By Shaun Folpp
, Eleanor Morgan
Interim injunctive relief is a powerful tool and the ability to freeze a defendant's assets to prevent dissipation before a matter reaches trial can be an important protective step.
By Bruce Lincoln
, Tom Sowman
This briefing concerns the latest judgment in the Ablyazov matter following a third application brought by English court appointed Receivers, in which the Jersey Royal Court held that it had jurisdiction to appoint the Receivers (whose appointment had been recognised by the Jersey Court in an earlier judgment) as managers of a Jersey company.
By Mark Temple
, Robert Hickling
In a helpful judgment the Jersey Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of the Royal Court in Pirrwitz v AI Airports International Limited and PI Power International Limited  JRC 017.
By Wendy Lambert
, Helen Ruelle
One Law only: the New Law replaces both the existing Housing
(Jersey) Law 1949 and the Regulation of Undertakings (Jersey) Law
By Gavin Farrell
Guernsey's funds industry goes back over 30 years when
the first retail unit trusts were established.