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The Extent Of Implication - Break Clauses And Reimbursement Of Rent In Commercial Leases
The recent decision of the Supreme Court of England and Wales poses important points to be considered by commercial landlords, tenants and agents...
Guernsey
9 May 2016
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Insolvent Trust: A Misnomer?
However the Royal Court of Jersey has noted that the phrase is useful shorthand for a situation that may have been encountered by many trust practitioners.
Jersey
30 Oct 2015
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When Is A Trustee Or A Protector Not A Trustee Or A Protector?
In the Representation of the Jasmine Trustees Limited [2015] JRC 196 the Royal Court had to consider whether or not new trustees and protectors had been validly appointed to two trusts...
Jersey
22 Oct 2015
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Removal Of A Protector After Loss Of Trust And Confidence
On 14th July 2015 the Royal Court of Guernsey handed down judgment in a case that will be of interest to all trust and fiduciary practitioners.
Guernsey
27 Jul 2015
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Bad-Faith Warnings Are "Inappropriate Short Cuts" Court Of Appeal Warns!
We are commonly asked by employers whether an employee's existing disciplinary sanction can be taken into account in subsequent disciplinary processes for unrelated events.
Guernsey
26 May 2015
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Subject To A Breach Of Trust For Investments Losses? From When Will Prescription Run?
In a recent Guernsey case the key issue for the Court was the date on which the party bringing the claim had the requisite knowledge of the breaches of trust to start time running under the Guernsey trust law.
Guernsey
14 May 2015
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Rihanna Wins At Court Of Appeal In Topshop T-Shirt Case
Back in 2013, Rihanna successfully sued Topshop for passing off after they had produced a t-shirt with the famous singer's image on it.
Guernsey
2 Feb 2015
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Knowledge Is Power; Information Is Liberating - With Help From The Guernsey Court
The Guernsey Court has confirmed that, in rare circumstances, it is appropriate for trustees to demand information from beneficiaries.
Guernsey
22 Sep 2014
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