Richard Stallman on passing laws making it a crime for local property to be owned by secretive foreign owners, David Murray on John Cleese moving to Nevis, and Chris Baker is reminded of San SerriffeOn reading your article about disguising owners of wealth through opaque corporations in Nevis (‘A bright light needs to be shone on this cockroach’, The long read, 12 July), I thought of a possible approach for correcting the problem, one that was not considered in the article.

Other countries can pass laws making it a crime for local property (including local corporations) to be owned by secretive foreign owners. If a disguised Nevis corporation (or any disguised corporation) is used in that way, the country where the property is located could prosecute it.

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