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Speedways Jamaica Ltd v Jonathan Outar

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. S 109 OF 1999
IN CHAMBERS
BETWEEN SPEEDWAYS JAMAICA LTD PLAINTIFF
AND JONATHAN OUTAR DEFENDANT,
Cj
Miss Marina Sakhno instructed by Cowan, Dunkley and Cowan for plaintiff.
Miss Marsha Smith instructed by Ernest Smith & Company for defendants.
Heard on April 9,2002
JONES, T. (A&
On July 21, 1999, the plaintiff obtained judgment in default of appearance
for the amount of $2,030,000.00. The defendant has applied to have the judgment

Rehdi-Carol Johnson v Robert Martin

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
JAMAICA
IN EQUITY
SUIT NO. E 136 OF 1999
BETWEEN CAROL JOHNSON REHDI PLAINTIFF
AND ROBERT MARTIN DEFENDANT
Ian G. Willdnson instructed by Ian G. Willsinson & Co for the plaintiff
Miss Sandra Johnson instructed by Sandra Johnson & Company for the defendant.
Heard: September 26,27 and, October 22,2002
I I and courtesy in which they discharged their responsibilities in this matter.
I
I I The plaintiff in tlus action is an auditor residing at 296 Cedar Grove Estate,

McDermott,Pansy v Garnett Lewis & AG

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW 
SUIT NO. C.L. M 328 OF 1998
BETWEEN PANSY MCDERMOTT PLAINTIFF
AND GARNETT LEWIS lsT DEFENDANT
AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 2ND DEFENDANT
Mr. Lawrence Haynes for the plaintiff
Mr. Cochrane instructed by the Director of State Proceedings for the defendants ~ - . _ i
Heard: April 25 and Mav 3,2002
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES
JONES, T ( A d
The plaintiff is a higgler by occupation. In May 1993 she lived at Hayfield

McLean,Norris v Det. Sgt. Hamilton, etal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. CL M21511993
IN CHAMBERS
BETWEEN NORRIS McLEAN PLAINTIFF
AND DET. SGT, HAMILTON 1Sr DEFENDANT
AND
AND
AND
SUPT. WALKER 2ND DEFENDANT
SGT. GOFFE WALKER 3RD DEFENDANT
ATT0RNEY;GENERAL 4TH DEFENDANT
Miss Y Emmanuel instructed by Haughton & Associates for plaintiff
Miss S Bennett instructed by Director of State Proceedings for defendants
REASONS FOR DECISION
Heard on April 9,2002
JONES, T. (Ag)

Wisdom,Lloyd v Janet Johnson

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO: C.L. 1996 / W. - 240
BETWEEN LLOYD WISDOM
AND JANET JOHNSON
PLAIN=
DEFENDANT
Heard on June 3.4.5,7,10 and 11,2002
Mr. M. Frankson instructed by Gaynair & Fraser for Plaintiff R Braham, Esq., and Mrs.
S. Risden-Foster, instructed by Livingstone Alexander & Levy for Defendant.
(3 ANDERSON, J.
In this case, perhaps most unusually, most of the critical facts are agreed as between the

Dean,Keith v Rudolph Shaw, etal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. 2000/D-006
BETWEEN KEITH DEAN PLAINTIFF 
AND RUDOLPH SHAW IST DEFENDANT 
AND KENNETH MCKENZIE 2ND DEFENDANT
AND HEPBURN HARRIS
(2 AND POWELL TAKOR
3'3" DEFENDANT
4TH DEFENDANT
Mr. Maurice Frankson instructed by Messrs. Gaynor & Fraser for plaintiff I
The defendants were unreprfsented
I
Heard: April 22 and Mav 3,2002 ~
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES
JONES, T. (An- .)

Jamaica Creditors Investigation & Consultant Bureau Ltd v Michmont Trading Ltd

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATLTRE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. J-015/2002
BETWEEN
AND
JAMAICA CREDITORS
INVESTIGATION &
CONSULTANT
BUREAU LTD. PLAINTIFF
(Suing as agent for EX-IMPORT
BANK OF TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
& ROYAL BANK OF 'TRINIDAD
& TOBAGO)
MICHMONT TRADING
LIMITED DEFENDANT
H. Charles Johnson instructed by H. Charles Johnson & Co for plaintiff.
Miss Brandie Anderson instructed by Raphael Codlin & Co. for defendant
Heard: May 5, and 9,2003

Patten,Isaiah v Joan Green, etal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JAMAICA
 JAMAICA
SUIT NO. C.L P-186 OF 1998
:IN CHAMBERS
BETWEEN ISAIAH PAlTEN PLAINTIFF
JOAN GREEN 2ND PLAINTIFF
AND KAREN M. CRANE lnDE FENDANT
AND LLOYD McNAB zND DEFENDANT
Mr. Norman Samuels for the plaintiff
Mr. R. Smellie instructed by Daly, Twaites & Company, for the lst and znd
defendants.
Heard: Julv 2 and 4. 2003
Jones J. (Aa.1
The lSt and znd defendants have applied to this court for an order that the

Harvey,Hermina v Amy Rigabie

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L.H 049 OF 2001
BETWEEN HERMINA HARVEY PLAINTIFF
AND AMY RlGABlE DEFENDANT
Mr. Ainsworth Campbell for plaintiff.
The defendant was not present or represented.
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES
Heard: November 13 and December 2, 2003
JONES, J. (Ag.1
It is hard not to feel a pang of sympathy for Miss Hermina Harvey. Here
she was trying to be a good pedestrian, using the pedestrian crossing on a busy

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