Vision 

A world-class judiciary utilizing innovation and technology for efficient service delivery.

Mission

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

The Hon. Mr. Justice Bryan Sykes

RBTT Bank Jamaica Limited v YP Seaton et al

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
CIVIL DIVISION
CLAIM NO. CL 1993/E 083
BETWEEN RBTT BANK JAMAICA LIMITED CLAIMANT
AND YP SEATON FIRST DEFENDANT
AND EARTHCRANE HAULAGE LIMITED SECOND DEFENDANT
AND YP SEATON & ASSOCIATES THIRD DEFENDANT
COMPANY LIMITED
CONSOLIDATED WITH
CLAIM NO CL 1993/S 252
BETWEEN YP SEATON CLAIMANT
AND RBTT BANK JAMAICA LIMITED DEFENDANT
IN OPEN COURT

Matalon, Joseph and Honourable Mayer Matalon OJ v Jamaica Observer Limited

N THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
CIVIL DIVISION
CLAIM NO.
2009 HCV 00070
BETWEEN
JOSEPH M MATALON
FIRST CLAIMANT
AND
HONOURABLE MAYER MATALON OJ
SECOND CLAIMANT
AND
JAMAICA OBSERVER LIMITED
DEFENDANT
Go
rdon Robinson instructed by Winsome Marsh for the first claimant
Winston Spaulding QC and Vincent Chen instructed by Chen Green & Company
for the defendant
February 6, 7, 8,

The Jamaica Bar Association v The Attorney General and The General Legal Council

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN THE CIVIL DIVISION
CLAIM NO. 2014 HCV 04772
IN THE MATTER OF the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms (Constitutional Amendment) Act, 2011 (the Charter)
A N D
IN THE MATTER of the Proceeds of Crime Act and Regulations and consequential amendments to the Legal Professional Act and Canons and the General Legal Council of Jamaica, Anti-Money Laundering Guidance for the Legal Profession.
BETWEEN THE JAMAICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CLAIMANT
A N D THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FIRST DEFENDANT

Winnifred Hunter v Michael Brown

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L.H 010 OF 2001
BETWEEN WINNIFRED HUNTER PLAINTIFF
AND MICHAEL BROWN DEFENDANT
Mr. Norman Samuels for plaintiff
c'I No .appearance by or for defendant
-.--- - - HearsJune 24, 25, 26, 2002 and July 26, 2002
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES
--
Sykes J (Ag)
cl 1-.Miss Winnifred Hunter is an octogenarian. Her birth
day is February 11, 1919. She has survived, unscathed,
the greater part of the twentieth century including

Banton ,Coley Verona v Marcia Coley, etal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA i/
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. 200/B-201
BETWEEN VERONA COLEY BANTON 1 ST PLAINTIFF
AND MARCIA COLEY ANDP LAINTIFF
AND NANCY TULLOCH-DARBY lST DEFENDANT
AND DERRICK DARBY AND DEFENDANT
Mi. Gayle Nelson for the Applicant
Mi. Orlando Terrelonge for the First PlaintifQRespondent
Heard April 22, May 1 and May 3,2002
APPLICATION TO SET ASIDE ORDER FOR SUBSTITUTED SERVICE
 Sykes J (Ag)
The respondent to this summons is the first plaintiff in this matter. She issued a

Smith,Neville v Dave Clarke, etal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA
IN COMMON LAW
SUIT NO. C.L. S 034/2001
BETWEEN
AND
AND
NEVILLE SMITH
DAVE CLARKE
ORAL DESULME
PLAINT1 FF
FIRST DEFENDANT
SECOND DEFENDANT
Mr. Linton Gordon instructed by Frater, Ennis & Gordon for
the plaintiff
No appearance for the defendants
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES
HEARD JUNE 24, 26, 27 and June 28, 2002
Sykes J (Ag)
The plaintiff is a school teacher. He is also a part
time mechanic. He is a member of the Jamaica National

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