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As Jersey law treats movable and immovable estate differently for succession purposes, we need to consider them separately.
Why is a Jersey Grant of Probate or Administration needed?
There are three types of partnerships that can be incorporated in the BVI.
Also: when can judgments be severed; and more.
Registry will soon be a Category One General Register of British Ships.
Some provisions have been relaxed.
Application to set aside a transaction under the Rule will require a breach of fiduciary duty.
New fund types are lightly regulated.
Alternative investment funds in the Channel Islands will not be subject to the full requirements of AIFMD...
Getting in line with the Nice Agreement.
Jersey is a leading international finance centre and, as such, is the jurisdiction of incorporation of many companies listed on stock exchanges throughout the world.
The majority of listed companies incorporated in Guernsey are investment funds.
The Royal Court of Guernsey has issued a practice direction pertaining to the information required when applying for the appointment of an administrator or liquidator in Guernsey.
Overview covers fiduciary duties, disclosure of interest, and more.
When a BVI company creates a security interest there are two different registrations that need to be considered.
Welcome EFG judgment shows Court’s willingness to take a pragmatic approach to managing cases.
Also: discrimination; flexible working; and more.
ESMA has concluded that ‘no obstacles exist to the extension of the passport to Guernsey and Jersey’.
Liability, exceptions and things companies should bear in mind.
Rules around continuing as a body corporate under the laws of any jurisdiction.