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Allen, Ceon v Johnson, Percival and The Attorney General of Jamaica

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[2022] JMSC Civ. 16
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False Imprisonment – Malicious Prosecution – Whether reasonable and probable cause to prosecute exists – Whether failure to properly investigate indicates malice – Whether initial arrest unlawful- Whether detention unduly lengthy – Aggravated Damages – Exemplary Damages – Sections 3(2), 4(a) of the Bail Act and the Second Schedule to the Bail Act – Sections 13, 15, 18 and 33 of the Constabulary Force Act
Preliminary point – Part 29.1 of the Civil Procedure Rules – Section 31E of the Evidence Act – Effect of failure to serve notice of intention to tender documents into evidence – Overriding objective of the Civil Procedure Rules


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