I searched through the forums and found no conclusive answer, so I'm effectively asking a repeat question.
In the corebook the spells Seven-League Stride and The Leap of Homecoming (ArM5, p.135) don't mention requisites for bring what you have on you (such as clothes, or tools, or things you picked up). And indeed, the ruling for Target Individual that "clothes on a person or moss on a boulder are part of the person or the boulder for these purpose" would support this (ArM5, p.112). However, another ruling (which I found here) mentions "Herbam and Terram requisites that allow a spell to change a clothed man into a bird" (ArM5, p.114) would imply they are needed?
This is further complicated by contradictory rulings for two spells that are essentially the same; CrCo15 50 teleportation spells. Wizard's Leap (Houses of Hermes: Sociatas, p.36) says a requisite is required, but Retreat into the Shell of Shadow (Magi of Hermes, p.131) doesn't mention any.
And that not even getting into how only Seven-League Stride requires a Finesse role while the others don't.
So does combat teleportation require a "feat tax" or not?