Virtue, Ann-Marie v Johnson, Audrey

Case Number: 
2005 HCV 00153
Date of Delivery: 
10.05.2006

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA 

CLAIM NO. 2005 HCV 00153

BETWEEN ANN MARIE VIRTUE CLAIMANT

AND AUDREY JOHNSON DEFENDANT

Claimant unrepresented.

Mr. Errol Gentles for Defendant

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McDonald J. (Ag.)

The claimant seeks an inquiry in the Supreme Court to ascertain what

damages she has suffered by reason of an interim and interlocutory

injunction granted in the Resident Magistrate's Court for the parish of Saint

Mary which restricted her from continuing any further construction on her

property until the determination of the action.

The action in the Resident Magistrate's Court was commenced on

March 26, 2002 by Audrey Johnson against Ann Marie Virtue, Daphne

Davis and Bryan Barrett for trespass to property and claimed as a relief "an

order in the nature of an injunction and damages in the sum of one hundred

thousand dollars."

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