The Hon. Miss Justice Christine McDonald

Rural Transit Association Limited v Jamaica Urban Transit Company Limited, Commissioner of Police and the Attorney General

Declarations - Constitutional Redress – Sections 13(3) (g) & (h) of Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – Right to equality before the law – Right to equitable and humane treatment by any public authority – Sections 21 & 22 of the Constabulary Force Act – Section 58 of the Road Traffic Act – The Kingston Metropolitan Transport Region Act - Alternative/adequate means of redress available – Permanent injunction.

Flowers, George v The Director of Public Prosecutions for and on behalf of the Government of Canada, The Commissioner of Correctional Services and the Attorney General of Jamaica

Extradition – Writ of habeas corpus –Meaning of ‘Extradition Offence’ – Principle of dual criminality - Whether conduct test or offence test to be applied – Whether the transmission of HIV virus is capable of amounting to a crime in Jamaica – whether putting an individual at risk of HIV is capable of amounting to a crime in Jamaica – Infliction of grievous bodily harm – sections 20 and 22 of the Offences Against the Persons Act – sections 5, 6, 10, 11 of Extradition Act – Aggravated Sexual Assault contrary to section 273 of the Criminal Code of Canada

Whonder,Sydney v Courts Jamaica Limited

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. W 421/OF 1995
BETWEEN SYDNEY WHONDER PLAINTIFF
AND COURTS JAMAICA LIMITED DEFENDANT
Mrs. Jacqueline Samuels-Brown and Miss Thalia Maragh instructed
by Jacqueline Samuels-Brown for Plaintiff.
Mr. Garth McBean instructed by Dunn Cox Orrett and Ashenheim for
Defendant.
HEARD: June 13th,1 4 a~nd~ 2 5th September, 2001
McDONALD J (Ag)
The plaintiff brings this action in negligence and/or breach of statutory duty and/or

Reid, Spurgeon v Corporal Lobban and The Attorney General For Jamaica

I N THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF
I N COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. 1989/~-014
BETWEEN SPURGEON REID PLAINTIFF
A N D
A N D
CORPORAL LOBBAN
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
FOR JAMAICA
1ST DEFENDANT
2ND DEFENDANT
M i s s Keri-Gaye Brown f o r P l a i n t i f f i n s t r u c t e d by Gifford, Thompson
& Bright.
M i s s Monique Harrison f o r 2nd Defendant i n s t r u c t e d by the Director
of S t a t e Proceedings.
Heard: May 30 & June 12, 2001
McDONALD J. (Ag.),

Hilda Ming v Donald Ming

IN 'THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN EQUITY
SUIT NO. E - 283 of 2000
BEWEEN HILDA MlNG APPLICANT
AND DONALD MlNG RESPONDENT
Mrs. Janet Taylor and Miss Stacy-Ann Brown for the applicant instructed
by Taylor Deacon and James.
IDebayo
A. Adedipe for Respondent.
Heard: June 13 and 21; Julv 29; Auqust 26
and September 20,2002
MCDONALD J IAQ
By an amended originating summons dated 22"' August 2000,
brought under section 16 of the Married Women's Property Act, the

Campbell,Claston v Omar, Lawrence et al

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA XJ &
3 00
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. C-135 of 2002
BETWEEN CLASTON CAMPBELL PLAINTIFF
AND O W LAWRENCE 1 ST DEFENDANT
AND DALE MUNDELL 2ND DEFENDANT
AND DELROY OFFICER 3RD DEFENDANT
Miss Dorothy Gordon for Plaintiff
David Johnson for 1'' Defendant instructed by Mrs. Fay-Chang Rhule.
Heard: February 1 0 , l l and 28,2003
MCDONALD J. (Ap.1
There is no issue of liability. The matter now falls for assessment of
damages.

C.D. Alexander Co. Realty Ltd v Tan-Marj Investments Ltd

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA 5;lJS-,,~
IN COMMON LAW 1
SUIT NO. C.L. 1999/C-175
BETWEEN C.D. ALEXANDER COMPANY REALTY LIMITED PLAINTIFF
AND TAN-MARJ INVESTMENTS LIMITED DEFENDANT
Joseph Jan-ett for Plaintiff instructed by Joseph Jarrett and Company.
Kevin Williams for Defendant instructed by Grant, Stewart, Phillips and Co.
Heard: 19'~Fe bruary, 1tlth,1 9'~an d 21" March 2003
McDonald J. (Ap.1
The Plaintiffs claim is against the Defendant to recover the sum of

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