon their experience and consider trends in relation to probate valuations in the art market.
Running time: 30 mins
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