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Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas | India | 10 Mar 2022

Senior citizens: safeguarding property rights

The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act 2007 was enacted to ensure that elderly people in India receive speedier justice and security. Today this law acts as a beacon of hope for people aged 60 and above. While the primary focus of the Act is to provide maintenance rights to the elderly, it also provides for certain property-related rights. This article discusses such......
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DLA Piper | Global | 13 Dec 2021

Legal opinions and when to use them

Solicitors routinely provide opinions on a wide variety of issues, and legal opinions are an essential part of many major transactions. In each…
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Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom | 30 Sep 2021

Bankrupt Beneficiaries and risks for personal representatives

While testators generally have freedom to decide how to dispose of their assets in England and Wales, there are limits to this freedom, including…
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A&L Goodbody | Ireland | 18 May 2021

TAC determination: VAT recovery entitlement in relation to the acquisition of investment property

The TAC issued its determination on 23 February 2021 in relation to an appeal concerning VAT recovery entitlement regarding the acquisition of…
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PRO Compliance | Central & Eastern Europe, United Kingdom | 21 Jul 2020

UK court rules on access to personal devices in competition claims

A UK court has ordered Vodafone, O2 and EE to ask their employees to turn over personal phones and emails for inspection by Phones 4U’s IT consultants, as part of the defunct retailer’s standalone antitrust claim against the mobile operators.
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Mills Oakley | Australia | 9 Apr 2020

How will COVID-19 impact superannuation and property settlements in Family Law?

Whilst we have heard that the current situation is unprecedented and it is unknown how long we are expected to endure the current climate, it is…
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Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 19 Jul 2019

Is there such a thing as ‘too late’ to be doing my property settlement?

Strict time limits apply to formalising property settlement matters, whether you have been in a de facto relationship or if you were married. Parties…
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Anthony Gold | United Kingdom | 18 Jul 2019

What is proprietary estoppel and why might it concern you?

In very general terms estoppels operate to enforce the terms of a promise. Proprietary estoppel may enable someone to claim a beneficial interest in a…
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DLA Piper | Canada | 12 Jun 2019

Location, location, location: BC amends rules on debtor location under Personal Property Security Act

On June 1st, 2019, amendments to the British Columbia Personal Property Security Act came into force which will provide greater certainty to the…
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Ogier | Jersey | 18 Apr 2019

At a glance guide to Jersey wills for non-domiciled individuals

Personal assets that most commonly need to be accessed in Jersey following the death of a non-domiciled person are shares in Jersey companies and Jersey bank accounts and investments. If individuals are domiciled outside Jersey, they need not prepare a separate will to cover their Jersey personal estate if they already have a valid one which covers their worldwide personal estate; however,......
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