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By Chelon Carr-Newbold
So it is best to engage an attorney early.
By Kendira R. Turnquest
The Act further encourages exemption of real property taxes.
By Sophia Rolle-Kapousouzoglou, Olivia Moss
The Bahamas has long been established as an international financial centre in which foreign companies, complex commercial funds and special purpose vehicles invoke the jurisdiction of the Bahamian court ...
By Ramonne Gardiner
Since 2001, international organisations such as FATF have pressured offshore financial centres like the Bahamas to pass legislation to increase transparency within our financial services sector.
By Nateisha L. Anderson-Bain
The Bahamas has an unregistered land system that is based on the conveyancing laws of England and Wales prior to 1925.
By Scott Cruickshank
The BVI Arbitration Act came into force on 1 October 2014 and epitomises the BVI's support for arbitral proceedings both within the jurisdiction and abroad.
By Scott Cruickshank
Lennox Paton acted for Nilon Limited who succeeded in their defence of a claim to rectify their share register brought by Royal Westminster Investments SA.
By Rob McIntyre
The incubator fund will appeal to managers who want to move quickly and establish a track record whilst keeping set-up costs low and without having to comply with onerous regulatory obligations.
By Sophia Rolle-Kapousouzoglou
As laws, regulations and business challenges evolve we must be sure we adapt quickly and effectively.
By Sophia Rolle-Kapousouzoglou
As laws, regulations and business challenges evolve we must be sure we adapt quickly and effectively
By Michelle Neville-Clarke
This Explanatory Note is not intended to provide a technical legal analysis of the provisions of the Investment Fund Act, 2003.
By Michelle Neville-Clarke, Michael Paton
The primary objective of the ICON Act is to facilitate the formation of an investment condominium in the Bahamas between participants.
By Rob McIntyre
In 2012 a new "regulatory light" regime for certain investment managers was introduced in the British Virgin Islands.