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Restoration Of The ‘Redemption Creditor' In The Cayman Islands
A recent judgment of the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal (‘CICA') has provided a welcome degree of certainty for investors and insolvency practitioners alike...
Cayman Islands
6 Feb 2017
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Adjusting Shareholder Rights In The Winding Up Of A Cayman Islands Investment Fund
As explained below, Herald's sole investment turned out to be a substantial investment in the Madoff Ponzi scheme, the collapse of which ultimately led to Herald ending up in official liquidation in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
1 Nov 2016
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Investors' Claims For Unpaid Redemption Proceeds In The Winding Up Of Cayman Islands Investment Funds
Some refinement regarding the priority to be afforded to investors' claims for unpaid redemption proceeds in the winding up of Cayman Islands investment funds; however, questions linger.
Cayman Islands
15 Aug 2016
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Security for Costs in the Cayman Islands: A Purposive Approach to Filling a Legislative Lacuna
It is a widely recognised principle in common law jurisdictions that an award for security for costs may be made against an impecunious plaintiff in certain circumstances in order to avoid injustice being caused to a party defending litigation proceedings with no prospect of recovering its costs, even if ultimately successful.
Cayman Islands
1 Oct 2015
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Winding Up Solvent Funds Loss of Substratum
An issue arising with increasing frequency in connection with Cayman Islands domiciled investment funds is the circumstances in which an investor in a solvent fund can bring an informal wind down initiated by management of the fund to an end and have the board replaced by a liquidator appointed by the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands ("the Court").
Cayman Islands
14 Dec 2010
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