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The law on vicarious liability has recently been the subject of an important United Kingdom Supreme Court judgment which has limited its scope, providing a welcome relief for employers who would...
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The overriding duty of an Executor is to collect in the assets of the deceased and administer the estate according to law. An Executor has a number of duties to fulfil including but not limited to the following...
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The present economic pressures resulting from the restrictions imposed during the Covid-19 crisis are proving extremely difficult for businesses across a wide range of industries.
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Whilst it is always advisable to try and resolve matters by agreement outside of formal court action, it is important to be aware that Isle of Man law imposes certain limitation periods...
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Understandably making a Will is often at the bottom of the "to do" pile, but it is one of the most important things that you can do. A well-drafted Will can...
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DQ has announced the additions of Mark Emery and Alexander Armstrong to its leading Dispute Resolution department. Mark has joined the firm as an Associate Director, with Alexander appointed an Associate.
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During April 2020, DQ's Regulatory & Compliance Advisory team held a series of virtual get togethers for compliance and risk professionals in the Isle of Man.
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One of the main requirements of making a Will is that a testator's signature must be witnessed by two independent people. During the COVID-19 pandemic people are required to comply...
Simcocks
The global pandemic of COVID-19 is preventing individuals from travelling to sign documents, or being in close proximity with other individuals when signing documents.
Simcocks
When an individual is required to sign certain documents (usually as a deed), there is a requirement for there to be a witness to the signing process.
Appleby
The COVID-19 pandemic and associated restrictions place unprecedented difficulties on Isle of Man registered charities holding their Annual General Meeting (AGM).
DQ Advocates
One of the consequences of the global turmoil caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been that travel – especially international travel – has suddenly become very difficult.
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The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has published (March 2020) a guidance document on Digital Identity. At a time when many organisations are considering how best to comply with...
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March 2020 saw the Isle of Man FSA publish AML/CFT guidance for the Private Pensions sector. This is the first time the Authority has produced definitive guidance for the pensions industry in terms of what is expected...
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The IBA's 25th International Private Client Conference was held at the Four Seasons Hotel on Park Lane in March 2020, and was attended by over 250 delegates from around the world.
DQ Advocates
The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Practices Regulations came into operation in October 2019. They apply to a wide range of sectors and business, including Trust Service Providers.
Appleby
The final provisions of the Isle of Man Charities Registration and Regulation Act 2019 (2019 Act) came into force 1 April 2020.
DQ Advocates
As everybody knows, we are currently living and working in uncertain and somewhat surreal times.
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In a world which is changing rapidly (it seems by the hour!), families need to ensure that they work together to show a united front during times of adversity.
Simcocks
Prosecution for committing this offence can only be brought by, or with the consent of, the Attorney General and the penalties can be severe.
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