Campbell, Thelma v John Robert Campbell

Case Number: 
D.C.021 OF 1988
Date of Delivery: 
07.02.1996

IN THE SUPREME CPURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN EQUITY
SUIT NO. D.C.021 OF 1988
IN THE MATTER OF PREMISES AT 22 PARK AVENUE,
MONTEGO BAY in the parish of St. Jamcs.
BETWEEN
A N D
AND
IN THE MATTER OF PREMISES LOT 323 CHARLES AVENUE,
MONTEGO BAY in the parish.of St. Jamcs.
AND
IN THE MATTER of Married Women's Property Act.
THELMA CAMPBELL
JOHN ROBERT CAMPBELL
PETITIONER
RESPONDENT
C Mrs. Margaret Forte Q.C. and Miss Frankson for petitioner.
Mr. Dennis Morrison Q.C. instructed by Messrs night, ~ickersgill
& Dowding for Respondent.
Heard: November 6 & 7, 1995 &
February 7, 1996.
LANGRIN, J.
By an Originating Summons dated 2nd day of October, 1989,
the applicant seeks a determination of the respective ownership of
interests of the abovementioned properties and in particular for the
following Order:
1. A report on and valuation of the said premises be
takcn or alternatively that a valuation agreed upon
by the Petitioner and rcspondcnt be takcn.
The parties were married on the 7th July, 1979 and obtained a
Decree Nisi on the 15th December 1988. They were previously married
to each other between 1960 and 1975. The rcspondcnt spent a large
C , number of years in the Unite$ States of America.
The Petitioner in her affiidavit stated that sometime in 1977
the Respondent visited her w ~ l \ehe was in the process of purchasing
22 Park Avenue, Montego Bay in order to remove from Adelphi, St. James
where she had resided. The Respondent merely accompanied her to view
the house as part of the attention he was showing in his effort to
be reconciled with her. However he signed the transfer of title
as well as the mortgage instrument to facilitate

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