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Enforcement of Foreign Judgments

Editors: Oliver Browne, Tom Watret and Georgie Blears

Latham & Watkins LLP

Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into relevant treaties, conventions and other sources of law; limitation periods; types of enforceable order; competent courts; separation of recognition and enforcement; opposition; jurisdiction of the foreign court; awards and security for appeals; enforcement and pitfalls; and recent trends. 

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Kurtin PLLC | Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, etc. | 17 Jan 2022

Special Purpose Vehicles: Uses and Abuses

Special Purpose Vehicles (“SPVs”), or Special Purpose Entities, are interchangeable terms for a subsidiary company formed by a parent company…
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ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas, United Kingdom | 1 Jan 2022

Disclosure: do agents ‘control’ a party’s documents?

To what extent does the duty of disclosure apply where an agency relationship exists? The award-winning commercial lawyers at ParrisWhittaker are…
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ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas, United Kingdom | 27 Dec 2021

Marine Insurer refuses to pay yacht repair bill- and it proves costly

Repairing any significant damage to a ship or yacht will usually mean the involvement of the vessel’s insurer. When making a claim for repair, honesty…
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ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas, United Kingdom | 24 Dec 2021

What happens if speed and consumption warranties are inaccurate?

What if a ship underperforms in relation to any speed and consumption warranties that have been given by a ship owner ahead of charter? Often the…
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ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas | 20 Dec 2021

Letters of Indemnity; what you need to know

Shipping cargo - the process of getting goods from a manufacturer’s warehouse to a receiver’s warehouse by sea - is fraught with logistical…
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ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas, United Kingdom | 18 Dec 2021

Arbitration Agreements: Why clarity is key

It’s increasingly common to use arbitration as a way of determining complex shipping and other commercial disputes - not just in the Bahamas but…
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ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas, United Kingdom | 8 Dec 2021

Can a defective passage plan affect seaworthiness?

For a ship to be deemed seaworthy it must pass all relevant safety tests. At the end of the day these compliance requirements are all designed to…
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ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas, United Kingdom | 6 Dec 2021

Without motive: directors’ breach of fiduciary

Directors are reminded of the need to avoid the risk of inadvertently breaching their fiduciary duties when issuing new company shares. The…
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ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas, United Kingdom | 30 Nov 2021

Unjust enrichment claims will not defeat express terms

Businesses who contract for the sale and purchase of commercial assets are reminded to ensure all contractual terms are clear and unambiguous to…
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