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Asot Michael et al v Attorney General et al

Categories: 2009, Antigua & Barbuda, High Court Judgments, Judgments, June

…disclosed resulting from the Attorney’s absence at the commencement of the search.97. The refusal to allow Gaston Browne to enter the premises is, I believe, entirely within the right of the Police. In any event, again, no actionable prejudice to…

Shankiell v Myland v COP et al

Categories: 2014, Grenada, High Court Judgments, Judgments, May

…the search warrant issued and executed at his home on 7th February 2012. The entire scope of the claim hinges on the unlawful removal and retention of items seized under the search warrant. This position is reinforced in the affidavit…

Anthony Bramble Dba Tropical Construction v Angela Burns

Categories: 2013, High Court Judgments, Judgments, September, Territory of the Virgin Islands

…remark or statement (often long forgotten or difficult to recall or explain) on which to found a claim such as the present to the existence of a collateral warranty. The entire agreement clause obviates the occasion for any such search

Kimberly Ward et al v The Chief of Police et al

Categories: 2013, High Court Judgments, Judgments, November, Saint Kitts and Nevis

…reliefs sought are damages for malicious procurement of a search warrant, damages in trespass for wrongfully interfering with goods in the possession of the claimant[s] damages for assault1, damages for false imprisonment2 and wrongful arrest, damages for false arrest3, aggravated…

Cora Richardson Hodge et al v. Attorney General of Anguilla et al

Categories: 2011, Anguilla, High Court Judgments, Judgments, May

…the Commissioner of Police and Mr. Arsenault to disclose the documents/information on which Mr. Arsenault relied in order to obtain the search warrant. Background [4] It is important to state the background in some detail. Mrs. Cora Richardson-Hodge and Ms….

Clearlie Todman-Brown v Melvin Rymer

Categories: 2011, High Court Judgments, Judgments, May, Territory of the Virgin Islands

…I return to the key issue. Did the defendant breach the contract when he left the site when only 60.23% of works were completed and he having collected the entire contract price less the 5% retention money? [63] The defendant…

Anthony Bramble v Angela Burns

Categories: 2014, High Court Judgments, Judgments, September, Territory of the Virgin Islands

…to found a claim such as the present to the existence of a collateral warranty. The entire agreement clause obviates the occasion for any such search and the peril to the contracting parties posed by the need which may arise…

Devcon Ltd v Cap Juluca Properties Ltd

Categories: 2012, Anguilla, High Court Judgments, Judgments, March

…unlawful port. On the prior occasion, Devcon’s equipment had arrived at Maunday’s Bay beach where it cleared customs at that very site. [7] In the case at bar, the proposal that was accepted by Cap Juluca indicated that the mobilization…

Paul Webster et al v The Attorney General

Categories: 2010, Anguilla, High Court Judgments, Judgments, September

…Sandy Point site. Exactly two months later, Ms. Anderson’s assistant Jennyville Smith, conducted a search at the Department and located two building applications, both bearing the parcel number relevant to the Sandy Ground site and dated 14 December 2007, however…

Eudes Borne et al v National development Corporation

Categories: 2011, April, High Court Judgments, Judgments, Saint lucia

…and waste disposal facility handles all the trash and other waste for the entire South-Eastern side of the Island. The landfill site and waste disposal facility caused an influx of rodents, insects and foul odours to their properties. The First…

Development Control Authority v Rayneau Gajadhar

Categories: 2010, High Court Judgments, Judgments, June, Saint lucia

…(hereinafter “the development site“) and Block and Parcel 1252 B566 (hereinafter “the adjacent site“). [8] The Respondent is also the majority shareholder of the CIE. There being issued 20,025 common shares of which he holds 20,000 and 25 being held…

Chiverton Construction Ltd v Scrub Island Dev Group Ltd

Categories: 2009, High Court Judgments, Judgments, October, Territory of the Virgin Islands

…had allowed for 11,650 hours of labour and had calculated that in order for the works to be completed by 17 October 2006, Chiverton would need to have 21 men on site working a full five and a half day…

Violet Francis et al v Attorney General et al

Categories: 2014, Antigua & Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, February, High Court Judgments, Judgments

…a warrant to search the premises of Gilbert Gomes located at Runaway Beach. The warrant authorized the police to enter at any time, by force if needed, to search the property, and any vehicles thereon, for unlicensed firearms and ammunition….

Christopher Wheatley et al v Waterpoint Caribbean Homes Ltd

Categories: 2011, Antigua & Barbuda, High Court Judgments, Judgments, March

…of the down payment on or about October 10th 2008. That the Defendant received DCA approval for the dwelling house on July 29th 2008 and commenced work by clearing the site on or about July 30th 2008….

Shayne Richardson v The Attorney General of Anguilla et al

Categories: 2009, Anguilla, High Court Judgments, Judgments, July

…was going to search the three young men. The Claimant responded “Boy why you don’t move from here and stop harassing people.” The Claimant said he also told the 2nd Defendant “who he supposed to be looking for he is…

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