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Privy Council Upholds Disclosure Notices In Leading Tax Case
The Privy Council has confirmed that the powers of the Comptroller of Taxes and the Attorney General to require the production of pre-existing documents do not violate the privilege against self-incrimination.
Jersey
15 Jul 2019
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Fund Finance And Releases Of Investor Commitments: How Can Lenders Protect Themselves?
Although the fund finance market has historically been, and continues to be, a particularly low-risk one for lenders
Guernsey
18 Dec 2018
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Liang V RBC Trustees (Guernsey) Limited - SARs And Private Law Actions – The 'Chilling Effect' Of Guernsey's AML Legislation In Practice
Carey Olsen partner Mark Dunster and counsel Simon Florance consider the recent judgment in Liang v RBC Trustees (Guernsey) Limited – the first time a private law action...
Guernsey
5 Sep 2018
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Chambers Global Practice Guide 2018 - Anti-Corruption
In the Cayman Islands, the main legislation relating to anti-bribery and anti-corruption is the Anti-Corruption Law (2016 Revision) (referred to hereafter as the "Law").
Cayman Islands
8 Jan 2018
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Trusts & Trustees Article: The Criminal Offences Of Failure To Prevent Tax Evasion
Sir Winston Churchill, with inimitable wit, contended that, ‘for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle'.
UK
6 Dec 2017
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The Tax Man Cometh: The Criminal Offences Of Failure To Prevent Tax Evasion
On 30 September 2017, the UK Criminal Finances Act 2017 (the CFA) will come into force, along with its newly-focused corporate criminal offences of failure to prevent facilitation of tax evasion.
Guernsey
6 Sep 2017
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Jersey Pre-Action Disclosure Orders:- Discovery As To Fraud Methodology
This is Jersey’s first substantive Court of Appeal judgment on disclosure orders against third parties applying the Jersey approach to the legal principle which arose in the English case of Norwich Pharmacal –v- Customs & Excise (1974).
Jersey
5 Oct 2007
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