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Five directors of an Indian manufacturer have been committed to prison for "deliberate" breaches of an English court's worldwide freezing order, while the assets of the company have been sequestrated by the court. 10 Feb 2017
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to press ahead with plans to scrap a tiered system of discounts it currently makes available to firms to encourage settlement of regulatory investigations. 09 Feb 2017
As one of the world's leading offshore wealth hubs, Singapore is often involved in the enforcement of foreign court judgments and arbitration awards. Fortunately for those seeking enforcement, this is relatively straightforward under the country's laws. ...
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A Scottish couple have been awarded damages of more than £17,000 in total for the "extreme stress" they suffered as a result of the "highly intrusive" use of CCTV systems by the owner of a neighbouring property. 09 Feb 2017
New legislation introduced to the Scottish Parliament would give statutory force to third party rights under contracts for the first time. 06 Feb 2017
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