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Walkers
This note provides a brief and high level overview of the position on electronic signatures in Jersey and Guernsey...
Jersey
Carey Olsen
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has meant that governments in the Crown Dependencies have imposed lockdown orders on homes and businesses.
Carey Olsen
Banking deposits in Jersey are on the rise (£139.2bn as at September 2019 according to the figures from the Jersey Financial Services Commission).
Ogier
It is a criminal offence in Jersey to take possession of or in any way administer the movable estate of a deceased person prior to a grant of probate being obtained (the Intermeddling Offence).
Walkers
Legal advice privilege protects confidential communications between lawyers and their clients where legal advice is sought and given.
Ogier
If arguments are an art, then disputes are a discipline; the former something to avoid, the latter an interesting area to work in.
Walkers
Jersey has been a leading international finance centre for more than 50 years. Thanks to a forward-thinking approach, Jersey is at the forefront of wealth management, funds, capital markets
Collas Crill
The Royal Court of Jersey has issued a significant judgment in Re The O Trust and The J Trust [2019] JRC 220A where it considered the validity of the appointment of a protector and trustees, and the consequences...
Ogier
A guide to financial support for businesses in Jersey that have been adversely affected by measures introduced to manage the spread of COVID-19
Appleby
Jersey law is not alone in having strict rules regarding the execution of wills. Except in the case of holograph wills of movables (written entirely in the hand of the testator)
Ogier
The Jersey government has introduced emergency legislation to help people to take steps to put in place Wills and make other estate planning arrangements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ogier
Private wealth structures are not immune from insolvency. Here we examine the Jersey and Guernsey position from the trustee's perspective and consider the issues with which a trustee
Carey Olsen
Landlords and tenants of residential properties in Jersey should be aware of an important legislative development enacted in response to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Carey Olsen
As the construction industry seeks to navigate the ever changing landscape resulting from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Government of Jersey has supplemented the legislative framework.
Collas Crill
Jersey is a popular international finance centre because it is well regulated, creditor friendly and has modern and flexible legislation. It is home to a large number of asset holding vehicles...
Ogier
The Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities (CICRA) have reminded businesses that competition law remains in force despite the COVID-19 pandemic although they have confirmed....
Ogier
Jersey imposed travel restrictions in response to the Coronavirus crisis in March 2020 and has been operating a full lockdown for all residents, apart from essential workers, since 30 March.
Appleby
The Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture has published Guidance relating, principally, to rent and other payments to be followed by Landlords and Tenants of Commercial Property during the ‘COVID-19 Period'.
Appleby
As part of a raft of new legislation to address the far-reaching impact on society of the COVID-19 outbreak, the States of Jersey have enacted the COVID-19...
Ogier
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Jersey Courts are giving priority to criminal cases and those involving children and are unlikely to be dealing with matters relating to property...
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