A trial in which a group of Canadian/American citizens are seeking to challenge the constitutionality of the Canadian government's enforcement of America’s FATCA legislation is set to begin on Monday in a federal courthouse in Vancouver, British Columbia, and will be broadcast live via a "webcast", according to sources involved in the lawsuit.
The combination of significantly lower prices for desireable London property and a strong U.S. dollar – both seen as at least in part as the result of uncertainty over Britain's political future as a result of the UK's Brexit troubles – has seen at least some wealthy Americans snapping up some of the most expensive of these London properties, at reduced prices that most people would still consider to be eye-watering.
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The European Commission has unveiled a program it says will be aimed at collecting data on the investment-based citizenship and residence programs of EU member states, and using this data to ensure that these programs don't facilitate money laundering, tax evasion and other undesireable practices.