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To provide sound, timely judgements and efficient court services in an environment where all stakeholders are valued.

The Hon. Justice Natalie Hart Hines

Wright, Steve v Gudapati, Venkata Krishna Rao

Procedural defect – Whether originating pleadings signed by claimant – Whether the failure to sign certificate of truth in originating pleadings is fatal – Discretion of court pursuant to Rule 3.13 of the Civil Procedure Rules 2002, as amended – Whether claimant’s statement of case should be struck out.

Hare, Novelette v Heslop, Garfield and Jamaica Urban Transit Company Limited

Negligence – Motor vehicle accident while claimant being trained to drive employer’s bus – Employer’s Liability – Duty of care owed by an employer to an employee – Whether employer provided employee with a safe system of work – Whether employer should have trained an employee who had no driver’s licence and no prior experience in driving – Whether employer provided employee with adequate training – Whether driving instructor did all that he reasonably could do to assist the claimant to avoid the accident – Defence of contributory negligence and volenti non fit injuria – Whether claimant hee

Re 10 Roseberry Drive, St. Andrew

Application to modify restrictive covenants – Whether covenant obsolete – Whether the existence of the covenant impedes the reasonable use of the land – Whether modification injures the persons entitled to the benefit of the restriction


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