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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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Place Settling Disputes Between Co-Owners Of Property
Property ownership can be a sensitive issue in a territory with limited space like Bermuda where a single property can have a significant impact on many neighbouring properties.
Bermuda
14 Jul 2014
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A Deed Is Preferable When Establishing A Right Of Way
A right of way is an entitlement to travel across a route regardless of land ownership and is generally one of movement.
Bermuda
13 May 2013
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Agricultural Land
Owning a house with its own land in the Jersey countryside is a dream for many and a reality for some.
Jersey
4 May 2012
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Property Registration Is On The Way For Bermuda
Property transactions in Bermuda could soon become faster and less complex as Government plans to introduce a Land Registration Office.
Bermuda
15 Feb 2012
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