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Legal 500 M&A Guide 2018 - Mauritius Update
There are three recent developments that will impact the Mauritian offshore commercial market.
Mauritius
29 Nov 2018
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Case Law In Mauritius
Welcome to the latest edition of our case law roundup, which considers recent judgments, ongoing cases and legal developments from the courts of Mauritius.
Mauritius
23 Aug 2017
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Bermuda Court Hands Down First Decision Under Statutory Re Hastings-Bass Provision
In July 2014 the Bermuda legislature enacted the Trustee Amendment Act 2014. The effect of this statutory reform was to insert a new section 47A into the Trustee Act 1975.
Bermuda
25 Nov 2015
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The Remedy For Non-payment Of A Contractual Debt: Arbitration Or Winding Up? Conflicting Approaches Taken By The Courts Of The UK, Cayman Islands And The BVI
What happens when a creditor petitions to wind up a company for the non-payment of a contractual debt and the company disputes both the debt and also the jurisdiction of the court...
Bermuda
6 Oct 2015
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Arbitration v Winding Up - Which Prevails?
In practice, it seems that the court's power to control the winding up process will trump the primacy of arbitration agreements in determining whether a petition debt is disputed on genuine and substantial grounds.
Cayman Islands
27 Aug 2013
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New Court Rules Governing Arbitration Proceedings In The Cayman Islands
Court rules governing arbitration proceedings in the Cayman Islands have been wholly revised by virtue of the Grand Court (Amendment No.1) Rules 2013 which take effect from 1 July 2013.
Cayman Islands
14 Jul 2013
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Arbitration Law Meets International Standards
Changes to the Cayman Islands Arbitration Law will make arbitration proceedings faster, more efficient, less costly and protect the privacy of the parties involved.
Bermuda
 
26 Jun 2013
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New Law To Boost Cayman's Arbitration Industry
The development of international arbitration was originally driven by litigants' dissatisfaction with the time, cost and publicity involved in court proceedings.
Cayman Islands
4 Sep 2012
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Arbitration Law Meets International Standards
Arbitration, as a mechanism of binding dispute resolution, is the equivalent of litigation in the courts, but entails resolving disputes outside the courts in accordance with procedures, structures and substantive legal or non-legal standards chosen by the parties involved.
Bermuda
13 Aug 2012
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Arbitration Law, 2012 Passed In The Cayman Islands
The Arbitration Law, 2012 ("the Law") has now been passed in the Cayman Islands and will come into force on a date to be appointed by the Governor in Cabinet.
Cayman Islands
19 Jun 2012
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Dispute Resolution Review - Fourth Edition - Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands is a British Overseas Territory, and Cayman law is in general based on English common law and certain English statutes.
Bermuda
31 May 2012
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Dispute Resolution Review - Fourth Edition - Jersey
Jersey is a common law jurisdiction, whose legal system draws on both the common law of England and the ancient customary law of Normandy.
Jersey
29 May 2012
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Dispute Resolution Review - Fourth Edition - Mauritius
Disputes in Mauritius may be litigated before the courts, mediated or arbitrated. The legal and logistical framework for international arbitration is still at an early stage.
Mauritius
29 May 2012
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Litigation & Dispute Resolution – Guernsey
Whilst much of Guernsey's Royal Court procedure is generally based on principles which are similar to those adopted in England, it is important to note that Guernsey is a separate jurisdiction with its own specific laws and rules.
Guernsey
28 May 2012
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Global Legal Insights - Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Bermuda provides a variety of ways for parties to resolve disputes and has a respected, independent and soundly administered judiciary.
Bermuda
21 May 2012
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Litigation & Dispute Resolution - Bermuda
Bermuda provides a variety of ways for parties to resolve disputes and has a respected, independent and soundly administered judiciary. The principal trial court is the Supreme Court of Bermuda and it is bound by the decisions of the Court of Appeal for Bermuda and Bermuda’s highest appellate court, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council sitting in London, England.
Bermuda
21 May 2012
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Dispute Resolution Review (4th Edition) - Bermuda
Lawyers in Bermuda are members of a fused profession, meaning that no distinction is made, as in England, between barristers and solicitors. All practising lawyers in Bermuda (subject to a residency requirement for non-Bermudians) are called to the Bar and all have rights of audience before the courts.
Bermuda
 
9 May 2012
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Dispute Resolution Review (4th Edition) - Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands is a British Overseas Territory, and Cayman law is in general based on English common law and certain English statutes that have been applied to the Islands, and local legislation enacted by the Legislative Assembly (‘the LA').
Bermuda
 
4 May 2012
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Striking Out Cases In The Royal Court
In recent years, the Royal Court has adopted a more active approach to case management. The power of the Royal Court to strike out cases remains one of the most draconian judicial weapons available.
Jersey
8 Jan 2010
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Security For Costs – Moving The Goal Posts
The mere mention of Leeds United Football Club brings memories flooding back of Saturday afternoons at the ground watching Brian Flynn and Ray Hankin weave their magic.
Jersey
7 Jan 2010
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