The Hon. Mr. Justice Kissock Laing

Treasure, Paulette v Treasure, Rudolph

Matrimonial Property – Parties separated – Whether property is the family home - Variation of equal share rule - Factors to be considered- The Property (Rights of Spouses) Act.

Harper, Cedric v Lee, David

Civil Procedure - Effect of failure to file application to pay by instalment form (form 6) with claim form in accordance with CPR 8.16(1)(e) - Whether this is a defect which may be cured – Whether re-serving claim form with application to pay by instalment is a method by which defect may be cured - Whether such re-service of claim form must be within 12 months life of the claim form - Whether an extension of time within which to serve claim form may be made more than 12 months after the claim form was issued

Stanigar-Reid, Sonia v Yee, Robert; Yee, Gary Lloyd and Crystal Bakery et al

Trusts - Constructive Trusts - Creation of trust - Whether an alleged declaration made by the deceased created a beneficial interest by the Claimant acting to her detriment.
Evidence - Whether an alleged declaration by the deceased is an admissible as an exception to the hearsay rule as being a declaration against pecuniary interest

Gordon, Albert v English, Valerie and The Attorney General of Jamaica

Trespass to land - Irregularly issued warrant -  Whether person on whose behalf a warrant of possession was issued or bailiff can be liable in trespass Negligence - Whether Clerk of Court can be liable in negligence or otherwise for irregularly issued warrant - Whether the Attorney General can be liable for the action of a Clerk of Court in issuing an irregular warrant - Whether breach of a consent order without more is a cause of action.

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

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