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Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen continues to operate at the forefront of offshore asset recovery work and the development of insolvency law and process in Jersey.
Ogier
Jersey has a familiar range of legal processes and remedies for the restructuring and insolvency of corporations.
Bedell Cristin
A Jersey company or one of its creditors may wish the company to be placed into administration in England under Schedule B1 of the UK's Insolvency Act 1986 (the "Act").
Walkers
Please note that we have assumed that the Company is a private limited company, that it is solvent, and that all the directors and shareholders will agree to wind up the Company.
Bedell Cristin
The latest edition of the highly acclaimed work on insolvency in Jersey, Channel Islands, has been published which includes updated and enhanced analysis on a range of legal developments in the Island.
Walkers
ORB denied that the majority of its assets were in England and also denied that it had a substantial connection with that jurisdiction.
Hatstone Lawyers
A trust does not have legal personality and therefore cannot technically be labelled 'insolvent' or as having creditors.
Bedell Cristin
There are three judgments of the Court relating to the ongoing administration of a group of eight inter-connected family trusts, of which the ZII Trust and the ZIII Trust are insolvent.
Ogier
In his seminal work Principles of Corporate Insolvency Law, Professor Roy Goode notes if it is only infrequently that English courts will be willing to pierce the corporate veil, it is rarer still to consolidate assets and liabilities...
Baker & Partners
Jersey has two principal forms of insolvency procedure – désastre under the Bankruptcy (Désastre) (Jersey) Law 1990 and creditors' windings up under the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (the Companies Law), the latter being for Jersey-registered companies.
Baker & Partners
Jersey law distinguishes between two types of property – immovable (i.e. real property) and movable property (which can be both tangible and intangible).
Bedell Cristin
Companies incorporated outside England continue to use the scheme of arrangement regime contained in the UK Companies Act 2006 to restructure debts governed by English law.
Bedell Cristin
In February 2014, The Jersey and Guernsey Law Review published an article by Anthony Dessain of Bedell Cristin on insolvency and universality.
Bedell Cristin
The Royal Court of Jersey has determined a novel point of insolvency law in relation to the vesting of claims in a désastre, Jersey's unique bankruptcy regime for personal and corporate debtors.
Mourant Ozannes
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.
Bedell Cristin
On 22 May 2013 the Court of Appeal of England and Wales delivered the reasoned judgment for allowing the appeal from the decision of the High Court of 12 April 2013 which we referred to in an e-alert dated 2 May 2013.
Collas Crill Jersey
A commentary on the remedies in relation to cross border insolvency available under Jersey law.
Appleby
A guide which outlines the procedures to wind up Jersey registered companies, the circumstances in which transactions entered into by an insolvent company may be set aside, and the circumstances in which a company’s officers and managers may incur civil or criminal liability.
Appleby
Imagine if you will, that everything in the garden is lovely, you and your soul mate have a nice home and great kids, some indebtedness admittedly (but who doesn’t these days?) when one day the brutal reality of the recession knocks upon your door in the form of the Viscount seeking to serve a bankruptcy order on you or your partner.
Appleby
Both individual and corporate bankruptcies in Jersey are dealt with by the Bankruptcy (Désastre) (Jersey) Law 1990 (“the Law”).
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Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen continues to operate at the forefront of offshore asset recovery work and the development of insolvency law and process in Jersey.
Ogier
Jersey has a familiar range of legal processes and remedies for the restructuring and insolvency of corporations.
Bedell Cristin
There are three judgments of the Court relating to the ongoing administration of a group of eight inter-connected family trusts, of which the ZII Trust and the ZIII Trust are insolvent.
Bedell Cristin
A Jersey company or one of its creditors may wish the company to be placed into administration in England under Schedule B1 of the UK's Insolvency Act 1986 (the "Act").
Walkers
Please note that we have assumed that the Company is a private limited company, that it is solvent, and that all the directors and shareholders will agree to wind up the Company.
Ogier
In his seminal work Principles of Corporate Insolvency Law, Professor Roy Goode notes if it is only infrequently that English courts will be willing to pierce the corporate veil, it is rarer still to consolidate assets and liabilities...
Baker & Partners
Jersey has two principal forms of insolvency procedure – désastre under the Bankruptcy (Désastre) (Jersey) Law 1990 and creditors' windings up under the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (the Companies Law), the latter being for Jersey-registered companies.
Walkers
ORB denied that the majority of its assets were in England and also denied that it had a substantial connection with that jurisdiction.
Bedell Cristin
The latest edition of the highly acclaimed work on insolvency in Jersey, Channel Islands, has been published which includes updated and enhanced analysis on a range of legal developments in the Island.
Baker & Partners
Jersey law distinguishes between two types of property – immovable (i.e. real property) and movable property (which can be both tangible and intangible).
Hatstone Lawyers
A trust does not have legal personality and therefore cannot technically be labelled 'insolvent' or as having creditors.
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