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Incorporation describes the process of forming a new legal entity (a company) that is recognised at law as a separate legal person.
This feature publication aims to tap into the issues facing high-net-worth individuals around the globe, and investigate the themes and challenges affecting this elite group.
The court may make an order that provides for part of an ex-spouse’s maintenance to be paid from a percentage of the breadwinner’s future bonus payments.
Appleby’s Carlos de Serpa Pimentel has provided an overview of offshore PC&T developments in the Cayman Islands and BVI in 2012.
This guide is intended to provide basic information needed to answer questions on Guernsey foundations and the migration of foreign law foundations to Guernsey.
Same-sex marriages and civil unions/partnerships will not be recognised in Bermuda.
The Control of Housing and Work (Jersey) Law 2012 is expected to be brought into force on 29 April this year.
A number of high-profile English cases have recently shone the spotlight upon the treatment of inherited property in divorce proceedings.
Bank of Credit and Commerce International (Overseas) Ltd and the other Cayman entities in the BCCI Group are now dissolved.
A judgment from the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal has emphasised the primacy of the investment agreement between the fund and its investors.
The recent decision of Rubin v Euro Finance SA and others  UK SC 46 has been welcomed in England and Wales.
In IKEA v Hauxwell-Smith and others (10/2012), IKEA was found to have been the victim of serious procurement irregularities involving Mr and Mrs Hauxwell-Smith between 1998 and 2000.
Appleby has released the spring 2013 edition of its Resolution offshore publication.
The increasing public awareness of the existence of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2005 has led to an increase in queries and complaints in respect of the control of ‘personal data’.
In the past 10 years, 105,290 companies have been registered in the Cayman Islands. However, the number of companies on the Cayman Islands Corporate Register has only increased from 64,495 to 92,964.
The decision in the case of Re Yung Kee Holdings has highlighted some of the issues that can arise in resolving shareholder disputes where offshore companies are used to hold assets and businesses elsewhere.
The European Union is battling yet another crisis among one of its members, with the looming bankruptcy of Cyprus threatening to further destabilise the region at a time when it can ill-afford it.