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This page is dedicated to keeping readers informed of the latest news and thought leadership articles from law firms across the globe.

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Articles contributed by Sinels

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Sinels Quaterly Review

December 2011 - Corporate & Commercial. Legal Developments by Sinels .

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Can trustees exclude liability for gross negligence?

Lifting the corporate veil in Jersey 

Intelligence and the Bribery Act 2010 

Philip Sinel is awarded Dispute Resolution Lawyer of the Year in Jersey 

Wealthbriefing - Knowing or Unknowing Receipt

December 2010 - Finance. Legal Developments by Sinels .

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In the recent case of Bagus Investments v. Kastening , the Royal Court of Jersey signalled that the English claim of ‚Äėknowing receipt‚Äô might be known in Jersey law.

SAFE HAVEN

May 2010 - Corporate & Commercial. Legal Developments by Sinels .

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For many, the recent conclusion of the Alhatnrani dispute, Jersey's most expensive court case, has confirmed that the island remains a safe and well-regulated jurisdiction, not only to establish trusts in, but also as a secure destination in which to conduct commercial litigation when things go wrong.

Leeds United vs AdMatch ruling dismantles protectionism surrounding Jersey based legal cases

June 2009 - Litigation & Dispute Resolution. Legal Developments by Sinels .

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The recent decision of the Jersey Court of Appeal in the Leeds United Association Football Club Limited and another v AdMatch case has enhanced both the quantity and quality of justice in Jersey

Protecting your position as trustee: obtaining the Court’s approval of a trustee’s proposed deci

March 2009 - Litigation & Dispute Resolution. Legal Developments by Sinels .

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1.         Introduction 1.1             Generally and historically speaking, trusteeship is an office of personal confidence and a trustee is not able either to it or allow another to exercise it unless the settlement so provides.  Lord Langdale put this duty as follows in the case of Turner v. Corney[1] as far back as 1841: