Grains Jamaica Ltd v Danny Wiginton, etal

Case Number: 
C.L. G 107 OF 2001
Date of Delivery: 
21.11.2003

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA do4~@'
IN COMMON LAW /
SUIT NO. C.L. G 107 OF 2001
BETWEEN GRAINS JAMAICA LIMITED PLAINTIFF
AND DANNY WIGINTON
. , . , .
1 ST DEFENDANT . .. .... .... '.. ., . .. . . - . , . , ... . . . . L : . . -
AND LYN WIGINTON 2ND DEFENDANT
AND CHRISTOPHER WIGINTON 3RD DEFENDANT
AND CRG LEE CORPORATION 4TH DEFENDANT
Ms. Carol Davis for Plaintiff/Applicant
Mr. Emil George Q.C., Mr. John Vassell Q.C. and Mrs. Lara Dayes instructed by Dunn Cox
for the DefendantRespondent
Heard on January 30, March 27, May 29, and July 10,2003 and November 2 1,2003
ANDERSON: J
The plaintiff is a limited liability company, registered under the Companies Act. The
Defendant, Danny Wiginton is a businessman. He is one of the characters in the dramatis
personae in this matter which has spawned at least two (2) suits. The issues have involved
several persons, in various aspects of those suits, including at least one person who has died
since these matters arose, as well as the Trade Board.
In the instant proceedings, there are three (3) summonses before me. In one, on-e, the defendants
seek to set ifside a default judgment previously given against them. Secondly, the Defendants
also seek an order for security for costs against the plaintiff by way of Summons. That
Summons asks for an Order that
1. The Plaintiff do provide Security for Costs of this action in an appropriate sum;
2. Pending the provision of such security, the action be stayed:

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