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A team from Ogier’s Cayman office has advised Gatehouse Bank on its joint venture with Sigma Capital for the £110m development of rental homes.
Ogier has announced that Caroline Bormans joined the Luxembourg office as a partner on 15 September 2014.
Ogier Legal in Jersey has acted for Moorfield Real Estate Fund II and SEGRO.
Ogier Corporate Administration has received approval to its variation of regulatory permission application to act as a trustee or depositary of an AIF.
Ogier Fiduciary Services has announced the promotion of Charles Le Cornu to director. The firm has also welcomed new directors Simon King and Jon Barratt.
Ogier has advised Intu on its acquisition of a 50 per cent interest in Merry Hill shopping centre and 100 per cent interests in Derby shopping centre and Sprucefield retail park.
The bailiff was recently asked to consider an application from Mrs Le Cras for a ruling from the court as to the interpretation of her late father’s two wills.
The Court of Appeal considered the way in which the matrimonial property regime in Russia would be recognised in respect of English property held in a Cayman law trust.
This case is a useful refresher on the topic of provision of information by a trustee to a beneficiary.
A cross-practice team at Ogier in Jersey and Guernsey has been formalised to create Ogier Local Legal Services.
In July 2013, Luxembourg legislation came into force specifically tailored to the needs of private-equity/real-estate investment managers.
Ogier has advised entities affiliated with Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co on the acquisition of three retail parks in Oxford, Sunderland and Glasgow.
Buying an apartment by ‘share transfer’ is very different to a freehold purchase and involves buying a block of shares in a company.
Jersey’s system of freehold conveyancing has its origins in the Public Registry established by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1602.
The ‘Loi (1991) sur la copropriété des immeubles bâtis’ was enacted to enable units within buildings to be sold on a freehold basis instead of by share transfer.
Ogier has advised Sinarmas Land Ltd on a £84m real-estate transaction.