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ChBA Channel Islands Conference 2016 - Guernsey practitioner booking

Please use this webpage to book your place at the Chancery Bar Association Channel Islands Conference (Guernsey)
When 2 November 2016
from 02:00 PM to 08:00 PM
CPD accreditation
Accredited
3.00 hours
Where Fermain Valley Hotel, Guernsey
Contact Name
Contact Phone 07791 398254
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Chancery Bar Association Channel Islands Conference 2016

Fermain Valley Hotel, St Peter Port, Guernsey – Wednesday, 2nd November 2016

2.00-2.30pmRegistration & Coffee
2.30-3.00pm

The seven principles governing freezing injunctions.

  • There are seven principles that govern, or should govern, the jurisdiction of the court to grant a freezing injunction (not three as suggested by Beatson LJ in JSC BTA Bank v Ablyazov [2014] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 195, [34]).
  • An understanding of these principles is fundamental for practitioners seeking on behalf of their clients to invoke, or to resist the jurisdiction to award this draconian form of injunctive relief.

Rory Brown

9 Stone Buildings
3.00-3.30pm

When is a trustee not a trustee?

  • How trustee appointments and retirements can go wrong
  • Dealing with the consequences

Edward Hewitt

5 Stone Buildings
3.30-4.00pm

Forgery and forensics (or how not to fake a will)

  • Handwriting and graphology experts
  • Paper, toner, word-processing
  • Ink analysis

Alexander Learmonth

New Square Chambers
4.00-4.30pm Afternoon tea
4.30-5.00pm

Constructive knowledge time bar- the negligent adviser’s best friend

  • Limitation/prescription for economic torts.
  • Constructive knowledge under English law
  • Reflections on Empêchment D’agir

Peter de Verneuil Smith

3 Verulam Buildings
5.00-6.00pm

Offshore Trusts and English Divorces

  • The powers of the Family Division to vary nuptial settlements: when do they apply and how are they (ab)used.
  • Offshore trusts and English assets: Following Prest v Petrodel can the English Court make orders directly against English assets?
  • English procedure and practice: when and how can trustees participate and the effect of their deciding not to.
  • Trustee application for directions: when to apply and what questions to ask.

Eason Rajah QC

Ten Old Square

Thomas Dumont

Radcliffe Chambers

Richard Dew

Ten Old Square
6.00-8.00pm Champagne & canapé reception