Clarendon Co-operative Credit Union v Alpha Security Services (1984) Ltd, Gilbert Morrison & Roydel Dixon

Case Number: 
C. L. C-165/2002
Date of Delivery: 
07.11.2007

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CIVIL DIVISION

CLAIM NO. C. L. C-165/2002

BETWEEN CLARENDON CO-OPERA TIVE CLAIMANT

CREDIT UNION

A N D ALPHA SECURITY

SER VICES (1 984) LIMITED lSTD EFENDANT

A N D GILBERT MORRlSON 2ND DEFENDANT

A N D R 0 YDEL DIXON 3rd DEFENDANT

Appearances:

Miss J. Crossbourne instructed by Scott, Bhoorasingh and Bonnick for the Claimant.

Miss T. Watkins instructed by Vaccianna and Whittingham for the 1" defendant.

Miss. S. Jarrett instructed by KLAC for the 2nd defendant.

Third defendant not served.

Heard: November 6th and 7th, 2007

Williams, J.

This is one of those rare cases where the salient facts are not in dispute.

Clarendon Co-operative Credit Union, the claimant, had engaged the services of

Alpha Security Services (1984) Limited the 1" defendant whereby they were to call for

sealed shipments of money and deliver to designated consignees. The 2nd defendant

Gilbert Morrison was employed with the security company as a security guard. The 3'd

defendant seemed to have been similarly so employed.

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