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Insurance is not a topic which sets the world on fire, but it is one of the most important areas for Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) to pay attention to.
The recent case of Cafe de Lecq Limited v R A Rossborough (Insurance Brokers) Limited amounted to a David v Goliath battle for the insurance world in Jersey.
The recent case of Cafe de Lecq Limited v R A Rossborough (Insurance Brokers) Limited 2012 JRC 53 has put an end to the cry Sit"s in the small print.
Most people prefer not to think about long-term illness but it is more prevalent than one might first think.
The use of insurance-linked securities ("ILS") to transform insurance risks to the capital markets has increased and evolved over the last decade, and the trend is expected to continue.
Many couples choose to enjoy a relationship without the legal bond of marriage, and spend any number of years living together in property that is either jointly owned or owned in the name of one of the parties, often for reasons such as the lack of Jersey housing qualifications.
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A Pre-Nuptial Agreement was the subject of the recent English Supreme Court decision in the case of Radmacher v Granatino, generating great media interest. What does it mean for couples contemplating marriage in Jersey?
Andrew Deighton explains what Jersey has to offer to a specialist insurance and reinsurance lawyer and to the international insurance and reinsurance industry.
Over the last decade there has been a noted convergence of the capital markets and the insurance/reinsurance markets and the evolution of a variety of structured insurance products.
Jersey probate is required for all persons with movable estate
situate in Jersey.