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First Recognition By Cayman Court Of Receivers Of Bermuda Segregated Account
The Cayman Islands Grand Court (‘Grand Court') has made an Order recognising the Joint Receivers (‘Receivers') of an individual segregated account of a Bermudan segregated accounts company ...
Cayman Islands
18 Feb 2018
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UK Court Of Appeal Rules On Creditors' Entitlement To Interest After An Administration?
The United Kingdom Court of Appeal (‘UKCA') has found that once a company has gone into administration (a form of insolvency/restructuring process not available in the Cayman Islands ...
Cayman Islands
15 Feb 2018
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Sham Trusts, The High Court And "Putin's Banker"
On 11 October 2017, the High Court released its latest judgment in the long running saga between Mezhprom Bank and its liquidator, the DIA, and Russian businessman Mr Sergei Pugachev ..
European Union
8 Nov 2017
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Cross-Border Disputes And Asset Tracing - Pre-Action Disclosure Regimes In Guernsey
In modern cross-border litigation it is often absolutely critical to be able to secure evidence and to identify assets in advance of commencing a legal claim.
Guernsey
24 May 2017
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Insolvent Trusts: The Z Trust Cases
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.
Jersey
27 Jul 2016
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Protectors: Are Their Powers Fiduciary And Does The Court Have Power To Intervene?
Protectors feature regularly in Jersey trusts, being appointed by settlors as a means of ensuring that there will be some element of control over the exercise of the trustees' powers.
Jersey
21 Mar 2016
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Trust Litigation In Guernsey
Litigation in the trust sector has seen a number of high profile cases in Guernsey and Bedell's Rupert Morris examines the impact two of these cases could have on trust work on the island.
Guernsey
20 Jan 2016
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The Royal Court's Jurisdiction To Declare Invalid The Exercise Of Fiduciary Powers
The court was required to consider whether the alleged conflict of interest of the persons appointed as new protectors was such as to invalidate their appointment.
Jersey
9 Nov 2015
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The Nature Of Credits And Debits That Apply When Operating A Bank Account
On 3 August 2015, the Privy Council has helpfully explained the nature of the credits and debits that apply when operating a bank account.
Jersey
11 Sep 2015
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Recent Developments In The Funding Of Litigation In Jersey
There have been significant developments in the United Kingdom during the past two decades in the funding of commercial litigation.
Jersey
17 Aug 2015
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A Guide To Civil Proceedings In Guernsey
This briefing is intended to provide a high-level overview of how one brings proceedings and for the sake of simplicity this note will cover proceedings in Guernsey alone.
Guernsey
14 Aug 2015
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Overruled: Court Of Appeal Sets New Test For Permission To Appeal Applications In Jersey
The Court of Appeal in Jersey has set a new test for permission to appeal from all future decisions of the Royal Court in civil proceedings.
Jersey
17 Apr 2014
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Landmark Decision Reached On The Validity Of Litigation Funding In Jersey
Commercial litigation has a reputation for being expensive and uncertain and is something which some clients may make a conscious decision to avoid.
Jersey
18 Apr 2012
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