Collection of fees in receivables finance agreement must not be “arbitrary, capricious or irrational” says High Court –

Posted August 2nd, 2017 in banking, Cayman Islands, fees, fiduciary duty, indemnities, news, receivers by tracey

‘The High Court has found that a lender must be rational when exercising its contractual discretion to charge collection fees under a receivables finance agreement. The agreement allowed for fees of up to 15%, however, the maximum chargeable for the lender to remain compliant with its duty was found, in this case, to be 4%.’

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Charman divorce deadlock looms as top Cayman judge issues rallying call for trusts – Legal Week

Posted March 13th, 2008 in Cayman Islands, divorce, news, trusts by sally

“A leading Caribbean judge has launched a staunch defence of trusts, fuelling expectations that there will be an unprecedented stand-off between offshore and onshore judges over the landmark Charman v Charman divorce ruling.”

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Legal Week, 13th March 2008