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Trust Tourists From The Future
The renowned physicist, Professor Stephen Hawking, when considering time travel, has mused that, "...we have not yet been overrun by tourists from the future.."
Bermuda
19 Sep 2016
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Protecting A Trust
In essence the appointment of a protector provides a means of monitoring the actions of a trustee and checking that appropriate action is taken to preserve the trust fund.
Guernsey
1 Mar 2016
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Royal Court Of Guernsey Adopts Jersey's Approach In An Application For Removal Of A Protector
On 14 July 2015, in the matter of the K Trust, the Royal Court of Guernsey (the Guernsey Court) applied the principles established by Jersey case law for removing a protector.
Bermuda
12 Oct 2015
4
Following In The Footsteps Of Schmidt
The case of Re Information About A Trust concerned an application by a beneficiary seeking disclosure of information about a trust.
Bermuda
16 Sep 2015
5
Royal Court Confirms The Availability Of Hastings-Bass Relief Under Guernsey Law
Appleby's contentious trusts team recently acted in an application to the Royal Court to determine the availability of Hastings-Bass relief under Guernsey law.
Guernsey
7 Sep 2015
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Guernsey Gives Important Guidance On The Approach To Trust Mistake Cases Based On Popular Tax Avoidance Schemes
On 15 January 2015 the Royal Court of Guernsey handed down a decision in the above mentioned case concerning an application made by the Settlor of a trust to set aside a disposition of assets into that trust.
Guernsey
6 Feb 2015
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Advantage Bermuda
Keith Robinson and Anthony Poulton explain why Bermuda’s legislation on the variation of trusts gives the jurisdiction an edge over England and Wales
Bermuda
25 Nov 2014
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Letters Of Wishes: Adequate Deliberations
This article will argue that trustees must look to the past and the future, the settlor and the beneficial class, if they are to discharge their fiduciary duty.
Bermuda
27 Oct 2014
9
Purpose Trusts: A Perplexing Ruling
Keith Robinson questions the reasoning behind a recent decision on disclosure in the case of Bermuda purpose trusts.
Bermuda
30 Jul 2014
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A Little Knowledge Can Be A Dangerous Thing
Information is, of course, crucial to everything we do. It also has a value – witness the burgeoning (and criminal) market in identity theft.
Guernsey
23 Jul 2014
11
Dangerous Times For Trustees?
It can sometimes be a dangerous business to be a professional trustee operating in a world where the fiscal and judicial authorities of certain on-shore states take a dim view of their citizens’ desire to minimise their exposure to taxation.
Guernsey
10 Jul 2014
12
Important Bermuda Judgment Considers Questions Of Litigation Funding, Private International Law And Trusts
The recent Bermuda decision of "Stiftung Salle Modulable v. Butterfield Trust" contains important points relevant to the question of litigation funding, as well as to practitioners of private international law and trusts.
Bermuda
4 Mar 2014
13
Guide To Foundations In Guernsey
This Guide is intended to provide basic information needed to answer questions on Guernsey foundations and the migration of foreign law foundations to Guernsey.
Bermuda
9 Oct 2013
14
The Protector’s Right To Indemnity
A discussion on when can a Protector expect to be indemnified from trust property for the costs of acting in the role.
Isle of Man
27 Aug 2013
15
Jersey Trust Law Tinkering – Some Improvements
On 2 November 2012 the Trusts Law came into force, making a number of changes to the Trusts Law 1984.
Bermuda
10 Jun 2013
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Guide To Guernsey Foundations – April 2013
The Foundations Law 2012 came into force on 8 January 2013 and the Guernsey Registry has been accepting applications for registration since 9 January 2013.
Guernsey
29 Apr 2013
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Mistaken Dispositions Into Trust - A Recent Case Heard Before The Royal Court Of Guernsey
Appleby recently acted in the matter of Dervan and MD Events v Concept Fiduciaries Ltd and Others for applicants to the Royal Court of Guernsey who sought to set aside two dispositions into an employee benefit trust on the ground of mistake.
Bermuda
3 Apr 2013
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Mistaken Dispositions Into Trust - A Recent Case Heard Before The Royal Court Of Guernsey
Appleby recently acted in the matter of Dervan and MD Events v Concept Fiduciaries Ltd and Others for applicants to the Royal Court of Guernsey
Bermuda
26 Mar 2013
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Guide To The Commercial Use Of Trusts In Jersey
The lack of rigid formal requirements for the creation and operation of trusts, unlike companies, and the tremendous flexibility allowed in inserting clauses in trust instruments make the trust a very useful device for achieving many commercial purposes if there are no tax disadvantages in its use.
Jersey
15 Mar 2013
20
Guide To Trusts In Guernsey
A brief summary of Guernsey as a trust jurisdiction, looking at the essential elements of trusts and some of the advantages of using Guernsey trusts.
Guernsey
18 Feb 2013
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