The Hon. Mrs. Justice Carol Lawrence-Beswick

Elson, Hopeton v Attorney General

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. CL. E043195
C BETWEEN HOPETON ELSON PLAINTIFF
AND ATTORNEY GENERAL DEFENDANT
D. Daley Q. C. instructed by Daley, Thwaites, Campbell for the plaintiff.
N. Hamaty instructed by Director of State Proceedings for the defendant.
HEARD: 7TH & gTHA ND 17THM AY, 2001
BESWICK, J. (Age)
C :
The plaintiff contends that on July 8, 1994, at a fair being held at Gordon
Hill School, a man was wielding a knife amidst the crowd that was attending. A

Alton Gordon v TankWeld Ltd

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

BETWEEN ALTON GORDON PLAINTIFF

AND TANKWELD LTD. DEFENDANT

Miss Sandra .Tohnson instructed by Sandra C. Johnson and Compa~~foyr the Plaintiff.

Miss Daniella Gentles instructed by Livingston, Alexander and Levy for the Defcndallt.

HEARD: February 26. 28 and June 13,2003

BESWICK, J.

The plaintiff seeks to recover damages fi.0111 the defendant, alleging that he suffered

Wickham, Winsome v Keith Recas, John Johnson

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CL 1996/W185

BETWEEN WINSOME WICKHAM CLAIMANT

AND KEITH RECAS 1 St DEFENDANT

AND JOHN JOHNSON 2nd DEFENDANT

C

J. Daley and P. Brown-Rose instructed by Blackridge Covington

for the DefendantslApplicants

A. Campbell for the ClaimantIRespondent

Heard: April 2 1,2005

Beswick J.

Reasons for judgment

Keith Recas and John Jol~nsoiin~ t his Pre-Trial Review

applied for the claim against them to be struck out as being an

Stennett, Elma v The Attorney General

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. HCV 00790/2003

BETWEEN ELMA STENNETT CLAIMANT

AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL DEFENDANT

c, J. Clarke and A. Clarke for Claimant

P. Foster and K. Larrnan instructed by Director of State Proceedings for

Defendant

Heard: April 6, May 31, July 25, and November 11.2005

Beswick J.

The Minister of Finance and Planning granted to Mrs. Elma Stennett, a duty

iC/ concession which allowed her to pay 20% of the duty due on a motor vehicle

Shakira Dixon v Donald Jackson

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. CLD 04212002

BET WEEN SHAKIRA DIXON CLAIMANTIAPPLICANT

(by her next friend Norine Bennett)

AND DONALD JACKSON DEFEND ANTIRESPONDENT

R. Reitzin instructed by Reitzin & Hernandez for Claimant

M. Manning and C. Minto instructed by Nunes, Scholefield, DeLeon & Co. for

Defendant

Heard: June 10, July 22,26 and September 30,2005

Beswick J.

On January 25, 2002, a motor vehicle accident occurred on March Pen Road, St.

Lewis, Keith v The Attorney General

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA ,

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT NO. C.L. LO4212000

BETWEEN KEITH LEWIS CLAIMANT

AND THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL DEFENDANT

L. Equiano and S. Jarrett for Claimant

A. Lindsay instructed by Director of State Proceedings for Defendant

Heard: April 4 and 18,2005

Beswick J.

Mr. Keith Lewis became a District Constable in December 198 1. In

1994 he was arrested and charged for a criminal offence. Thereafter, he

was suspended with no pay and was eventually dismissed.

Richards, Roseland v K's Roofing Co. Ltd & Abe Kawass

IN THE SLPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

HCV 10 1012003

BETWEEN

AND

AND

ROSELAND RICHARDS CLAIMANT

K'S ROOFING CO. LTD. lST DEFENDANT

ABE KAWASS 2ND DEFENDANT

A. Campbell for the Claimant

A. Williams instructed by Clinton Hart & Co. for the Defendants

Heard: December 13, 14 and 1 5, 2005 and May 12,2006

Beswick, J.

Mr. Roseland Richards filed this suit against his former employers, K's Roofing

Company Limited. (K's Roofing) and Mr. Abe Kawass (its manager), seeking

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