The Hon. Mr. Justice Lennox Campbell

Gray ,Maud Lena v Albert Gray

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN EQUITY
SUIT NO. E. 288 OF 1997
BETWEEN MAUD LENA GRAY APPLICANT
A N D ALBERT GRAY RESPONDENT
Ms. H. Gibson-Henlin and Mrs. S. Soares for Applicant
Mr. Campbell instructed by Pollard, Lee Clarke & Campbell for
Respondent - ~
ORAL JUDGMENT
Heard: 21 February, 2" & gth arch 2001
CORAM: CAMPBELL, J (Actingll
Mrs. Maud Lena Gray, has applied by Amended Summons pursuant y.
to S. 16 of the Married Women's Property Act for a determination of all

Delfosse,Michael v Alvin Wignall

IN TlZ 3UI"l'ShE COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
SUIT NO. C.L. 2000D055
BETWEEN MICHAEL DELFOSSE
A N D ALVIN WGNALL
Mr. Audel Cunningham for plaintiff.
PLAINTIFF
DEFENDANT
Mr. Maurice Manning instructed by Nunes, Scholefield, DeLeon & Co.
for the defendant.
Heard: 31'' Julv, 2001
Campbell, J.
On the 8th June 2000, the plaintiff commenced an action to recover the
sum of six hundred thousand dollars ($600,000) with interest, in respect of a
Promissory Note that he claimed, was executed by the defendant.

Blackwood,Seymour v Claudette Blackwood

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA 
IN EQUITY
SUIT NO. E. 100 OF 2001
BETWEEN SEYMOUR BLACKWOOD
A N D CLAUDETTE BLACKWOOD
APPLICANT
RESPONDENT
Mr. H.S. Rose for the Applicant.
Mr. Leighton Miller for the Respondent.
Heard: 25&S e~tember2, 001,28& Se~tember2, 001 and 3& October, 2001
Campbell, J.
The parties were married on the 2gh September, 1998. The husband/applicant
was then aged 60 years, and the wife, 34 years. In 1.995 the applicant who had lived all

Silvest, Casilda and Samuels, Leon v Ellis, Rupert and Thomas, Devon

Breach of Contract – Claimants seek damages and interest – Whether interest should be awarded at the prevailing bank rate – Discretionary and Realistic award of interest – Judge should be provided with evidence to assess and ascertain an appropriate rate – Statistics from reputable agencies – Claim for an award of interest at the prevailing bank rate granted

Gilbert, Troy v Regina

Application for review of an inmate held at the Court’s Pleasure – Part 75 of the Civil Procedure Rules – Section 7(7) of the Parole Act – Whether the Applicant should be released unconditionally or on parole with conditions – The court orders the
Applicant to be released unconditionally.

Crown Cork De Guatemala v Carlo Products Ltd

IN THE SUPREME COURT. OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. 1999lC-324
BET WEEN CROWN CORK De GUATEMALA PLAINTIFF I
AND CARLO PRODUCTS LIMITED
DEFENDANT
Mr. John Graham for the Plaintiff
Mr. John Givans for the Defendant
24m, 25m October And 29" November, 2001
CAMPBELL, J
On the 6' December, 1999, the Plaintiff, a corporation registered I
I
c' under the Laws of Guatemala, filed Writ of Summons and Statement of
Claim against the Defendant, a Company registered under the Laws of

Brown-Sinclair, Ilene v The Attorney General of Jamaica

False Imprisonment – Malicious Prosecution – Assault – Trespass – Complainant and Claimant complain of Carnal Abuse – No attendance of Complainant at court proceedings – Claimant charged with Attempting to Pervert the Course of Justice
– Claimant claims Damages – Exemplary Damages – Aggravated Damages –
Claimant’s claim fails – No damages awarded.

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