STEP Cayman Seminar
Monday 21 September 2015
The Brasserie Conference Facilities , 171 Elgin Avenue, Cricket Square George Town, Grand Cayman
Freedman case – mistake in practice after Pitt v Holt
Clare Stanley QC
- What does “causative ignorance” mean?
- What is a “mistaken tacit assumption”?
- Importance of evidence
- Mistakes exclusively about tax
- Is “but for” causation required?
Defending Trusts from attack – who pays the costs?
Michael Furness QC
- When will trustees of trust be permitted to fund the defence of the trust from the trust fund?
- When will the court leave it to a third party to undertake the defence of the trust?
- What happens when the trust is a STAR trust?
- Can the challenger ever get his costs from the trust fund in any event?
- How can the successful challenger be protected if the defence is to be paid for by the trust fund
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Please forward your cheques made payable to STEP Cayman Islands prior to the lecture, in order to avoid delay at the event.
Please post to PO Box 1798, Grand Cayman KY1-1109. Please do not send payment to Appleby
The Brasserie Conference Facilities has a limited capacity of 100.
Refunds for non-attendance will not be offered.
Seats are allocated on a “first come, first served” basis.
Costs are as follows:
- CI$30.00 – STEP Members
- CI$30.00 – STEP Students
- CI$40.00 – Non-Members
Free for all full-time students (not in employment)
Free for members of the judiciary and employees of the Monetary Authority