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Ogier
The Guernsey Court of Appeal in Molard International (PTC) Limited and Pullborough Int. Corp v Rusnano Capital AG (in liquidation),
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen lawyers Simon Florance, Julia Schaefer and Rachel de la Haye have been admitted as advocates of the Royal Court of Guernsey.
Walkers
Can the beneficiaries of a discretionary trust require the trustees to terminate the trust and distribute the trust property, in circumstances where a power to add further beneficiaries exists?
Carey Olsen
In the recent case of S (a minor), B (a minor) & Equal Opportunities in Sport v Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association [2018] SC (Bda) 82 Civ the Supreme Court decided who qualifies as a "citizen" or "national" of...
Appleby
Many offshore jurisdictions have dug into the foundations of proposed winding-up petitions to determine if a winding-up is indeed appropriate.
Ogier
Over the last four decades, the trust industry in the Channel Islands has witnessed enormous growth and change, precipitating a corresponding evolution ...
Ogier
Workplace stress is often a trigger for employment disputes and claims – and better stress management can help to prevent time-consuming, costly and reputationally damaging conflict.
Ogier
This emphasises one of the Island's key strengths – that Guernsey's trusts legislation and its well established court and its wealth of case law provide certainty and clarity for trustees.
Ogier
The long awaited judgment of the Guernsey Court of Appeal in M v St Annes Trustees has now been handed down.
Ogier
With a number of significant recent court decisions, the past year has significantly advanced jurisprudence in Guernsey trust law.
Walkers
When negotiating difficult trust matters, candid correspondence can lower temperatures and enable parties to work constructively to resolve disputes.
Carey Olsen
The Royal Court of Guernsey has handed down judgment In the matter of P Limited which outlines the approach to be adopted when considering applications ...
Appleby
If not and a check is appropriate, then consideration must be given to the level of check.
Ogier
An anti-anti suit injunction is a form of anti-suit injunctive relief granted by a particular court to stop a party pursuing an application for an anti-suit injunction in another court.
Ogier
A judgment on what is thought to be the largest civil case in Guernsey's history handed down on 4 September by the island's Royal Court cleared Carlyle Capital Corporation...
Ogier
A recent decision of the Royal Court has considered for the first time in open court the issue of whether an agreement with a third party to fund litigation would be void as a matter of Guernsey...
Ogier
Having any sort of problem or issue with your neighbours is stressful, and it's made all the more difficult if there are no formal procedures in place to resolve a dispute after every other attempt to reach...
Ogier
The appointment of a provisional liquidator is not often pursued as the practical implications are draconian: directors lose the ability to control and manage the company's affairs.
Bedell Cristin Cayman Partnership
This much anticipated Law came into force on 12 December 2016. It replaces the previous legislation from 1982 which was widely considered to be outdated and inefficient...
Ogier
Trust law in China is rather different from that in common-law jurisdictions. A trust is not a turnkey product and is definitely not an off-the-shelf structure, and that is not an easy concept to understand,
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