Offshore: The hard cell
New legislation in Jersey is opening the door to protected and incorporated cell companies - structures that are now considered mainstream in company law, as Richard Thomas and Tim Morgan explain
On 1 February, 2006, a major new law came into force in Jersey. The majority of the provisions of the Companies (Amendment No. 8) (Jersey) Law 2005 came into effect. In particular, existing Jersey companies legislation has been amended to permit the incorporation of the following:
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