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By Mark Dunlop, Alasdair Hunter, Martin Paul, Tim Pearce, Malcolm Ellis, Antony Clerehugh, Bruce Scott
Jersey law security over Jersey intangible movable property such as shares, units and bank accounts is taken by way of a security interest
By Edward Bennett, Sara Johns, Guy Westmacott, Louise Hassell
The Companies (Jersey) Law 1991, as amended (the "Law") has long been recognised as a robust but modern companies law which has adopted a versatile and flexible approach to corporate regulation.
By Sara Johns, Guy Westmacott, Edward Bennett
The Companies (Jersey) Law 1991, as amended (the "1991 Law") provides for companies incorporated in Jersey to be either public or private.
By Sara Johns, Guy Westmacott, Mark Dunlop, Edward Bennett
This briefing discusses the different types of Jersey companies and provides an outline of the procedure for their incorporation.
By Martin Paul, Sara Johns, Guy Westmacott, Simon Morris
The Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (the "Law") came into force on 30 March 1992. Since that date, the Law has been periodically amended
By Donna Withers
A second international bank in Jersey has been fined for the offence of intermeddling under the Probate (Jersey) Law 1998 (the "Probate Law").
By Jonathan Fitzgibbons, Susan Lock
The Cayman Islands Data Protection Law is in force as of 30 September 2019. This article provides a summary of the main provisions of the Data Protection Law and highlights some important ...
By Tom Wright, Laura Hatfield
In August 2019, the Commercial Court in London ("Commercial Court") granted an asset preservation order ("APO")
By Sara Johns, Guy Westmacott
In or around 2020, material changes are expected to be made to the Competition (Jersey) Law 2005 (the "Law")...
By Sara Johns, Guy Westmacott
Nearly 15 years ago, Jersey introduced a competition law for the first time - the Competition (Jersey) Law 2005 (the "Law").
By Sara Johns, Guy Westmacott, Mark Dunlop
On 1 September 2018, the Companies (Demerger) (Jersey) Regulations 2018 (the "Regulations") came into force
By Sara Johns, Tim Pearce, Guy Westmacott
With £184 billion market capitalisation held by Jersey listed companies on global exchanges as of 30 June 2019, this briefing explores why Jersey vehicles remain such a popular choice for taking international businesses to market.
By Malcolm Ellis, Alasdair Hunter, Guy Westmacott, Martin Paul, Sara Johns
A summary winding up is a statutory procedure used to wind up a solvent Jersey company. It may be commenced by a Jersey company (which is not a limited life company or other company of limited duration) that:
By Rob Gardner, Edward Drummond
There are two principal regimes for corporate insolvency in Jersey: désastre and winding-up.
By Jeff O'Boyle
2,870 retail stores have closed in the UK in the first half of 2019, and the British Retail Consortium has estimated that 900,000 retail jobs could be lost by the end of 2025.
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