At one end of the spectrum, directors are often seen as being too quick to appoint an administrator or liquidator to protect themselves from personal liability, in circumstances where a restructure or turnaround strategy could result in the company returning to profit within a reasonably short period. This has the potential consequence of destroying value in what could otherwise be a successful venture. … [Read more...] about Safe Harbour’ For Insolvent Trading: Australian Reforms Encourage Business Activity
It thereby observed, “In other words, to affirmatively assert adverse possession, the appellant/defendant should have at least pleaded in his written statement that after the title of the suit premises had been mutated in the government records in favour of his mother, he had asserted his own exclusive right, title and interest in the suit premises to her knowledge and that the respondent/plaintiff had acquiesced to such a hostile exercise of right and had allowed him to remain in continuous possession and enjoyment of the suit premises in an assertion of the said hostile title, during the entire statutory period of twelve years, as has been contemplated under Article 65 of the Limitation Act, without any let or hindrance.” … [Read more...] about Devious Attempts At Vexatious Litigation Needs To Be Curbed: Delhi HC [Read Judgment]
Laura Watts, senior fellow and staff lawyer at the Canadian Centre for Elder Law, co-wrote the recently released “Report on Vulnerable Investors,” which chronicles the rise of elder abuse, financial exploitation, undue influence and diminished mental capacity in Canada, as well as the ill-preparedness of investment firms to deal with them. … [Read more...] about Elder financial abuse a pressing issue
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In November 2013, Egli's Swisspartners Group provided records on 109 clients to the U.S. Department of Justice, court documents show, helping his company secure a relatively mild $4.4 million settlement deal with American prosecutors aggressively pursuing tax cheats with wealth stashed abroad. [https://reut.rs/2NzxLWs] … [Read more...] about Asset manager who helped U.S. find tax cheats beats Swiss spy charges