Williams, Kathleen v Lee, Devern

Application to set aside default judgment – Whether the defendant was served with originating documentations – Default judgment allegedly irregularly entered – When did the defendant became aware of the default judgment – Whether the application was made as soon as was reasonably practicable after finding out about the default judgment – Whether the proposed defence has a realistic prospect of success

Jones, Keneisha v Jones, Michael Lancelot Garrison

Property Rights of Spouses Act Sections 6 and 7 – Division of Matrimonial Home – Exceptions to the equal share rule – The factors that the court may consider in determining whether the equal share rule is to be varied.

Wright, Alrick v Farquharson, Donna

Civil practice and procedure - Interlocutory injunction - Whether there is a serious issue to be tried - Balance of inconvenience - Whether damages is an adequate remedy.

Phoenix Printery Limited v Ashcar Printing Solutions Limited

Contract – Pre-Incorporation contract- Whether adopted - Whether subsequent contract executed – Whether breach of contract to pay commission – whether breach of contract by claimant releases defendant from obligation to pay sums due under contract.

Regina v OGilvie, Everette

Sentencing after trial - Offence of knowingly possessing identity information - Section 10(1) of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transactions) (Special Provisions) Act, 2013

Guardian Life Limited v Dunkley, Christopher

Civil Procedure - CPR Rule 69.4 - Scope of the rule - Whether the words complained of by the Claimant are capable of bearing the meanings attributed to them in the statements of case.

Cenitech Engineering Solutions Limited v National Contracts Commission, The Integrity Commission (formerly the Contrctor General of Jamaica, The Minister of Agriculture & Fisheries et al

Judicial Review –The Contractor General Act –The Integrity Act - Revocation of grade 1 certification –Absence of Regulations – Whether National Contracts Commission (Validation and Indemnity) Act applies – Whether 1st Respondent liable - Reversal of decision to award contract – Whether natural justice applies – Whether constitutional right to fair hearing - Whether hearing required prior to revocation and/or reversal – Whether decision inevitable and remedy to be refused- Whether 2nd Respondent breached duty of confidentiality - Whether 3rd Respondent liable - Damages - Circumstances in whi



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