Offshore: No joy for judgment creditors

James Sheedy looks at enforcing judgments against discretionary beneficiaries in Jersey The decision in Kea Investments is simply that a judgment creditor cannot take a shortcut to asset recovery by way of an arrêt. The Royal Court of Jersey has held in Kea Investments Ltd v Watson [2021] that it is not possible for a judgment …
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Offshore: A sting in the tail?

Recent Cayman Islands case law has focused on the effect of firewall and forum of administration provisions on trusts. Rachael Reynolds and Deborah Barker Roye examine current judicial thinking and how principles apply in England and Wales While the firewall legislation provides robust protection for Cayman trusts against attack from orders of foreign courts… it …
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