Corporate & Commercial

Ferbrache & Farrell LLP’s corporate department offers full service corporate, banking and commercial cover and is able to advise on all aspects of Guernsey corporate and commercial law, including banking and finance, regulatory, investment funds, asset management and listings on The International Stock Exchange (TISE).

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22 March 2024
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In April 2022, the Capacity (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2020 (the “Law”) came into force, enabling a person (“Donor”)  to appoint an Attorney (or Attorneys)…
Dispute Resolution

The dispute resolution department at Ferbrache & Farrell LLP has vast experience of local and international litigation and dispute resolution generally, gained from acting in complex local and international high-value disputes, both in Guernsey and throughout the world.

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22 March 2024
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In April 2022, the Capacity (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2020 (the “Law”) came into force, enabling a person (“Donor”)  to appoint an Attorney (or Attorneys)…
Property

The Guernsey property department is dedicated to providing tailored solutions that meet and exceed clients’ expectations. In addition, the property department provides support to colleagues in the corporate and dispute resolution departments on real estate-related technical points of law.

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22 March 2024
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In April 2022, the Capacity (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2020 (the “Law”) came into force, enabling a person (“Donor”)  to appoint an Attorney (or Attorneys)…
UK Real Estate

We are delighted to help in relation to providing legal advice for real estate in England and Wales. We listen. We learn what your needs are. We proactively respond. Whether it’s personal or commercial property, we always provide sound and pragmatic advice, adding value to the transaction.

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10 July 2024
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In June 2024, The Law Society released the 5th edition of the TA6 Property Information Form. This updated form aligns with the National Trading Standards…
Private Client

Our services for private client matters include the drafting of realty and personalty wills, obtaining Grants of Probate, acting as professional executors and assisting foreign lawyers who have requirements in this jurisdiction.

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22 March 2024
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In April 2022, the Capacity (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2020 (the “Law”) came into force, enabling a person (“Donor”)  to appoint an Attorney (or Attorneys)…
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10 July 2024
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In June 2024, The Law Society released the 5th edition of the TA6 Property Information Form. This updated form aligns with the National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team (NTSELAT) guidance on material information for property listings. NTSELAT advises sellers to contact their solicitor early in the process. The new TA6 form (click here…
05 July 2024
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With a majority of 166, the Labour Party has just won the July 2024 General Election, marking the end of 14 years of Conservative rule. Described by the BBC as a ‘historic Tory defeat’, the Labour success in the UK election has sent ripples through the property market. The seismic change in political landscape has…
01 July 2024
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To ensure that our technical expertise is always current for our clients and for our intermediaries, our UKRE team at Ferbrache & Farrell LLP led by Anna Douglass commissions specialist one to one training. As part of that professional development, we collaborate and share with other property experts where we believe the legislative landscape may…
28 May 2024
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Our UKRE conveyancing team was recently entrusted with handling a complex transaction involving a Guernsey-based trust and a prime London property, comprising 5 residential leasehold apartments. Client Details Client: Guernsey-based Trust Property Value: £3,200,000 Property Location: London Loan Amount: £1.8M Portfolio: 5 x Properties Residential Leaseholds Loan-to-Value (LTV) Ratio: 70% Time to Complete: 4 weeks…
22 March 2024
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In April 2022, the Capacity (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2020 (the “Law”) came into force, enabling a person (“Donor”)  to appoint an Attorney (or Attorneys) to manage their affairs when they no longer have mental capacity. The Law requires an Attorney to make an application to Court for certain significant decisions, such as permission to…