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Employment law | Monitoring employees emails On 5 September 2017, the ECHR ruled on the issue over Employer’s monitoring employees’ […]

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If you are planning to sell a property it would be advisable to review your drainage systems to ensure they […]

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Overview When you borrow money from a Bank or other lender they will invariably take a charge over your property […]

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What is a share transfer property? The concept of ownership of a share transfer property does not mean that you […]

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First Time Buyers of Freehold or Share Transfer Property Do you qualify as a first time buyer for stamp duty […]

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Overview When you borrow money from a Bank or other lender they will invariably take a charge over your property […]

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What is a flying freehold? Flying freehold is a form of co-ownership: A larger property is divided into individual apartments, […]

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What is Freehold The concept of ownership is, in Jersey law, very simple: a person owns land or he does […]

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Directors’ Duties under Jersey Law The general statement of directors’ duties in Jersey is set out in Article 74(1) of […]

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What is constructive dismissal in the context of employment law?   Our experience in Jersey indicates that employers commonly misunderstand […]

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As a smaller Jersey business should I worry about employees using social media in the workplace? While social media is […]

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With the age of social media, many employers encourage their employees to be active on social media and networking sites […]

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The breakdown of human relationships can cause great stress, anxiety and problems. The process of separation and divorce is rarely […]

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How do you make a probate application in Jersey? It is not possible to re-seal a Grant of Probate in […]

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The Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (the “Companies Law”) includes provisions enabling: A company incorporated in a foreign jurisdiction to move […]

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The processing of your personal data and the way in which it is used engages numerous areas of the law; […]

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Jersey Licensing Law – An Overview Applications No later than the 5th day of the month preceding a Licensing Assembly […]

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Trust Investment – Lessons Learned in Hard Times When one considers at first glance the trust arrangement that the Royal […]

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The Trusts (Amendment No.6) (Jersey) Law 2013 came into force on 25 October 2013 to amend Article 47 of The […]

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An Introduction To Jersey Foundations | Parslows Trust And Foundation Lawyers Jersey       Incorporation A Jersey foundation (like a company but […]

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Corruption (Jersey) Law 1996 v Bribery Act 2010  | Parslows Criminal Defence Lawyers Jersey Territorial application of both Laws. C(J)L1996 […]

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Corruption (Jersey) Law 1996 v Bribery Act 2010 cntd | Parslows Criminal Defence Lawyers Jersey .Territorial application of both Laws. […]

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Did you know that if you have been disqualified from driving in Jersey, by a Jersey court, you could, in […]

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If I am suspected of committing an offence and I have been asked to go to the police question voluntarily […]

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Insolvency guide en désastre This is available to parties seeking recovery of an unsatisfied debt owed by an individual or […]

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Jurisdiction The Petty Debts Court has jurisdiction to deal with all civil causes and matters where the claim doesn’t exceed […]

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Overview Degrévèment, despite being perceived as out of date and inequitable, remains a viable remedy for a secured creditor seeking […]

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Introduction Jersey has its own distinct and separate legal system which is separate from that of other jurisdictions. Whilst it […]

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Liability as guarantor for a Jersey commercial lease Agreeing to become a guarantor under a lease should always be very […]

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Commercial leases in Jersey – an overview While the terminology may seem quite familiar for real estate practitioners in the […]

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The ideal property is sitting there and you want to get in as fast as possible to start trading. As […]

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Leasing Office Space Whether you are a smaller business or a larger venture most businesses will face similar issues when […]

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Commercial ‘real estate’ property transactions in Jersey Title The Jersey Public Registry records property transactions and maintains contracts for public […]

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Starting a new business is exciting. You should always take advice as to areas you may not be familiar with […]

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Medical negligence – Jersey Parslows’ personal injury team members understand the issues affecting you when you suffer illness or injury […]

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Parslows personal injury team members understand the issues affecting you when you are involved in a road traffic accident that […]

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Workplace injury Your employer is obligated to ensure health and safety, training and protective equipment are in place to keep […]

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Restraint of Trade Employers commonly use post-employment restraint of trade clauses (“Restraint of Trade Clauses”) to protect them from employees […]

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Once a party has commenced matrimonial proceedings, either party may make an application to the Court for ancillary relief. Either […]

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Domestic violence can be physical and mental abuse, threats and or intimidation from a family member. It can be a […]

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Financial settlements It is often the negotiations around a divorce settlement which can cause most upset and confusion. Invariably it […]

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The breakdown of human relationships can cause great stress, anxiety and problems. The process of separation and divorce is rarely […]

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The Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Wyatt v Vince [2015] UKSC14 is of vital importance to divorcing and […]

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Child Maintenance Costs Parents have a financial responsibility to their children whether the parents are married or unmarried. There are […]

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What is a Notary Public? A notary public is a qualified lawyer who also has powers to certify and confirm […]

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Have a will If you do not have properly executed wills for your immovable and movable estate which disposes of […]

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What happens if I die without a Jersey will? If you die without a valid Jersey will, you have no […]

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For Probate applications from the United Kingdom/ Isle of Man/ Guernsey where the deceased died intestate it is possible to […]

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Are death duties, estate duty, inheritance tax or capital gains taxes payable in Jersey? While there are no death duties, […]

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For Probate applications from the United Kingdom/ Isle of Man/ Guernsey where the deceased died testate, it is possible to […]

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What is a Caveat? A Caveat is a mechanism for preventing the making of a Jersey Grant. Caveats are lodged […]

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How do you make an application in Jersey for letters of administration (intestacy)? It is not possible to re-seal letters […]

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