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Trustees may still be penalised in costs even where the court blesses their decisions: Y Trust  JRC 135
Trustees may still be penalised in costs even where the court blesses their decisions.
The court has sought to establish the duties of directors of Cayman Islands open-ended funds.
Directors need to consider the interests of shareholders when running the company.
The range of options for a Jersey company that is in financial difficulty is relatively limited.
Finding a path between conflicting interests that affect the company is a challenge directors must meet.
The law is specific that a director must act ‘with a view to the best interests of the company’. Identifying what this means is more difficult.
The definition of ‘director’ under the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 is, paradoxically, both straightforward and circular.
An overview of the legal and regulatory considerations when establishing a closed-ended fund in Guernsey.
An overview of the legal and regulatory considerations when establishing an open-ended fund in Guernsey.
The Cayman Islands has enacted the Patents and Trade Marks Law 2011.
King v HM Procureur decision strikes down extra-territorial effect of Guernsey restrain orders.
These notes are intended to provide an introduction to the main features of the Limited Liability Partnerships (Jersey) Law.
Mourant Ozannes looks at the main issues for a retailer to consider when taking on a lease in Guernsey and Jersey.
The Cayman Islands is widely recognised as a leading jurisdiction for the registration of business jet aircraft.
The Guernsey States of Deliberation have approved changes to the Companies (Guernsey) Law, 2008 (the “Companies Law”), which include several key changes affecting insolvencies in Guernsey.
This briefing explains the attractions for international managers, sponsors and investors of the Cayman Islands as the jurisdiction in which to domicile a private equity fund.
The regulatory regime in the Cayman Islands requires certain open-ended investment funds to register with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) as regulated mutual funds.
The basic structure of a Guernsey foundation may feel very familiar to those accustomed to dealing with private foundations in other jurisdictions.
There are so many things to consider when embarking upon a development project, or even an extension or alteration of your home or garden space, you might be forgiven for not immediately considering the impact that your plans might have on the flora and fauna dependent on your land.
The mere mention of asbestos can set alarm bells ringing for any person with an interest in property, whether that is as a landlord, tenant, managing agent or owner.