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There are no death duties, estate duties, inheritance taxes, capital gains taxes or value added taxes on foreign-domiciled estates.
There are benefits to having a separate Channel Islands Will.
In Guernsey there is a distinction between real estate and personal property, and other pointers.
The 28 Q&As in this briefing include: do retail funds have to be licensed and; is hedge fund regulation reform on the cards?
Comprehensive briefing includes 28 questions and answers covering all aspects of investment funds in Jersey…...
Among the questions addressed in this Q&A is: am I obliged to set up a manned office in the Bailiwick?
Employers must have strong policies in place, particularly with the family-friendly rights coming in in September, as the law in these areas can be technical.
Getting a business going in Jersey is relatively straightforward, but be aware of certain issues in areas such as licensing and ownership.
The Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority launched its online portal for the automatic exchange of tax information.
Useful guidance on whether Jersey law recognises the existence of a former trustee’s equitable lien...
On 15th December 2008, changes were made to the regulation of investment funds in Guernsey. This briefing note analyses the differences between the two regimes.
Serving foreign proceedings on Russian defendants in Russia under the Hague Convention is often problematic and time-consuming.
Jersey is one of the world’s major international finance centres.
Jersey’s planning appeal process has changed radically. Appeals will now be considered by an independent inspector.
BVI litigation and insolvency client update: includes cases featuring quasi-partnership, anti-arbitration and costs issues
Welcome to our first BVI litigation and insolvency bulletin, with updates on selected recent cases and developments.
Guernsey is renowned for being one of the leading jurisdictions for fiduciary work, having built a strong reputation over decades...
One of the aftershocks of the 2008 crash has been the rise in multi-jurisdictional insolvency-related litigation. This article outlines two cases that highlight the challenges of cross-border proceedings.
Carey Olsen’s restructuring and insolvency team has achieved a significant success in securing an order for the discharge of an administration order made pursuant to the Companies (Guernsey) Law, 2008.
The Foundations (Jersey) Law 2009 introduced a new type of entity, the foundation, into Jersey’s legal landscape. This note is a brief summary of the law.
The Jersey Law Commission recently delivered a consultation paper entitled ‘Divorce Reform’, which is refreshingly straightforward and comprehensive.