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Jersey Property Security And Costs – Good News For Lenders
Something of a chill wind blew through the local lending community earlier this year when the Royal Court handed down its judgment in the case of Dégrèvement of the Immovable Property of Mrs Powell.
Jersey
19 Aug 2019
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Lease – The Dangers Of DIY
Like freehold conveyances, leases for terms of more than 9 years must be passed before the Royal Court and registered in the Public Registry. By contrast, leases for shorter terms
Jersey
19 Aug 2019
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Real Estate Guide
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to real estate laws and regulations that may occur in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
18 Jan 2019
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Buying An Apartment? Ask the Right Questions
It is important to know not just what the constitution says about expenses but how they are dealt with in practice.
Jersey
7 Jan 2019
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Legal 500 M&A Guide 2018 - Hong Kong Update
The recent changes to the Hong Kong Listing Rules allow biotech issuers who do not meet the financial eligibility tests to be listed, and permit listing of companies with "weighted voting right" ...
Hong Kong
29 Nov 2018
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Real Estate Guide For International Buyers
In each case, they are restricted to purchases of fractionals, tourist accommodation/hotel residences and higher-end residences/condominiums.
Bermuda
20 Nov 2018
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Haro, Guts, Girdles And Hatts – Some Peculiarities Of Guernsey Law
The Bailiwick of Guernsey was originally part of the Duchy of Normandy but in 1204 when English troops were driven from Normandy, the islands remained the possession of the English Crown.
Guernsey
13 Nov 2018
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An Introduction To Stamp Duty
Stamp duty in Bermuda is a tax applied to documents, known as "instruments" under the tax. Any instrument signed in, or brought into, Bermuda is potentially liable to stamp duty, unless specifically exempt.
Bermuda
11 Sep 2018
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Regularise Encroachments In Good Time
An encroachment is the movement of a boundary beyond its legally proper position.
Bermuda
21 Jun 2018
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Further Regulation Of Jersey Residential Lettings
The past few years have seen a transformation of the Jersey legal landscape in relation to residential lettings.
Jersey
4 May 2018
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UK Property Register
The UK Government has confirmed the introduction of a new public Register of UK property ownership identifying the ultimate beneficial owners of UK owned real estate.
UK
2 May 2018
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Core Terms To Watch In A Tenancy Agreement
Tenancy agreements (also known as leases) can be in writing or if for less than three years can also be agreed orally.
Bermuda
1 Mar 2018
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Making Changes To Your Home? Don't Fall Foul Of Planning Permission
Making an application for planning permission can seem like a somewhat opaque and even daunting process.
Jersey
12 Jan 2018
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Airbnb In Jersey – What Legal Issues Do Homeowners Need To Consider?
For those unfamiliar, Airbnb provides an online platform for homeowners, or ‘hosts' to rent out their homes, rooms or apartments to others.
Bermuda
29 Nov 2017
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We're In This Together
For many people the purchase of a property, with its significant financial, practical and emotional implications, is a step taken together with another person, most often a spouse or partner.
Jersey
30 Aug 2017
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Buying A Development Site - What's The Deal?
The completion of a new housing development marks the culmination of a complex process in which a host of people with different roles will have been involved.
Jersey
30 Dec 2016
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Commercial Property Investment - Disclosure Of The Tenant's Accounts
For an investor considering the purchase of a commercial property, the covenant strength of the tenant(s) and any guarantor(s) is of central importance.
Jersey
11 Nov 2016
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Insolvency - The Property Issues
Recent insolvencies of high profile retailers have served as a reminder that tenants of business premises can fail, with potentially serious consequences for all those with a stake in the business...
Jersey
8 Sep 2016
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Purchasing A Property In Jersey - Caveat Emptor!
The traditional approach of Jersey conveyancing is based firmly on the caveat emptor principle. Property conveyances include standard wording under which the property is sold "in the state in which it was at the date hereof...
Jersey
10 Aug 2016
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Purchasing A Property In Jersey? "Caveat Emptor!"
The traditional approach of Jersey conveyancing is based firmly on the caveat emptor (buyer beware) principle. Property conveyances include standard wording under which the property is sold "in the state in which it was at the date hereof with all its apparent or hidden defects ("vices cachés"), if any".
Jersey
1 Aug 2016
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