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Bermuda Court exercises inherent jurisdiction to appoint protectors

In the Matter of the H Trust [2019] SC (Bda) 27 Com (30 April 2019), the Supreme Court of Bermuda delivered an important judgment in which it exercised its inherent supervisory powers over trusts to appoint protectors. In its decision, the Court also reaffirmed the wide breadth of the Court’s jurisdiction under Section 47 of […]

New Section 21 Notice Form 6A released

By Karl Anders, Deborah Brown On 1 June 2019 a new Section 21 Notice Form 6A will replace the current version. This is to coincide with the commencement of the Tenant Fees Act 2019. The main changes to the notice are in the section explaining the restrictions on terminating a tenancy under Section 21 of […]

Angola: Amendments to the Industrial Tax Code

By Samuel Fernandes de Almeida, Joana Pacheco Law 4/19, of 18 April 2019, has introduced several amendments to the Industrial Tax Code. We would highlight the following amendments: • 7% or higher foreign exchange variations in connection with fixed assets and liabilities are disregarded as income or cost for Industrial Tax purposes; • Interest borne […]

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By Ryan Bekkerus, Alexandra Kaplan and Marisa Stavenas What territory’s law typically governs the transaction agreements? Will courts in your jurisdiction recognise a choice of foreign law or a judgment from a foreign jurisdiction? In general, Portuguese law is retained for many transactions with soft domestic and international investors, certainly in all cases to govern […]

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Simmons & Simmons acted for Despa, the German open ended fund, in the £63m sale of its property at 49 Leadenhall Street to the City of London Real Property Company. The building was previously the headquarters of the Institute of London Underwriters. The team was run by property partner Alan Butler while Nabarro Nathanson advised […]

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Judges who want to surf. New rules issued by the Lord Chancellor, Lord Irvine ban judges from using the internet for online shopping or general surfing. One thousand laptops will be issued to judges to provide regular updates on cases. Tony Blair. The world’s leading internet watchdog warned the Prime Minister last week that his […]

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