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By Charles Le Maistre
Much focus has been given of late to gazumping and the potential pitfalls of the Jersey conveyancing process.
By Claire Smith, Jonathan Dauny
The case of a family who had to leave their £600,000 home of 31 years over a boundary dispute underlines the importance of getting expert legal advice over property disputes and conveyancing.
By Katharine Marshall
Last month, a long-awaited white paper setting out the "Chequers agreement" was finally released setting out the UK's vision of its future relationship with the EU after Brexit.
By Nicholas Brookes
Ogier's Nicholas Brookes has been part of the team that successfully defended a high-profile and long-running BVI trusts dispute that was fought all the way to the Privy Council.
By Simon Lofthouse
Cross-border estates are often complex, requiring clarity and care to ensure that the wishes of the testator (the person making a will) are carried out after death.
By Bradley Kruger, Michael Robinson
For businesses that have decided that they want to take the strategic decision to enter the digital age and conduct an initial coin offering (ICO),
By Nicholas Burkill, Nicholas Brookes
The claim in this matter, Zorin Sachak Khan et al v Gany Holdings et al BVI HCMAP 2014/0018, concerns the appropriation of trust property and it sought various trust-related remedies.
By Raulin Amy, Sally Edwards, Steve Meiklejohn
The Limited Liability Partnerships (Jersey) Law, 2017 (the Law) is now in force and the Registrar of Limited Liability Partnerships (the Registrar) ...
By Gavin Ferguson, Alice Bricogne, Sandie Lyne
Ogier in Guernsey has successfully achieved the removal of Salamander Trust Company Limited (Salamander) as trustee of two Guernsey law trusts and the appointment of Jupiter Trustees Limited (Jupiter) in its place.
By Eva Gyori-Toursel
Luxembourg counsel Eva Gyori-Toursel gave a recent interview to Delano in respect of the Insurance Distribution Directive that is set to come into force in October.
By Mathew Newman
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.
By Raulin Amy
Reforms to Jersey company law to create a new regime for demerging companies to facilitate the transfer of assets and liabilities ...
By Sally Edwards, James Campbell, Gavin Ferguson, Mathew Newman, Oliver Passmore, Alice Bricogne, Cline Glidden, Abby Lund
At Ogier we continue to see Jersey trust companies winning substantive mandates for new private wealth structures.
By Sara Johns
There is no doubt that blockchain, cryptocurrencies and ICOs are now part of the international financial mainstrea
By Bryon Rees
The introduction of the Private Investment Fund (the PIF) again showed why Guernsey is one of the world's leading fund domiciles and its continued ability to meet the needs of fund promoters and investors.
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