2001

Grant,Hudson v Sonia Dawn Grant

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA 1 I
IN COMMON LAW I
SUIT NO. F/G 035/95 i !
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BETWEEN HUDSONGRANT APPLICANT !
AND SONIA DAWN GRANT RESPONDENT I
Mr. Audel Cunningham for the petitioner instructed by Mrs. Nancy J. Tulloch-Darby, I
Attorney at Law. 1 I
Mr. Lancelot Cowan for the respondent, instructed by Cowan, Dunkley and Cowan, 1
Attorneys at Law. I
HEARD: OCTOBER 20, & 26,2000
MARCH 22 & 23 2001
MAY 22.2001
IN CHAMBERS
RECKORD, J.
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Golding,Lorin et al v Theodore Prince etal`

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. GO81 of 1996
BETWEEN LORIN GOLDING lST PLAINTIFF
/--\
tL I AND VERNAL CARGILL 2NDP LAINTIFF
(Executors of Arnold Cargill
Deceased)
AND THEODORE PRINCE lSTD EFENDANT
AND GEORGE PRINCE 2ND DEFENDANT
AND JOSEPH PRINCE 3RD DEFENDANT
AND OMEGA PRINCE 4m DEFENDANT
Ms. Carol Davis instructed by Davis Bennett and Beecher-Bravo for
Plaintiffs.
Mr. Keith Bishop instructed by Kingston Legal Aid Clinic for
Defendants,

Garrick, Vincent v The Transport Authority

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OP JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO: G - 032 OF 2001
BETWEEN VINCENT GARRlCK
AND THE TRANSPORT AUTHORITY DEFENDANT
Matter heard on April 30, and May 10,2001; Judgment delivered June 20,2001
Don. 0. Foote, Esq., Attorney-at-Law, for the Plaintiff
Curtis, Cochrane, Esa, Attorney-at-Law for the Defendant
JUDGMENT
This matter comes before the Court by way of a Summons filed on behalf of the Plaintiff
seeking relief in the following terms:

Fender ,Robin v Joanna Reid

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L 1997lF163
BETWEEN ROBIN FENDER
AND JOANNA REID
PLAINTIFF
DEFENDANT
Mr. Andre Earle and Miss K. Larmond instructed by Rattray Patterson Rattray for the
Plaintiff.
Mr. Lowell Morgan instructed by Miss C. Minto of Nunes, Scholefield DeLeon and Co.
for the Defendant.
Heard: December 3.4. and 7.2001
HARRISON J
The Action
The plaintiffs action is one in Negligence and she is seeking to recover damages for her

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

Ellis ,Inasu Everald v Attorney General and Ransford A. Fraser (Constable)

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT C.L. E/050/1996 
BETWEEN INASU E VERALD ELLIS PLAINTIFF I
A N D ATTORNEY GENERAL
A N D RANSFORD A. FRASER
(CONSTABLE) 2ND DEFENDANT
Leon Green and Miss K. Anderson of Leon Green
And Company for plaintif$
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Curtis Cockrane and Mrs. Joy Crawford instructed by the
Director of State Proceedings for defendants.
Heard: August 16,2000,
Januarv 8,10,2001& March 21,2001.
This is a an assessment of damages arising from a claim by the I

Eciton Haulage Auto Sales Company Limited v Tropical Jalousies Limited

IN THE SUPREME COLRT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. E-087196
BETWEEN ECITON HAULAGE AUTO SALES PLAINTIFF
CO. LTD.
A N D TROPICAL JALOUSIES LTD. DEFENDANT
Mrs. Patricia Roberts Brown and Miss Suzette Wolfe, Attorneys-at-law for
the plaintiff instructed by Crafton Miller and Company.
Miss Haydee Gordon, Attorney-at-law, for the defendant, instructed by
Myers, Fletcher and Gordon.
HEARD: MAY 15 AND 16,2000
JUNE 26,29, AND 30,2000
JANUARY 22,2001
RECKORD. J,

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.

Cooper, Raymond et al v Cecile Cooper et al

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA 
IN EQUITY
SUITNO.El87OF 1992
c7 BETWEEN RAYMOND COOPER lSTP LAINTIFF I
L/
AND CECILE COOPER 2") PLAINTIFF I ,
AND CUPREZ COX lSTD EFENDANT
AND ELIZABETH STOCKHAUSER 2") DEFENDANT I
Mr. Samuel Harrison instructed by Messrs Dunn, Cox, Orrett and
Ashenheim for the plaintiff
Mrs. Janet-Kaye Stanbury instructed by Stanbury and Company for the first
defendant
The second defendant was not represented.
JAMES G.G. J.

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