The Hon. Mr. Justice Evan Brown

Freckleton, Jerome v The Attorney General of Jamaica and Det. Sgt. Puddie, Maurice

Tort - Malicious prosecution -Whether claimant proved damage - Claimant identified while in holding area - Whether reasonable and probable cause to prosecute - False imprisonmnet - Whether initial arrest lawful - Claimant taken before court several days after being charged - Whether detention unduly long and unexplained - Assault - Claimant not cross-examined - Effect of failure to cross-examine.

Hayles, Clevebert v McFarlane, Gloria May

Adverse Possession – whether defendant’s title to part of her land was extinguished – whether there were sufficient unequivocal acts of ownership by the claimant – Registration of Titles Act

Hayles, Clevebert v McFarlane, Gloria May

Adverse possession – Whether defendant’s title to part of her land was extinguished – Whether there were sufficient unequivocal acts of ownership by the claimant – Registration of Titles Act.

White, Hubert v O'Connor, Constable and the Attorney General of Jamaica

Malicious prosecution - Operating a motor vehicle without a road licence - Whether reasonable and probable cause – Detinue - Motor vehicle impounded up to trial of claim - Vehicle ordered released by Resident Magistrate - Written demand for release of motor vehicle after dismissal of case.

Bryan, Yvette v Bryan, Donovan

Family Law - Division of property – Equal share rule- Family home acquired before marriage - Other matrimonial property - Division of properties registered post separation - Entitlement to company shares. Property (Rights of Spouses) Act S. 6 (1) (a), 7 (1), 10, 14 (4) & 15.

Livermore, Courtney v Russell, Ezekiel Alexander

Damages - Appropriate award for injuries sustained – Claimant sustained injuries to his cervical spine and lumbar spine resulting from a motor vehicular accident – Pre-existing injury to lumbar spine

Mendez, Isaac v Roache, Corporal Kirk and The Attorney General

Malicious Prosecution  Claimant arrested and charged for breach of Copyright Act – Display of C D’s – Whether CD’s were for sale – Case dismissed for want of prosecution – Claimant brought action claiming damage for malicious prosecution - Resonable and probable cause – Constabulary Force Act s. 33 – Copyright Act s. 10, 31 (3) (b) & 46 (1) (b).

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