The Hon. Mr. Justice Roy Anderson

City of Kingston Co-operative Credit Union Ltd. v Registrar of Co-operatives and Friendly Societies, Yvette Reid

IN TIIE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATUliE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. HCV 1658 OF 2006

IN THE MATTER of a dispute between

Yvette Reid and Mavis Henry and the

City of Kingston Co-operative Credit

Union Limited

AND

IN THE MATTER of the Co-operative

Societies Act.

BETWEEN CITY OF KINGSTON CO-OPERATIVE

CREDIT UNION LIMITED APPLICANT

AND REGISTRAR OF CO-OPERATIVES

AND FRIENDLY SOCIETlES lSR' ESPONDENT

AND YVETTE REID 2'Id RESPONDENT

Heard 19'" October, 2006 and February 16,2007

Sterling, Paula-Ann v Sterling, Wayne

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. HCV OOO69 OF 2007

BETWEEN PAULA-ANN TRACY STERLING CLAIMANT

AND WAYNE FABIAN STERLING DEFENDANT

Heard on October 28, and December 3, 2008

Property (Rights of Spouses) Act 2004: Declaration of interest in Property. Whether

house is family home for purposes of sections 6 and 7. Whether application has to be

Shaw, Openiah v The Attorney General for Jamaica

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMACIA

IN CIVIL DIVISION

CLAIM NO. HCV 05443 OF 2005

BETWEEN OPENIAH SHAW CLAIMANT

AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR DEFENDANT

JAMAICA

Mr. Charles Campbell instructed by Charles R. Campbell & Co. for the Claimant and Mr.

Brian Moody instructed by the Director of State proceeding for the Defendant.

Heard Tuesday June 12 and Wednesday June 13,2007; March 13,2008.

CORAM: ANDERSON: J

In this action Ms. Openiah Shaw, (the "Claimant") an alleged businesswoman of a

Clarke, Lloyd v Corporal E. F. Quest, etal

Assessment of Damages; Spinal injury arising from gunshot wound inflicted by police

officer leading to paralysis below waist; Incontinence of bowels and bladder; allegation

of impotence

Woozencroft, Rudolph v Holiday Inn Jamaica Inc. and Holiday Inn Inc.

Application by claimant for relief from sanctions under CPR 26.8 whether conditions satisfied for court to grant relief - Whether the conditions of Rule 26.8 are to be read conjunctively - The exercise of the judge's discretion in the context of the over-riding objective.

Wiliams, Leroy v Enyi, Kenneth

Medical negligence -Administering injunction to buttock - Damages to sciatic nerve - Whether injection administered to proper area of buttocks - Whether injuries suffered by claimant result from damage to sciatic nerve - Whether special damages proven by claimant - No documentary evidence to support damages - No amendment to pleadings sought

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