Richards-Waugh Georgia v Jamaica Teachers Association

Case Number: 
2014 HCV 03907
Neutral Citation: 
[2014] JMSC Civ. 129
Date of Delivery: 
19.08.2014

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
THE CIVIL DIVISION
CLAIM NO. 2014 HCV 03907
BETWEEN GEORGIA WAUGH-RICHARDS CLAIMANT
AND JAMAICA TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION RESPONDENT
Mr. Seymour G. Stewart, Attorney-at-Law for the Claimant.
Mrs. Caroline P. Hay, Mrs. Trudy-Ann Dixon-Frith and Ms. Janett Levy, Attorneys-at-Law instructed by Taylor Deacon & James, Attorneys-at-Law for the Respondent.
Ms. Kerry-Ann Tracey, instructed by John S. Bassie & Co., an interested party.
Heard: 15th & 19th August 2014.
CAMPBELL J,
[1] The Claimant, Mrs. Waugh-Richards, is the Principal of Harmons Primary School, Harmons District. She is a full member of the Jamaica Teachers‟ Association, and was one of five candidates who stood in the 2014 President-Elect election.
[2] Jamaica Teachers‟ Association (hereinafter called “JTA”), is a company incorporated under the Companies Act of Jamaica with liability by guarantee and operates as a Trade Union representing teachers throughout Jamaica. Its objects include furthering the welfare of the teaching profession. It is comprised of 14 parish Associations. It has 24,000 teachers and 1,200 schools under its purview.

Customer Service

customer complaints image