Offshore: What is appropriate?

Robert Lindley and Wesley O’Brien discuss cases where offshore courts act as auxiliaries to those onshore Generally, for a foreign judgment to be capable of enforcement in an offshore common law jurisdiction such as Cayman or Jersey, it must be final and conclusive, for the payment of a sum of money and made by a …
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Cases Referenced

  • Charalambous v Charalambous [2004] WTLR 1061
  • Compass Trustees Ltd v McBarnett [2002] JLR 321; [2003] WTLR 461 RC (Jersey)
  • Geneva Trust Company (GTC) SA v IDF & anor (Re Stingray Trust) (2020) FSD 248 of 2017 (IKJ) (21 December 2020)
  • HSBC International Trustee Ltd v Tan Poh Lee & ors (2019) FSD 175 of 2019 (IKJ) (16 October 2019)
  • Mubarak v Mubarik [2008] JCA 196; [2009] WTLR 1543 RC (Jersey)
  • Re A Trust [2016] 2 CILR 416
  • Re B Trust [2006] JRC 185; [2007] WTLR 1361 RC (Jersey)
  • Re B Trust [2010] 2 CILR 248