Introduction The Royal Court of Jersey has held in the case of Kea Investments Limited v Watson  that it is not possible for a judgment creditor to obtain execution against the interest of a discretionary beneficiary under a Jersey trust. Although a beneficiary’s interest is a species of movable property, it is not transmissible…
Important changes were made to the UK’s deemed domicile regime in 2017 which are now a significant area of risk for offshore trustees with UK resident settlors.
An analysis of the possible ramifications of the English High Court’s decision in Pugachev and its impact on Jersey trusts, approaches to ‘trust busting’ and the inherent risks in Jersey’s reservation of powers legislation.
Q: What is the limitation period for a claim for breach of duty against a director of a Jersey company? A: How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?