- Trust assets in Jersey—enforcement of foreign confiscation order
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- What were the background facts of the case?
- What were the main issues arising?
- How did the court decide those issues, and why?
- What are the implications of this decision?
Private Client analysis: The striking out of the application of the Attorney General of Jersey to enforce a Danish confiscation order in AG v Rosenlund provides a reminder that, in the absence of a clear legislative intention to depart from conventional principles of trust and property law, those principles will be applied to determine whether assets are liable to confiscation. Andreas Kistler, partner, and Louise Woolrich, senior associate at Carey Olsen, examine the background to the case and the significance of the decision.
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