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New Act Targets Facilitation Of Tax Evasion
On 27 April 2017, the Criminal Finances Act 2017 received Royal Assent. It is expected to come into effect in September 2017, and will introduce the new corporate criminal offence of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion.
Guernsey
29 Aug 2017
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Guide To Recognition And Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments In Guernsey
Guernsey is a distinct jurisdiction from that of England and Wales with its own legal history, legal system and laws.
Guernsey
21 Mar 2016
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Guide To Asset Freezing Injunctions In Guernsey
A major risk facing anyone bringing a claim is that the defendant will use the period between becoming aware of the claim and trial to dispose of or hide his assets, so that they will not be available to satisfy a judgment.
Guernsey
21 Mar 2016
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Guide To Corporate Administration Orders In Guernsey
A number of recent cases, which have come before the Royal Court, demonstrate the flexible and pragmatic nature of the regime.
Guernsey
21 Mar 2016
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Notable Appleby Guernsey Corporate Insolvency Matters
Appleby's insolvency and restructuring team in Guernsey have been involved in a number of high value corporate insolvency matters in 2014.
Guernsey
10 Feb 2015
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The Alderney Court Orders The Just And Equitable Winding Up Of Full Tilt Poker
The Court of Alderney recently ordered that a group of Alderney companies previously carrying on the business of the online poker site Full Tilt Poker, be wound up on the grounds that they had lost their substratum and it was in the public interest and reputation of the Bailiwick of Guernsey that they be wound up.
Guernsey
7 Nov 2013
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Developments In Guernsey Corporate Insolvency Law
There have been a number of recent developments in the area of corporate insolvency law which will impact on Guernsey insolvency procedures.
Guernsey
28 Aug 2013
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The Enforceability Of Foreign Insolvency Judgments In Guernsey In The Light Of Rubin v Eurofinance
In its recent judgment in Rubin v Eurofinance SA; New Cap Reinsurance Corp Ltd v Grant [2012] UKSC 46, the UK Supreme Court considered the extent to which the English courts would recognise and enforce a judgment made in non-EU foreign insolvency proceedings.
Guernsey
27 Aug 2013
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The Enforceability Of Foreign Insolvency Judgments In Guernsey
In its recent judgment in "Rubin v Eurofinance S.A.; New Cap Reinsurance Corpn. v Grant", the UK Supreme Court considered the extent to which the English courts should recognise and enforce a judgment made in non-EU foreign insolvency proceedings
Guernsey
21 Mar 2013
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