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Onward For The Ombudsman
The Royal Court has recently handed down its judgment in the first judicial review of a decision of the Channel Islands Financial Ombudsman ("CIFO") Future Finance Limited v Channel Islands
Jersey
5 Apr 2019
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Economic Torts: Another Way To Pursue The Person Behind The Corporate Veil
You provide goods or services to a company, but the company is unable to pay. You know that the person behind the company, who received the benefit of the contract, has the money to pay – and that he is responsible for the company being insolvent.
Jersey
11 Oct 2018
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Reach for the SARs
The JFSC has been focusing heavily on Suspicious Activity Reports ("SARs") recently. This is understandable. SARs are a crucial part of the regulatory framework. If regulated businesses are properly reporting suspicions of criminal conduct then the law enforcement agencies receive vital ammunition for cleaning up the finance industry and investigating crime without lifting a finger.
Jersey
12 Sep 2017
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Fraud: A Jersey Perspective
Investigating and pursuing serious and complex fraud claims is about staying ahead of the game. Most serious frauds will have an international element, whether in the substantive action or in asset recovery.
Jersey
27 Mar 2017
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Limitation Period For Breach Of Fiduciary Duty – 3 Years Or 10?
It has never been clearly decided what limitation period applies in Jersey to a claim alleging breach of fiduciary duty against a company director or other fiduciary.
Jersey
12 Oct 2016
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Corporate Recovery & Insolvency 2015 - Jersey Chapter
Jersey law distinguishes between two types of property – immovable (i.e. real property) and movable property (which can be both tangible and intangible).
Jersey
20 Aug 2015
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Dishonest Assistance – Understanding The Risks: Guidance Note
Dishonest assistance is a category of secondary liability that can attach to a person who assists in a breach of trust or a breach of fiduciary duty.
Jersey
5 May 2015
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"Honestly, I Had No Idea!" Unquestioning Loyalty To Your Client Can Make You Dishonest, If Your Client Is A Fraudster
This recent judgment of the Royal Court of Jersey is a wake-up call to offshore fiduciaries and corporate service providers
Jersey
19 Nov 2014
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Eagerly Anticipated Trial Compromised On Day One - Dalemont Limited v Senatorov And Others
Two central questions lay at the heart of the trial in Dalemont which was due to commence on 30 September 2013, but which did not go ahead following a concession of the claim by Mr Senatorov less than an hour before the trial was due to start.
Jersey
19 Mar 2014
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A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum
The Jersey Court of Appeal ("Leeds United Football Club Limited v Weston and Levi" [2012] JCA 083) has confirmed the Royal Court’s ruling ([2011] JRC 185) that there is a clear distinction between challenging the jurisdiction of the Jersey court and seeking a stay in favour of a more appropriate forum.
Jersey
15 May 2012
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Tax Information Exchange Agreements – The Essentials
The purpose of TIEAs is to facilitate the exchange between countries of information relevant to the enforcement of tax laws. TIEAs have their origins in the OECD's initiative on "harmful tax practices", launched in 1998. In 2002 Jersey publicly committed itself to supporting the initiative. The need to exchange tax information is a major part of the initiative
Jersey
19 Jul 2011
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