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Guernsey: all potentially interested parties to be considered by the court when blessing a decision of trustees
The Guernsey Court of Appeal has upheld a decision blessing a trustee’s decision to pay for the costs of refinancing a trust asset from the assets of a family trust.
Jersey has approximately 30 tax information exchange agreements currently in force, with more in various stages of negotiation and agreement.
The Garnet litigation highlights the potential repercussions for banks and financial institutions in reporting suspicion and a resulting refusal of consent by the FIS.
To appeal a decision of the Royal Court, a party must serve a notice of appeal within one month from the date the judgment or order was ‘pronounced’.
In Re C (a Bankrupt) BVIHC 0080/2013: common law recognition of a foreign bankruptcy trustee in the BVI
In Re C (a Bankrupt) BVIHC 0080/2013, Mr Justice Bannister QC allowed common law recognition of a foreign bankruptcy trustee for the first time in the BVI.
The Guernsey Court of Appeal has reinstated an asset restraint order made over assets in a trust, where a beneficiary of that trust faced criminal proceedings in South Africa.
Mourant Ozannes has examined the principles relating to costs in non-adversarial trust proceedings.
What is the role of the Royal Court of Jersey in trustee applications for directions regarding disclosure of trust information?
The Royal Court of Jersey has blessed the decision of the trustee of the Y Trust to refuse disclosure of information concerning the trust to the first respondent.
Royal Court clarifies limits of customary law exception in respect of time-barred breach-of-trust claims brought by incoming trustee
Where a newly incorporated PTC recently appointed as successor trustee seeks to bring claims for breach of trust against predecessors, it will not be able to benefit from empêchement d’agir.
Direct disclosure obligations resulting from joinder of adult beneficiaries to matrimonial proceedings affecting trusts
The trustees had applied to the Royal Court of Jersey and the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court for the approval of their decisions not to participate in the English financial remedy proceedings.
While a business founder may have come up with a brilliant invention, he or she may be totally unfamiliar with even the most basic corporate concepts.
The continuing obligations of Cayman Islands regulated funds are set out in the Companies Law and Mutual Funds Law (as amended).
The Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 provides Jersey with a modern, efficient regime for the creation and enforcement of security interests in intangible property.
Jersey has its own legal system and is a separate jurisdiction from that of England and Wales.
After many years in the pipeline, the draft Financial Services Ombudsman (Jersey) Law 201- has been lodged for debate in the States of Jersey.
The Royal Court has, for the first time, allowed an appeal against the issuing by the Comptroller of a notice to disclose documents under the TIEA regulations.
This table provides a comparison of certain provisions of the Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 and the Security Interests (Jersey) Law 1983.
The JFSC has published a guidance note relating to insurance business transfer schemes under the Insurance Business (Jersey) Law 1996.
Limitation periods in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) are imposed by statute, namely the Limitation Ordinance 1961.
Limitation periods in the Cayman Islands are imposed by statute, namely the Limitation Law (1996 Revision).