25 Mar 2020

COVID-19 Update #2

In light of the continuing acceleration of COVID-19 and to safeguard the Turks and Caicos Islands, the Government has declared that as of Saturday 28th March until midnight on 15th April, a 24 hour curfew will be put in place. This will have an overall impact on the day-to-day workings in our Islands.   Our office at Richmond House will be closed.  However, during this period, all members of the Misick & Stanbrook team will …

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20 Mar 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

We hope this email finds you, your team and your loved ones safe and in good health in the face of the World Health Organization’s declaration of COVID-19 to be a Global pandemic. Although we have no reported or confirmed cases in the Turks and Caicos Islands of the virus as of today, we are actively preparing for a possible change in our normal operating procedure should that become necessary.  If this happens, our people will …

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24 Oct 2019

Redomiciliation/Continuation of a TCI company in an overseas jurisdiction

Please click here to read Misick & Stanbrook’s overview and guide in respect of the redomiciliation of a Turks and Caicos Islands company to an overseas jurisdiction.

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31 Jul 2019

Commercial real estate in Turks and Caicos Islands

By Owen Foley and Karen Willis Misick & Stanbrook partners, Owen Foley and Karen Willis, have co-authored the commercial real estate in Turks and Caicos Islands: overview published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law. The article provides an overview of corporate real estate market trends; investment structures; legislation; title; sale of real estate; due diligence; warranties; real estate tax, restrictions on foreign ownership; real estate finance; leases and planning law. Please Click Here for article. https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/1-623-5718 This note …

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18 Jul 2019

Doing Business In… 2019

By Owen Foley and Karen Willis An introduction and overview of doing business in the Turks & Caicos Islands; covering corporate structures, employment and IP. Please Click Here for PDF file or Click Here for website link to article. This note is for guidance purposes only and should not be relied on as legal advice in any specific case.  If you have specific questions about your circumstances, please contact your Misick & Stanbrook professional.

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25 Mar 2019

Immigration laws of the Turks and Caicos Islands

By Gordon W. Kerr & Marsha Blanche  Whether you are a visitor to or wish to reside more permanently in the Turks and Caicos Islands (“TCIs”) you will be required to comply with the relevant statutes governing immigration and status. The two laws (Ordinances) that are applicable are the Immigration Ordinance 2015 and (for those that qualify) the Turks and Caicos Islander Status Ordinance 2015. With the exception of persons travelling from countries that require …

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7 Nov 2017

Judicial Review and Constitutional Law

The principles of administrative and constitutional law govern the manner in which government interacts with its citizens, both individual and corporate. They exist to ensure that the powers of government are exercised solely within legal bounds. Judicial Review applies to the judicial challenge of decisions taken by public bodies such as government departments, and regulatory bodies and also to quasi-public bodies exercising public functions. Our Team of Lawyers advises individuals, companies, and organizations on how …

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7 Nov 2017

Media & Telecommunications Law

The firm advises international telecommunication providers in regard to their TCI domestic operations, financing and licensing and also regularly co-counsels with other international counsel in this area. This also includes cable and cellular networks, internet, radio broadcast, and radio frequency licensing (commercial and non-commercial) and media production. As TCI has no direct taxation, the fiscal advantage of location in TCI where business permits are attractive. The TCI Government is also keen to establish e-commerce companies …

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7 Nov 2017

Public International Law

Public International Law is a significant feature in international commerce and may concern, for example, natural resource development, infrastructure programs or project financing. Public International Law includes all aspects of state responsibility, the law of treaties (including extradition), international human rights law, investment protection disputes including investor-State disputes, questions of immunity and matters involving the law of the sea. Our specialist public law lawyers have appeared before the Privy Council, and international arbitral tribunals in …

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7 Nov 2017

Real Estate

We are a leading provider of real estate and real estate development legal services in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Our team brings years of experience in providing legal services to commercial and residential clients in a wide variety of real estate transactions. We have acted for a number of developers of condominiums, hotels, timeshare and commercial developments throughout the islands. We also serve a large number of private individuals in purchases and sales of …

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