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Diminishing Returns For Work Permit Fees
It appeared to be inevitable, and may now just be coming true. Income from work permit fees is likely to fall, perhaps precipitously.
Cayman Islands
28 Nov 2019
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Cayman Islands Stamp Duty: What It Is And What You Need To Know
The Cayman Islands are widely known for being a tax-neutral jurisdiction. This means that there are no income, inheritance, sales, corporation, capital gains or withholding taxes in Cayman.
Cayman Islands
19 Nov 2019
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Cayman Continues To Refine Its Trusts Law
The recent change now only requires that such variation(s) are not to the ‘detriment' of such persons.
Cayman Islands
3 May 2019
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Greater Willpower – The Cayman Islands Enhances Its Wills Regime For Foreign Testators
In order for a Cayman Islands Will to be valid it must be both ‘essentially' valid and ‘formally' valid.
Cayman Islands
11 Mar 2019
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HSM IP Recognises Cayman's Trade Marks Law Anniversary
Earlier this month on August 1 marked one year since The Trade Marks Law, 2016 was implemented in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
31 Aug 2018
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Proposed Updates to Cayman's Securities Investment Business Law – Five Things You Need to Know
The Cayman Islands Ministry of Financial Services on 18 July 2018 released a draft Bill for discussion purposes relating to amendments to the Securities Investment Business Law ("SIBL").
Cayman Islands
24 Aug 2018
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Cayman Islands Tourism Growth Sparks Residency Interest Through Property Ownership
The Cayman Islands has welcomed more than 1.3 million tourists by air and sea in the first six months of 2018, according to the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.
Cayman Islands
23 Aug 2018
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The Matter Of The O Trust- Case Summary For Step Mental Capacity SIG
On the 23rd of February 2018 the Grand Court issued a judgement which set out the current legal test for mental capacity in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
28 Mar 2018
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How Much Is Too Much?: Security For Costs Against Non-Resident Plaintiffs
A non-resident plaintiff in the Cayman Islands may be required by the Court to post security for a potential adverse costs award in favour of the defendant.
Cayman Islands
31 Oct 2017
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Cayman Passes Its First Design Rights Registration Law And Amends Its Patents And Trade Marks Law 2011
The long-awaited new Trade Marks Law has also been approved by Government and is expected to be published shortly.
Cayman Islands
3 Jun 2017
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