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2006

Gleane-Walker, Gillian v Errol Molotov Walker & Molotov Ltd

 IN THE SUPREME COIIR'T OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. HCV 1 191 12005

BETWEEN GlLLLlAN GLEANE-WALKER  CLAIMANT

AND ERROL MOLOTOV WALKER 1 DEFENDANT

AND MOLOTOV LIMlTED 2N" DEFENDANT

Ms. Carol Davis for Claimant.

Ms. Hillary Phillips and Ms. Andrea Bickhoff-Benjamin instructed by Grant Stewart

Phillips and Company for 1" and 2"d Defendants.

Heard 15"', 1 9 ' ~an d 24'h May 2006

Campbell, J

Freckleton, Valerie Patricia v Winston Earle Freckleton

IN 'THE SUPREME COLIRT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN THE CIVIL DIVISION

CLAIM NO. HCV 01694 OF 2005

BETWEEN

AND

IN THE MATTER OF all that parcel of land

part of Maverly Mountain in the parish of St.

Andrew being the land comprised in

Certificate of Title registered at Volume 1108

Folio 922 of the Register Book of Titles

AND

IN 'THE MATTER of all that parcel of land part

of Beverly Hills in the parish of Saint Andrew

Forbes, Rosemarie v Cecil Dawson

IN TIIE SUI'REILIE COURT OF JUDIC'ATLTKE OF JAMAICA

IN TI-IE CIVIL DtVISION 1

SUIT NO. FICV 2384 of 2003

BETWEEN ROSEMARIE FORBES CLAIMANT

AND CECIL DAWSON DEFENDANT

Miss Arlene Becltford instructed by Brown, Godfrey & Morgan for the

Claimant.

C) Miss Judith Clarke instructed by Judith M. Clarlte & Co. for the Defendant.

Trust- Claim for declaration of a beneficial interest in business

enterprise and in real property- whether business was a joint enterprise

Foote-Doonquah, Michelle v Jamaica Citadel Insurance Brokers Ltd., Nem Insurance Co. Ltd.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATLIRE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO 2005 HCV 01078

BETWEEN MICHELLE FOOTE-1)OONQUAH CLAIMANT

AND JAMAICA CITADEL INSURANCE FIRST DEFENDANT

BROKERS LIMITED

AND NEM INSURANCE SECOND DEFENDANT

COMPANY LIMITED

IN CHAMBERS

Mrs. Denise Kitson instructed by Grant Stewart Phillips and Company for the

C claimant

Miss Linda Wright for the first defendant

Mr. David Johnson instructed by Piper and Samuda for the second defendant

Follett, Maria v Bournville Briscoe, etal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CIVIL DIVISION

CLAIM NO. C.L. F 076 OF 1991

BETWEEN

AND

AND

AND

AND

MARIA FOLLElT CLAIMANT

BOURNVILLE BRISCOE FIRST DEFENDANT

EDWARD MENDEZ SECOND DEFENDANT

LENWORTH THOMAS THIRD DEFENDANT

RICARDO THOMAS FOURTH DEFENDANT

IN CHAMBERS

Mr. Ainsworth Campbell for the claimant

Mr. Christopher Samuda instructed by Piper and Samuda for the first and second

defendants

Financial Services Commission (The) v Olint Corp, David Smith & Overseas Locket International Corp.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

 CLAIM NO. 2006 HCV 3763

IN THE MATTER OF THE SECURITIES ACT

AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE FINANCIAL

SERVICES COMMISSION ACT

BETWEEN THE FINANCIAL SERVICES

COMMISSION

C, AND OLINT COW

AND DAVID SMITH

AND OVERSEAS LOCKET

INTERNATIONAL COW

1

CLAIMANT

1 s DEFENDANT

2ND DEFENDANT

3R" DEFENDANT

Lord Anthony Gifford Q.C., ~ rCh.ri stopher Dunkley and Mr. Huntley Watson

Fenton, Kaye Elliot v Mark Anthony Fenton

FAMILY DIVISION

SUIT NO. F2003lD 1797

IN CHAMBERS

BETWEEN KAYE ELLIOT FENTON PETITIONERIAPPLICANT

AND MARK ANTHONY FENTON RESPONDENT

Mr. Gordon Steer instructed by Chambers B~lnnya nd Steer for

Peti tioner1Applicant

Miss Carol Sewell for Respondent

APPLICATION FOR CUSTODY AND MAINTENANCE

Heard: January 11 & 23,2006

BROOKS, J.

Mr. and Mrs. Fenton's marriage has broken down. He has migrated to

Ellison, Pauline v The Attorney General & Constable W. McLean

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICAJ

IN THE CIVIL DIVISION

SUIT NO. HCV 0254 1 of 2004

BETWEEN PAULINE ELLISON CLAIMANT

 

AND THEATTORNEYGENERAL 1" DEFENDANT I

AND CONSTABLE W. McLEAN 2ND DEFEhTDAhTT I

Mrs. Arlene Harrison-Henry for the Claimant. I

I

Miss Tasha Manley instructed by the Director of State Proceedings for .the

Defendants.

1 Assessment of Damages I

I

31" May & 2" June, 2006 ~ I

BROOKS J.

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