TQR October 2012

Volume 10 | Issue 3
110 years for Allen Stanford
Tim Prudhoe considers the consequences of the Allen Stanford Ponzi scheme
 
No creditors’ winding up of international business companies formed in Nevis
Mark Brantley explores Wang Ruiyun v Gem Global Yield Fund
 
Mutual wills: Lord Walpole’s case
Justice W V Windeyer delves into the history of mutual wills
 
Banks v Goodfellow (1870)
Judge Denzil Lush returns to the seminal capacity case
 
The meaning of ‘reasonable’
Ashley Fife explains how to manage the transfer of administration
 
Successive interests and deficient fixed-interest securities
Gregory Hill on competing approaches to capital and income
 
Tax-transparent funds
Keith Wallace finds flaws in UK proposals for a contractual fund vehicle
 
Book Review
Richard Wilson assesses the Harneys-penned British Virgin Islands Commercial Law
 

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