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COVID – 19: To What Extent Does the Pandemic Undermine Maintenance Orders?

This note expands further on that by Tara Lee which primarily addressed court orders providing for capital redistribution on divorce. In family law there are two general types of maintenance...

April 16, 2020 Read more

Residential Tenancies during COVID-19 – Updated 16/4/2020

Since our last update on 3rd April 2020, the Government of Jersey has passed the COVID-19 (Residential Tenancy) (Temporary Amendment of Law) (Jersey) Regulations 2020 (the “Regulations”).The Regulations have been...

April 15, 2020 Read more

Lockdown – First Prosecutions

As John Borg explained, the new Covid-19 (Restricted Movement) (Jersey) Order 2020 provides the authorities with the power to fine those in breach of its provisions.  The Order came into...

April 09, 2020 Read more

COVID-19: To what extent could the pandemic undermine financial orders made on divorce?

We are currently navigating our way through a global health emergency of an unprecedented scale.  With economic activity slowing, it is likely that the impact of COVID-19 will be felt...

April 07, 2020 Read more

Force Majeure and Frustration

The coronavirus pandemic, and the restrictions on economic and social activities which it has brought in Jersey and the wider world, has already had a serious impact on most businesses. ...

April 06, 2020 Read more

Travel Refunds in a Covid Crisis

One of the most significant impacts of the coronavirus pandemic is the effect that it has had on travel.  The collapse of Flybe, the grounding of all EasyJet planes and...

April 03, 2020 Read more
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