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


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

The Hon. Mrs. Justice Stephane Jackson-Haisley

Nelson, O'Neil v Adams v Adams, Wilwood

Breach of Contract - Whether there is a valid contract - Whether contract void for consideration -  Whether principle of promissory estoppel applicable

Rowe, James v Rowe, Elaine and Roydell Thompson

Sections 174, 178, and 179 of the Companies Act - Whether the Claimant is entitled to a re-transfer of his shareholdings in the company - Whether a resulting trust was created in favour of the Claimant - Whether the presumption of advancement is displaced - Whether the removal of the Claimant as director is valid - Whether the appointment of the 1st and 2nd Defendants as directors of the company is valid

J Wray & Nephew Limited v Restaurant Associates Limited

Application for amendments to Claim Form after Case Management Conference –Whether the amendments constitute a new cause of action - Whether application to amend should extend to new provisions regarding interest rate – Civil Procedure Rules, 2002 Rule 20.4 (2) and 1.1 -  The Limitation of Actions Act – Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act

Carren Limited v Quest Security Services Limited

Rules 5.7, 5.19, 8.16, 12.4, 13.2, 26.9, 42.6, 45.2, 46.4 and 47.2 of the Civil Procedure Rules, 2002 – Section 387 of the Companies Act - Whether Default Judgment was irregularly obtained - Whether the Claimant’s Order for Seizure & Sale can be set aside after execution

Knott, Aleisha v Myrie, Copeland

Breach of Contract - Whether the Defendant is liable for failing to complete the modification of the unfinished building - Whether the Claimant breached the contract for failing to pay the Defendant in a timely manner - Whether the Defendant is in breach of the contract for leaving the work site - Whether the Defendant should be compensated for additional works.

Davis-Brown;, Lorna and Basil Brown v Davis, Nicole Simone et al

Application for extension of time to file defence - Application for default judgment to be entered - Rules10.3(9), 12.1, 12.5 and 13.4, 26.1(2) (c) of the Civil Procedure Rules - Lengthy and inordinate delay - No good reason provided - Good and arguable defence



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