Azar, John Phillips v Tennis Jamaica Limited et al

Case Number: 
04650 OF 2014
Neutral Citation: 
[2014] JMSC Civ. 163
Date of Delivery: 
17.10.2014

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN THE CIVIL DIVISION
CLAIM NO. HCV 04650 OF 2014
BETWEEN JOHN PHILLIP AZAR JR (A MINOR) 1st CLAIMANT
(By his Father and next friend, John Azar)
AND TENNIS JAMAICA LIMITED DEFENDANT
CONSOLIDATED WITH:
CLAIM NO. HCV 04652 OF 2014
BETWEEN EMMA DIBBS (A MINOR) 2nd CLAIMANT
(By her Mother and next friend Rachael Dibbs)
AND TENNIS JAMAICA LIMITED DEFENDANT
Lord Anthony Gifford QC and Emily Crooks instructed by Gifford, Thompson & Bright for the 1st claimant.
Arlene Harrison Henry for the Emma Dibbs instructed by Michelle Ann Cousins for the 2nd claimant.
Ransford Braham QC instructed by Braham Legal for the defendant.
Injunction restraining defendant from implementing the decision of the Board – Whether the Board is obliged to notify competitors of the change pertaining to the selection of players for national duty and whether notice of such change ought to be given in a timely manner.
Heard: 16th and 17th October 2014
SINCLAIR-HAYNES J
[1] The first named claimant, John Phillip Azar Jr. (“John”), a minor and an associate member of the defendant, Tennis Jamaica Limited, has by his father John Azar sued

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