Koehler v. The Bank of Bermuda (Turn Over Orders)

Re: Turn Over Orders

In this case the New York Court of Appeals held that a Bermuda bank holding stock certificates in Bermuda of a judgment debtor could be required to turn those certificates over to the judgment creditor to satisfy the judgment as long as the New York court had jurisdiction over the bank, which in this case it did because the Bermuda bank had a location in New York.

-Phillip S. Stenger