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BVI Government Raises Charter Cruising Permit Fees Effective 1 August
The BVI Government recently enacted two measures regarding the charter boat cruising permit fees that each charter boat must pay while carrying paying passengers in the Territory.
British Virgin Islands
26 Jul 2017
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Guide To Ship Finance In The Cayman Islands
Mortgage registration is evidenced by a certificate of registry, but because this is a document used for navigation purposes, it is more likely that a copy of the transcript of British Registry...
Cayman Islands
12 Jun 2017
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Cayman Islands Guide To Ship Finance 2016
This Cayman guide to ship finance provides an overview of the key shipping-related issues, legal system and laws in Cayman, and explores the following questions:
British Virgin Islands
23 Jun 2016
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Flying Ever Higher: Impact Of The Cape Town Convention On Cayman Aircraft Finance Transactions
Ellie Crespi-McCarthy and Louise Groom consider the impact of the extension of the Cape Town Convention on Cayman Islands aircraft finance transactions.
Cayman Islands
3 Dec 2015
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English Maritime Case Raises CPR And Legal Capacity Issues For BVI Litigants
In a twist of misfortune, the Claimant's solicitors applied to come off the record immediately before the security for costs application and its demitting solicitors appeared with only instructions to seek an adjournment.
British Virgin Islands
24 Nov 2015
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We Have Lift Off: Cape Town Convention Extended To The Cayman Islands
The Cape Town Convention will come into force in the UK on 1 November 2015. We are pleased to announce that on 1 November 2105 the Cayman Islands will gain the status of a territorial unit of a Convention State...
Cayman Islands
15 Nov 2015
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Stand By For Take Off: Cape Town Convention Extension Date To Cayman Confirmed
The ratification by the United Kingdom Government of the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Protocol thereto on matters specific to Aircraft Equipment has been well publicised.
Cayman Islands
18 Aug 2015
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Corporate Jet Investor: Cayman Plans To Ratify Cape Town Convention
The United Kingdom Government is set to ratify the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Protocol thereto on matters specific to Aircraft Equipment.
Cayman Islands
16 Aug 2015
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Sky's The Limit: Cape Town Convention Extension To Cayman Imminent
Once extended to Cayman, the Cape Town Convention will directly apply to that jurisdiction, with Cayman gaining the status of a territorial unit of a Convention State.
Cayman Islands
16 Jun 2015
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Registration Of Cyprus Ships
Cyprus is a leading forum in the international maritime industry mostly due to its attractive tax system for ship owners and ship managers and due to its ratification of major international maritime conventions.
Cyprus
19 May 2015
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The Issue Of Priority And Statutory Ship Mortgages In The British Virgin Islands
Shipping business in the BVI is fast developing, and it is important to understand some critical elements, being financing and taking of security.
British Virgin Islands
14 Sep 2014
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An Introduction to Cyprus’ Maritime Industry
Cyprus has become a leading forum in the international maritime industry mostly due to the attractive tax system for ship owners and ship managers and due to its ratification of major international maritime conventions.
Cyprus
8 Oct 2010
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The BVI Moves Towards Attaining Category 1 Registration Status
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is currently a tax neutral Category 2 Red Ensign port of British Registry operating under the authority of the Merchant Shipping Act, 2001.
British Virgin Islands
3 Oct 2007
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