The Hon. Mr. Justice Kirk Anderson

Green, Ehoan v The Captain's Bakery Ltd.

 

Claim for breach of statutory duty and/or negligence – Duty to securely fence any dangerous part of any machinery in a factory – Duty to securely fence is not dependent on whether machine can be used as intended with secure fencing of same in place – Definition of ‘dangerous part’ – Whether protection afforded to those who unauthorizedly interact with dangerous parts of machinery in a factory.

Grains Jamaica Ltd v Danny Wiginton, etal

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

George Trading Ltd v The Commissioner Taxpayer Audit And Assessment Department

IN THE REVENUE COURT
REVENUE COURT APPEAL NO: 2 OF 2002
IN RE THE GENERAL CONSUMPTION TAX ACT
BETWEEN GEORGE TRADING LIMITED APPELLANT
AND THE COMMISSIONER TAXPAYER
AUDIT AND ASSESSMENT DEPARTMENT
(GENERAL CONSUMPTION TAX) RESPONDENT
Mr. Herbert A. Hamilton for Appellant; Mrs. Yolande Lloyd-Small for Respondent;
Heard on May 28 and 30, July 10 and 23, and August 27,2003.
ANDERSON: J.
This is an application by way of a summons to extend the time for the filing of an appeal in

Lewis, Neil v Baker, Astley

Negligence - Contributory negligence - Overtaking of vehicle - Turning into path of oncoming vehicle - Denial of allegation - Need to put forward reasons for denial - Failure to put own version of allegation which has been denied.

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