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We guarantee that your representation will marry your wishes and instructions with the law. We have a sound history of successful litigation.
ABOUT THE LEGAL SYSTEM
The Barbados legal system has its roots in English common law in a fashion similar to other Commonwealth Countries. Barbados has a Constitution which creates a Legislature, Judiciary and Executive (Cabinet).
Key pieces of business legislation such as the Companies Act Cap. 308 of the Laws of Barbados and the Income Tax Act Cap. 73 of the Laws of Barbados are based on aspects of Canadian Law.
Barbados is a member of the Caribbean Community and a member of the Caribbean Court of Justice. Barbados has entered into Double Taxation Agreements and Trade Agreements including the agreements of the World Trade Organisation.
Every client is entitled to the best representation possible. Whether the client is the claimant or the respondent in the matter your case will be treated with the best care possible.
Double Taxation Agreements
Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are.
― Benjamin Franklin
We work to attract the best and brightest attorneys to join the firm. We mandate continuing education to ensure that we keep abreast of developments.
Barbados is an Island in the Atlantic Ocean with a tropical climate. It's main sources of income are tourism, international business and light manufacturing. There are other emerging areas of activity such as investment banking, software development and music videos, commercial, film and documentary making.
The population is comprised of approximately 280,000 of which there is a large complement of professionals especially in the area of law, accounting, auditing and financial services.
Barbados places a great deal of emphasis on social services especially in health care and education. There is therefore a good mixture of public and private facilities.