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If I quit as a partner, can I continue to own the premises and charge rent to my successors?

I am nearly 56 years old. I have two partners and I own the pupose built building in which we practice. For various reasons, including the recent threatened imposition of a new contract, I am considering leaving the practice and working as a locum.

Can I continue to own the premises and charge rent to my successors? I know that I can continue to accrue pensionable income as a locum, are there any pitfalls of this?

Ask the expert - Shane Stack

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