Published by Eversheds Sutherland in collaboration with other international firms, Appleby lawyers authored the chapters for Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Isle of Man, and Jersey.

The Global Guide to Freezing Orders sets out whether a freezing order (or equivalent) can be obtained in each jurisdiction, the test for doing so and the types of assets which can be frozen. It also explains the implications for third parties (such as banks) who are often notified of such orders to give effect to them, and the consequences for both respondents and third parties of breaching such orders.

All 90 jurisdictional chapters are available to view online at Eversheds Sutherland’s dedicated Global Guide to Freezing Orders webpage.

To view the individual Appleby chapters, please click on the relevant jurisdiction below.

Andrew Willins commented: “Our involvement in the Global Guide to Freezing Orders underscores Appleby’s commitment to providing seamless legal expertise and knowledge across the key offshore jurisdictions in which we operate. We are pleased to collaborate with Eversheds Sutherland and contribute to a publication which we hope will serve as a helpful tool for clients and legal professionals worldwide in identifying the remedies available to protect assets in each of our jurisdictions.”

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