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Ogier
Welcome to the first edition of Inside Track - the new guide to everything related to the Cayman property world from Ogier's specialist team.
Broadhurst LLC
Purchasing a residential property is often the single biggest financial transaction of a person's life.
Walkers
New legislative amendments have addressed a discrepancy in the Development and Planning Regulations (2015 Revision) in respect of setback requirements for buildings of more than seven storeys.
Campbells
A recent decision of the Grand Court may affect role of developers of strata corporations in the Cayman Islands...
Maples and Calder
The Cayman Islands has adopted the Torrens Title system of land registration.
Walkers
A recent decision of the Grand Court has affirmed the relevance of the 1997 Development Plan within Cayman's development and planning regime and in so doing has cast doubt over the Central Planning Authority's ability to effectively deal with ‘high rise' developments exceeding seven storeys in height.
Walkers
The process for obtaining planning permission for development of property in the Cayman Islands has been updated as a result of the latest revision of the Development and Planning Law and accompanying regulations (July 2015).
Maples and Calder
George Loutas provides an up-to-date and accessible summary of the key legal and practical developments in the area of real estate law in the Cayman Islands...
Forbes Hare
It is common for the developers of resort hotel and condominium developments to seek to control future rentals of condominium apartments within the resort that are to be sold to third party owners.
Maples and Calder
The Cayman Islands has adopted the Torrens Title system of land registration.
Solomon Harris
In this article Ian Jamieson, Head of Property and Banking at Solomon Harris, examines the case of CIBC Cayman Limited v R. Christiansen and e. Christiansen [2008 CLIR 103] and provides advice to lenders on the ramifications. thereof
Ogier
In recent years, Jersey and Guernsey have capitalised on the large scale growth in property funds and other property holding vehicles including property unit trusts.
Travers Thorp Alberga
In 1971, the Government of the Cayman Islands enacted the Registered Land Law. This Law introduced a system of land registration which is accurate, efficient, and simple. This system is similar in a number of ways to the registered land system in the United Kingdom and to the Australian Torrens System (invented by Sir Robert R. Torrens, an Australian who on the 27th of January, 1858, introduced a bill in South Australia which later became in Australia The Real Property Act).
Hunter & Hunter
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Ogier
Welcome to the first edition of Inside Track - the new guide to everything related to the Cayman property world from Ogier's specialist team.
Broadhurst LLC
Purchasing a residential property is often the single biggest financial transaction of a person's life.
Walkers
A recent decision of the Grand Court has affirmed the relevance of the 1997 Development Plan within Cayman's development and planning regime and in so doing has cast doubt over the Central Planning Authority's ability to effectively deal with ‘high rise' developments exceeding seven storeys in height.
Maples and Calder
The Cayman Islands has adopted the Torrens Title system of land registration.
Walkers
New legislative amendments have addressed a discrepancy in the Development and Planning Regulations (2015 Revision) in respect of setback requirements for buildings of more than seven storeys.
Campbells
A recent decision of the Grand Court may affect role of developers of strata corporations in the Cayman Islands...
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