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Reciprocal enforcement between Hong Kong and China – expanded options
BVI, Cayman Islands or Bermuda companies listed or with underlying operations in mainland China or Hong Kong can now take advantage of an improved regime for the reciprocal enforcement of judgments between the two …
Splitting the costs: The BVI Court retains a discretion to order costs at the end of the liability phase of a split trial
On 17 January 2024, the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal handed down its decision in Lau Man Sang, James…
Empowering Judgment Creditors: The Impact of Lakatamia Shipping Company v Tseng Yu Hsia and other
In the recent decision in Lakatamia Shipping Company Ltd v Hsia and another (the Lakatamia Ruling), the UK Commercial Court provided helpful commentary on …
The “inordinate, inexcusable and prejudicial” delay
In a recent decision of Wycliffe Baird v David Goldgar and another, the Court of Appeal of Saint Christopher and Nevis has confirmed the position that an appeal can be struck out or dismissed for want of prosecut…
Is a nod and a wink enough?
The BVI court recently handed down its judgment in Strong Fort Global v Solar Achiever Limited, Concept Pioneer Limited and Harkom Corporate Services. This matter revolved around the central issue of whether an al…
Company and its directors have no leg to stand on in latest Privy Council ruling concerning claims against a company receiver
In a recent Privy Council decision in Arjoon v Daniel [2023] UKPC 42, on appeal from the Court of Appeal …
"Nuclear Option" – Cayman Islands Court refuses to press the PL appointment button
In the Matter of Position Mobile Ltd SEZC, the Cayman Islands Court re-affirmed the availability but draconian nature of the appointment of a provisional liquidator)...
Cayman Islands Chief Justice dowses fire in "apparent bias" case
In the recent decision of Bodden v Civil Service Appeals Commission, the Cayman Islands Grand Court considered whether the Commission was required to expressly articulate and apply the test of apparent bias.
The long road: Privy Council delivers final judgment in Primeo (in Liquidation) v Bank of Bermuda & HSBC
The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (the Board) has unanimously adjudicated on the remaining issues...
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