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2005

Can-Cara Development Ltd v Magil Construction Ja. Ltd

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JLTDICATUR OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. HCV 24 1612003

BETWEEN CAN-CARA DEVELOPMENT LTD CLAIMANT

AND MAGIL CONSTRUCTION JAMAICA LTD DEFEIVDANT

John Vassell instructed by DunnCox for the defendant.

Dr. Barnett and Philip Malcolm for the claimant.

Heard: 23rd February and loth ~a~ 2004 and 18Ih March 2@5

Campbell J.

Background:

Can-Cara Development Ltd. (Can-Cara) entered into a Joint Venture Agreement

Campbell, Rodney v The Jamaica Observer Ltd, Chester Francis-Jackson

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMACIA

IN COMMON LAW

CLAIM NO. C.L. 2002/C-238

BETWEEN RODNEY CAMPBELL CLAIMANT

A N D THE JAMAICA OBSERVER

LIMITED 1ST DEFENDANT

A N D CHESTER FRANCIS-JACKSON 2ND DEFENDANT

Miss C. Brown instructed by Vacianna & Whittingham for the Claimant.

Miss M. Brown instructed by Brown-Hamilton & Associates f o r the

Defendants.

HEARD: 2 0 t h April and gth June 2005

MANGATAL, J.

Campbell, Lascelles v Clifton Bennett, Steve Gardener

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT NO. CL C 248 OF 1995 I

BETWEEN LASCELLES CAMPBELL .

AND CLIFTON BENNElT

AND STEVE GARDENER

CLAIMANT

FIRST DEFENDANT

SECOND DEFENDANT

Miss Deborah Dowding instructed by Arthur Williams and Company ~

C for the claimant

Campbell, Kerron v Kenroy Watson, Attorney General

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF

CIVIL DIVISION

SUIT NO. C. L. C. 385 OF 1998

BETWEEN KERRON CAMPBELL CLAIMANT

AND KENROY WATSON FIRST DEFENDANT

AND ATTORNEY GENERAL

OF JAMAICA SECOND DEFENDANT

/

/

Mr. Ainsworth Campbell for the claimant

Mr. Peter Wilson for the first and second defendants

November 4, December 6,30,2004 and January 6,2005

Sykes J (Ag)

FALSE IMPRISONMENT, MALICIOUS PROSECUTION, ASSAULT AND

BAlTERY

C?

Campbell, Henry v Cecil Whittle

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

SUIT N0.C.L. 1999/C-302

BETWEEN

AND

HENRY CAMPBELL CLAIMANT

CECIL WHITTLE DEFENDANT

Mr. Leslie Campbell, instructed by Campbell & Campbell for the

Claimant.

Mr. Manley Nicholson, instructed by Nicholson Phillips for the

Defendant.

Heard: January 31, February 1 and April 19, 2005

Mangatal J:

1. Mr. Campbell claims to have suffered personal injury, loss and

Bryan, Lurline v Gwendolyn Juleye

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATLrRE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. 2005 HCV 0 103 8

IN THE MATTER of an application by

LURLINE BRYAN to exercise jurisdiction

over the management of property owned by

GWENDOLYN JULEYE

I AND I

IN THE MATTER of Section 29 of the

Mental Health Act

Mr. Debayo Adedipe for Applicant

I

Mrs. Marvalyn Taylor-Wright instructed by Taylor-Wright & Company for Respondent

Heard: October 1 1, November 14, 2 1, and December 5,2005

Sinclair-Haynes, J (Ag.)

Bryan, George v Grossett Harris

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

 CIVIL DIVISION

CL 200/B 089

BETWEEN

AND

GEORGE BRYAN CLAIMANT

GROSSElT HARRIS DEFENDANT

Mr. Ainsworth Campbell for the claimant

Mr. David Johnson instructed by Althea Wilkins for the defendant

October 18 and 21,2005

RULING ON ADMISSIBILITY OF WITNESS STATEMENT

RULES 26.7 (2), 29.4 (I), (2) AND 29.11 OF THE CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES

SYKES J

The issue

Bryan, Aubrey v Coolit Ltd & Glenford Coleman

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT NO. CL 1996/B 125

BETWEEN AUBREY BRYAN CLAIMANT

AND

AND

COOLIT LIMlTED 1 ST DEFENDANT

GLENFORD COLEMAN 2ND DEFENDANT

C

Ms. Racquel Dunbar for the Claimant.

Defendant not represented.

Heard 25th and 27th January 2005

Campbell, J.

Assessment of Damages

On the 2oth July 1990, Mr. Aubrey Bryan was driving his Lada motorcar

Blair, George v Emily Warmington

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

SUITE NO. C.L 1990/B205

BETWEEN GEORGE BLAIR CLAIMANT 1

A N D EMILY WARMINGTON DEFENDANT ~

Mr. Sylvester Morris for Claimant.

Mr. Rudolph Smellie instructed by Daley Thwaites & Co. for the Defendant. I

BROOKS, J. I

I

Heard: 9th & 2sth~ a&y 3rd J une, 2005 1

George Blair and Emily Warmington lived together in an intimate i 1

Beal Industries Ltd v Trinidad Match Co & Mussons Jamaica Limited

IN THE SUPREME COURT JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. 2004/HCV01976

BETWEEN BEAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED CLAIMANT

AND TRINIDAD MATCH COMPANY 1 ST DEFENDANT

AND MUSSONSJAMAICA LIMITED 2ND DEFENDANT

Alexander Williams instructed by Williams, Palomino, Gordon-Palomino C for the Claimant.

Sandra Minott-Phillips and Ronald Young instructed by Myers Fletcher and

Gordon for the 2nd Defendant.

1'' Defendant unrepresented and not served.

Heard: gth and loth November 2004 and 4th March 2005

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