On 29th July, Harneys reported that the Grand Court has for the first time confirmed that the jurisdiction to grant a “notification injunction,” as an alternative to a freezing injunction, is available in the Cayman Islands. If a freezing injunction is seen as too intrusive such that it is not just and convenient to grant such relief, a notification injunction may still be available provided the grounds for a freezing injunction are established. A notification injunction is a variant of a conventional freezing injunction and, broadly speaking, it provides that the respondent cannot deal with or dispose of his assets without first providing advance notice of the proposed dealings to the applicant.
For a brief introduction to notification injunctions, see –
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