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A developing area: court appointed receiverships in Jersey, Channel Islands

Collas Crill recently brought a successful, novel application to appoint receivers over a promissory note and reconstitute a breach of a Jersey trust in the context of a bitter international family dispute; the well-publicised Crociani saga.

Sam Williams and Simon Hurry, Group Partners in Collas Crill's Jersey office, respectively brought the application and led a team on behalf of the receivers in worldwide enforcement and recovery proceedings.

In an article published in Global Restructuring Review (GRR), Sam and Simon discuss this first instance of a Jersey Court appointing receivers in aid of equitable execution.

GRR subscribers can access the full article here.

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