Sarah M. Lobosky
Called to the Bar:
1977, Gray’s Inn, London;
1981, Nassau, Bahamas
University College London, England.
Areas of Practice:
Corporate Law, Commercial law, Conveyancing Law, Shipping and Maritime Law, Admiralty Law, Trust Law, Banking Law, Insurance Law and Mutual Funds
Sarah was taken on as an Associate at Higgs & Johnson, one of the biggest firms in The Bahamas in 1979, with responsibility for the Corporate Department. She became a partner in May of 1986. In January, 1997 Sarah together with her late husband, Dr. Reginald Lobosky established their own firm under the name of Lobosky & Lobosky. In January, 2001 Lobosky & Lobosky merged with Harry B. Sands & Company to form the present firm, Harry B. Sands, Lobosky & Company.
Sarah Lobosky has acquired considerable experience over thirty years of practice particularly in the Corporate Law and Maritime Law and Conveyancing areas.
Whilst at Higgs & Johnson, Sarah managed the large Corporate Department representing a large number of multinational and local companies. A significant number of these companies went with her to Lobosky & Lobosky and eventually to Harry B. Sands, Lobosky & Company.
She has advised on all aspects of incorporations, restructuring of various groups of international companies and liquidations; the many ongoing corporate maintenance matters of large groups of multinational companies; large structured financial transactions such as the privatization and merger of a public company with a subsidiary company; the financing for companies engaged in the oil, gas and petroleum business around the world; applications to The Central Bank of the Bahamas.
Sarah has gained considerable experience in a broad range of maritime matters, particularly in the area of ship registration and financing. She has acted for a number of the large ship owning companies and the various financial institutions which finance the acquisitions of new vessels.
Since 1997, Sarah has gained considerable experience in all aspects of real estate transactions, including the drafting of agreements for sale, conveyances, mortgages, debentures, declarations of condominiums, restrictive covenants, and attending to the applications to the Bahamas Investments Board and to the Central Bank of the Bahamas.