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Risk Management For Trustees: Practical Lessons From Recent Cases About Providing Security For The Outgoing Trustee´s Indemnity And No-Contest Clauses
Most trustees understandably want nothing to do with litigation. The experience of making or defending a hostile claim is usually bad for business and certainly counterproductive to good relations between all of the parties involved in administering a trust, or who have an interest in the assets held on trust.
Cayman Islands
3 Oct 2007
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A Fine Balance: Two Recent Cases From The Cayman Islands
No offshore jurisdiction that wishes to be taken seriously will hold itself out as the ideal place to shelter ill-gotten gains or to squirrel away assets behind opaque legislation.
Cayman Islands
3 Oct 2007
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A Fine Balance: Two Recent Cases From The Cayman Islands*
No offshore jurisdiction that wishes to be taken seriously will hold itself out as the ideal place to shelter ill-gotten gains or to squirrel away assets behind opaque legislation. However, the trust is the quintessential "asset protection" device in the sense that it has been used successfully for centuries as a way of preserving and planning estates.
Cayman Islands
21 Jun 2007
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To Sue Or Not To Sue: A Note On A Recent Decision Of The Grand Court Of The Cayman Islands Dealing With ´No-Contest´ Clauses
In a modern discretionary trust, in particular those which are set up in complex commercial structures, there is a concern is to ensure that the trust can be efficiently and effectively administered without undue interference.
Cayman Islands
25 Jan 2007
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Death, Divorce and Taxes: Their Impact on Cayman Islands Trusts
The contentious trusts practitioner in the Cayman Islands often finds him or her self occupied in defending the trust at the offshore frontier against challenges from disgruntled heirs, spouses and creditors including foreign revenue authorities and a great deal of time and attention has been spent in developing a statutory framework which incorporates comprehensive foreign element provisions designed to allow for certainty for those settling Cayman trusts.
Cayman Islands
7 Mar 2006
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The Trust Protector: A Survey of Cayman Cases Dealing With This "Creature of The Trust"
In spite of that clear-cut ordinary, natural meaning, the roles and duties of trust protectors can often be anything but.
Cayman Islands
19 Jan 2006
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