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In The Courts: Civil Procedure
When a Russian company brings a claim in the BVI against two Russian employees, employed under Russian law service agreements, it is perhaps not surprising that a forum challenge would ensue
British Virgin Islands
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts In 2018: An Appleby Review Of Offshore Court Decisions
Welcome to the latest issue of Appleby's annual "In The Courts" publication, a round-up of the most interesting decisions handed down by the courts of our offshore jurisdictions in 2018.
Cayman Islands
7 Feb 2019
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Appleby Successfully Enforces An English Judgment Before The Supreme Court Of Mauritius
The Applicant is a company incorporated in the Isle of Man. It is the investment arm of the Dubai-based Dallah Albaraka Group, a prominent business enterprise in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.
Worldwide
20 Jul 2015
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The Cayman Islands Court Of Appeal Confirms Orders For Security For Costs In Winding Up Proceedings
In Dyxnet Holdings Limited v Current Ventures II Limited and Current Ventures IIA Limited (Cause CICA 33/2013), the CICA overturned two Grand Court judgments dating back to 2010...
Cayman Islands
13 Apr 2015
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Rules On Appeals From The Bankruptcy Division
The Court of Civil Appeal of Mauritius delivered an interlocutory judgment on 20 February 2014.
Mauritius
16 May 2014
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Enforcing Foreign Judgments In Mauritius Delivered By A Superior Court Of The United Kingdom
Until the decision of the Mauritius Supreme Court in Sumputh v Holborn College Limited 2012 SCJ 193, it was understood that a judgment creditor which sought to enforce a judgment delivered by a superior court of the United Kingdom could avail itself of any of the following three pieces of legislation namely...
UK
9 Dec 2013
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Enforcing Foreign Judgments Delivered By A Superior Court Of The United Kingdom
Until the decision of the Supreme Court in Sumputh v Holborn College Limited 2012 SCJ 193 (Sumputh), it was understood that a judgment creditor which sought to enforce a judgment delivered by a superior court of the United Kingdom could avail itself of any of the following three pieces of legislation namely...
UK
29 Nov 2013
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Litigation Funding In Jersey
The recent case of Barclays Wealth Trustees Limited as trustee of the R2R Bulgaria Property Fund & Others v Equity Trust Limited & Others [2013] JRC094 provides further clarification as to the position of third party litigation funding in Jersey.
Jersey
27 Aug 2013
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The Appleby 2012 Offshore Round-Up: Civil Procedure
A summary of the key decisions on matters of civil procedure and remedies handed down in the leading offshore jurisdictions during 2012.
Bermuda
7 Feb 2013
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Spreadex v. Cochrane
The English High Court has recently ruled that an online betting operator could not recover £50,000 on loss-making trades allegedly made by a customer's girlfriend's five year old son.
Isle of Man
9 Aug 2012
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English Court Echoes Cayman Court’s Decision In Weavering Litigation
Anyone familiar with Cayman Islands mutual funds will be aware of the decision of the Cayman Islands Grand Court last year in Weavering Macro Fixed Income Fund Limited (In Liquidation) v. Stefan Peterson and Hans Ekstrom.
Cayman Islands
9 Aug 2012
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New Law Made On Enforcing Judgments In Jersey
The recent judgment of Jersey’s Royal Court in “Brunei Investment Agency and Bandone v Fidelis and others” [2008] JRC 152 has significantly extended its inherent jurisdiction to enforce foreign judgements in Jersey.
Jersey
16 Feb 2009
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Mareva Revisited
The English Court of Appeal has delivered a judgment in the case of Dadourian Group International Inc. v Simms, in which it has for the first time set out comprehensive guidelines in relation to an application for leave to enforce abroad a worldwide asset-freezing order granted by a local court.
Bermuda
11 Aug 2006
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Receivers´ Fees In Money Laundering Cases: The Effect Of Acquittal And The Return Of Restrained Assets
The Chief Justice of the Cayman Islands has delivered an important judgment on the application of the Proceeds of Criminal Conduct Law (PCCL), which reflects the balance that the Law itself seeks to strike between the objective of securing assets to meet any confiscation order upon conviction and ensuring that the proprietary rights of third parties are not prejudiced.
Cayman Islands
 
15 Feb 2006
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