News

Caymanian Admitted as an Attorney-of- Law to Practice at Broadhurst LLC

7 September, 2016

Proud smiles were displayed throughout Courtroom Number One on the morning of 6 September 2016 as Mr. Brando Rankin was admitted as an Attorney-at- Law of the Cayman Islands.

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Broadhurst LLC advises KeyTech Limited on its Cayman Interests in Sale of Controlling Interest to ATN

6 October, 2015

Broadhurst LLC is pleased to announce that the firm will act for Bermuda-based KeyTech Limited (BSX:KEY.BH), with respect to its Cayman Islands interests, concerning the sale of a controlling interest in KeyTech to ATN (NASDAQ:ATNI).

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Broadhurst LLC Advises Logic on Indirect Acquisition of WestStar T.V. Limited

8 September, 2014

Broadhurst LLC is pleased to announce that the firm acted for WestTel Limited (d/b/a Logic) in its acquisition of British Overseas Territory Cable & Telecommunications, Ltd. (“BOTCAT”).

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Articles

Judicial Review of Permanent Residency Applications in the Cayman Islands

23 June, 2017

There has been considerable speculation in the media recently regarding the backlog of permanent residency (PR) applications.

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Everything that you didn’t want to know about making a Will

9 February, 2017

Not many people want to think about death – or more particularly, their own death. In a way this reluctance is understandable. Unfortunately, it often leads to people failing to make a will to provide for their loved ones after they have gone.

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A Recent Decision from the Privy Council gives Guidance on the Treatment of Non-Matrimonial Property and the Consequences of Non-Disclosure of Assets

20 January, 2017

The recent Privy Council decision of Scatliffe v Scatliffe[1] provides assistance in analyzing two aspects of matrimonial law; the treatment of non-matrimonial property by the court upon divorce and also the effect of non-disclosure of assets on the chances of success of an appeal.

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Buying Real Estate in the Cayman Islands

5 December, 2016

Purchasing a residential property is often the single biggest financial transaction of a person’s life. An acquisition of this magnitude is very important and needs to be taken seriously, regardless of whether it is your first or final house purchase.

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What happens when you want to remove a child from the jurisdiction

26 October, 2016

The breakdown of marriages can sometimes have devastating effects on children as they are often caught in the middle of contentious custody battles.

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