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Enforcing security over mortgage assets in the British Virgin Islands: The emerging battlegrounds

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06 Oct 2022

There has been a significant increase in the number of lenders enforcing against secured assets in the BVI, which has entailed an uptick in the appointment of out of court receivers. As heavily leveraged businesses approach a global recession, this trend is likely to continue. In this article, Christopher Pease and Megan Elms highlight the types of disputes that are arising out of such appointments. Read the full article in the attached PDF.

This article was first published with ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE Magazine.

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