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The Striking Off and Restoration of BVI Companies

By Asha Johnson-Willins British Virgin Island law sets out clear procedures for striking off, dissolution, and restoration of BVI companies. Governed by the BVI Business Companies Act and the Insolvency Act, the procedures apply to BVI Business Companies as well…
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Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Adopts Measures to Ensure Continuity in Response to COVID-19 Impact

O’Neal Webster hopes that you, your family, your co-workers, and communities are staying healthy and positive during these challenging times. With the surge of the new coronavirus COVID-19 cases around the globe, and now in the Caribbean, all major stakeholders…
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MAGNUM & NITEROI v. The A.G. Presentation

LANDMARK DEVELOPMENTS IN BVI’S PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION LAW PLEASE JOIN O’NEALWEBSTER ON THURSDAY, 15 NOVEMBER 2018 AT THE MOORINGS CONFERENCE ROOM, TORTOLA FROM 2:30 TO 4:30 P.M. SPEAKER: PAUL B.DENNIS, Q.C., SENIOR PARTNER LEARN ABOUT THE NEW DEVELOPMENTS…
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UK Privy Council

Privy Council Hands Down Judgment in BVI Shareholder Rights

The Privy Council has recently handed down the judgment in Staray Capital Limited and another v Cha Yang [2017] UKPC 43, concerning the circumstances in which majority shareholder decisions to amend the Memorandum & Articles of Association (M&A) of a British…
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O’Neal Webster scores landmark win for BVI companies’ right to privacy and confidentiality of information

TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, 26 July 2018 —The BVI High Court handed down its much-anticipated decision in the case of Magnum Investment Trading Corporation & Niteroi Limited v. The AG of the Virgin Islands on Thursday, 19 July 2018. The…
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BVI Rules Change for Non-Contentious Probate Now in Force

TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands, 28 November 2017 — O’Neal Webster is pleased to report that the Eastern Caribbean Court has adopted new, comprehensive, non-contentious probate rules for the British Virgin Islands. The new rules, which came into force on 1…
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