Jersey and Guernsey Law Review

The contents of this review represent the views of the individual contributors and not necessarily those of the publisher nor the Editorial Board of the Jersey and Guernsey Law Review. They are put forward to stimulate discussion. They are not intended to be, and are not a substitute for legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.​

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Case Summaries
Judging The Jurats: Exploring The Legitimacy Of The Jurats’ Role
Costs Orders In Criminal Proceedings In The Royal Court
Simple Interest: The 1962 Amendment Of The Code Of 1771
Legislation
Miscellany
Data Stewardship: An Introduction To A New Digital Market
Case Summaries
Why Did The UK Get It Wrong? A Reply
Arrested Development: Enforcement Against A Discretionary Trust?
Legislation
The Jersey Voting System
Miscellany
Beyond Protocol 3: A Rule-Book For EU/Channel Islands Trade
Book Reviews
Case Summaries
The Recognition Of Smart Contracts In Jersey
Legislation
The Royal Court And The Parishes Of Jersey
Miscellany
Unjust Enrichment And An “Ancient” Guernsey Tort
Some Former Restrictions On Aliens Within Guernsey’S Bailiwick
Petitions From The Channel Islands In The Thirteenth And Fourteenth Centuries
Legislation
The Bailiff’S Dual Role And The Separation Of Powers
Miscellany
Too Much Information: Why Did The Uk Get It Wrong?
Postscript
Case Summaries
Legislation
The Role Of The Attorney General As Jersey’S Chief Prosecutor
Asylum Applications In Jersey And Removal To Safe Countries
Miscellany
Legislating For A Pandemic In Guernsey
Cross-Border Insolvency And Arbitration
Creditors’ Costs In A Dégrèvement—A Wrong Turning?
Case Summaries
Frustration And Hardship In Commercial Contracts: A Comparative Law Perspective
Communes And Common Land In Jersey
Summary Of Legislation
The Role Of Attorney General As Titular Head Of Jersey’S Honorary Police
Miscellany
Postscript
Priority Of Claims To The Assets Of An “Insolvent” Trust
Case Summaries
Binding Precedent In The Channel Islands
Gross Negligence Manslaughter In Guernsey Law
Summary Of Legislation
The Bailiff’S Role As Guardian Of The Constitution
Damages Reform In Jersey