The Hon. Mr. Justice Lennox Campbell

Bailey Terrelonge Allen (A firm) v National Transport Co-operative Society Limited

Recovery of Attorney’s costs – Contingency Agreement - Application for an Interim Declaration – Application for a Charging Order - Solicitors Act – Part 48 of Civil Procedure Rules – Section 28D of the Judicature (Supreme Court) Act - Whether Charging Order and/or Interim Declaration can be granted in the circumstances – Abridgement of time to hear application – Does the circumstances warrant an abridgment of time – Application for Interim Declaration granted – Application for a Charging Order refused – Application for Abridgement of time refused.

Pine, Miguel v Commissioner of Police

Judicial Review – Application for leave to apply for Judicial Review – Breach of Natural Justice – Fair Hearing – Remedies – Mandamus – Reinstatement of Probationary Officer – Usurpation of Statutory Authority – Sparing exercise of Court’s discretion to reinstate – Conflict of evidence between Parties - Public interest element – Mandamus imposed where there is a clear duty and not mere discretion – Promptness of Application for leave – Delay – Whether there is a good reason for Delay – Arguable ground with a Real Prospect of Success.

Dunkley, Carlton v Chen, Jeremy and Chen, Lisa

Breach of Contract – Oral Agreement for sale and purchase of Motorcar – Recovery of sum due and owing – Interest at Commercial Bank Rate - Beneficial and Legal owner - Counterclaim – Failure of Consideration – Rental Arrears – Insufficient evidence – No receipt of payment - No date of payment – Substantial deprivation of Benefits – Least difficulty or embarrassment caused by burden – Proof of positive proposition preferred than negative proposition – Judgment for the Claimant.

Wong ,Lisa etal v Phillip Samms

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN EQLUTY
SUIT NO. E. 391 OF 1994
BETWEEN LISA WONG 1 ST PLAINTIFF
JOANNE BLACKBERRY 2ND PLAINTIFF
JODI. WONG 3RD PLAINTIFF
CHRISTINE WONG 4TH PLAINTIFF
RICHARD CHONG 5TH PLAINTIFF
DONOVAN WONG 6" PLAINTIFF
AND PHILLIP SAMMS DEFENDANT
Mr. Michael Hylton, Q.C. and Mrs. Michelle
Charnpagnie instructed by Myers, Fletcher &
Gordon for Plaintiffs
Mr. Leon Green and Kayann Anderson for the Defendants
ENQUIRY PURSUANT TO CONSENT ORDER
In Chambers

Walker,Dawnette v Hensley Pink

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUITNO. C.L. W123/2000
BETWEEN DAWNETTE WALKER PLAINTIFF
AND HENSLEY PINK DEFENDANT
Mr. Campbell for the Plaintiff
Mr. Maragh for the Defendant
Heard: 27th November. 2001 and 7& December. 2001
CAMPBELL, J.
The plaintiff, Dawnette Walker aged 36, is a corporal in the Jamaica
Constabulary Force. On the 7& September 1998 at about 9:30arn, she was
the driver of a marked police Toyota motorcar registered 202243. On

Tulloch Estate Limited v Industrial Disputes Tribunal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OR JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
MISCELLANEOUS
SUIT NO. M130/2001
BETWEEN TULLOCH ESTATE LIMITED PLAINTIFF
A N D INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES DEFENDANT
TRIBUNAL
Ms. G. Scott for plaintiff
Heard: isth December, 2001 and 1 9D~ec~em ber, 2001
Campbell, J
The applicant, Tulloch Estate Limited, has filed an exparte
notice pursuant to S564C of the Judicature (Civil Procedure Code),
(Amendment) (Judicial Review) Rules, 1998 which provides as
follows:
Application - , not to be made without leave

National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited v Henry Fullerton

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. 1998M236
BETWEEN NATIONAL COMMERCIAL PLAINTIFF
BANK JAMAICA LIMITED
AND HENRY FULLERTON DEFENDANT
Mr. Maurice Manning instructed by
Messrs. Nunes, Scholefield, DeLeon & Co.
for the Plaint iff.
Mr. Walter Scott and Mrs. Sharon Usim
instructed by Chancellor & Co.
for the Defendant.
Heard: 2otb,2 1st, March, 2001 and 1 3N~ov~em ber, 2001
CAMBPELL, J.
Before the 'Court were two applications;

Hard Rock Limited et al v Hard Rock limited et al

IN T-HE- SUPREME COURT-OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA . 
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. 2000/H-86
BETWEEN HARD ROCK LIMITED 1 ST PLAINTIF
C AND HARD ROCK CAFE
INTERNATIONAL 2m PLAINTIFF
(U.S .A.) INC.
AND
AND
HARD ROCK
INTERNATIONAL. LIMITED 3 m " ~ HARD ROCK HOLDINGS
LIMITED 4m PLAINTIFF
AND HRC CANADA INC. 5TH PLAINTIFF
G AND RANK HOLDINGS
(NETHERLANDS) BV 6m PLATNTIFF
AND HARD ROCK LIMITED 1 ST DEFENDANT v
AND HARD ROCK CAFE
FACTORY OUTLET
JAMAICA LIMITED 2m DEFENDANT ,

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