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The Hon. Miss Justice Ingrid Mangatal

Chong, Dennis v The Jamaica Observer Ltd

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. C.L.C. 578 of 1995 I

BETWEEN

AND

DENNIS P. CHONG CLAIMANT

THE JAMAICA OBSERVER

LIMITED DEFENDANT

Mr. Crafton S. Miller and Ms. Suzette Wolf instructed by Ctafton S. Miller and

C Co. for the Claimant.

Mr. Winston Spaulding Q.C. instructed by Mr. Charles piper for the Defendant.

I Heard: 12, 13 and 14 February 2007.

Mangatal J:

1. This matter was set down for trial for five dabs commencing 12th

Can-Cara Development Ltd. v New Era Homes

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CIVIL DIVISION

CLAIM NO. 200711CV 02583

BETWEEN CAN-CARA DEVELOPMENT LTD

AND NEW ERA HOMES

Mr. C. Sarnuda instructed by Sa~nuda& Joh~isonf or Claimant

Mr. S. Kinghorn instructed by Kinghorn & Kinghorn for Defendant

Heard: 15'" and 24"' August, 2007

CLAIMANT

DEFENDANT

MANGATAL, J

I . This is an application by the Claimant for the following relief:-

a) That the Defendant be restrained until the arbitration hearing or trial of this

Simpson, Beverley v Anslyn Simpson

IN THE SUPREME COURT 017 JUDICATUEE OF JAMAICA JW-4 f%VL

IN EQUITY

CLAIM NO. El29 OF 2000

BETWEEN BEVERLEY SIMPSON CLAIMANT

AND ANSLYN SIMPSON   DEFENDANT

Property Dispute - Improvements carried out by spouse after other

F party has left matrimonial home - Parties interest in a former

CI matrimonial home - Mortgage capital and interest elements -

Occupational rent

Russell, Maxwell v Attorney General & Corporal McDonald

THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CML DMSION

CLAM NO. 2006 HCV 4024

BETWEEN MAXWELL RUSSELL CLAIMANT

AND

y - - ,

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

FOR JAMAICA lST DEFENDANT

C:

AND CORPORAL MCDONALD 2ND DEFENDANT

Mr. Charles Campbell for Claimant.

Miss Danielle Archer instructed by the Director of State Proceedings for

the Defendants.

Heard: 6th December 2007 and 18th January 2008.

Lawrence, David v Nestle-JMP Ja. Ltd

JUDGMENT

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT NO. C.L.019 OF 2002

BETWEEN DAVID LAWRENCE

AND NESTLE- JMP JAMAICA

LIMITED(incorporating CREMO

LIMITED)

PLAINTIFF

DEFENDANT

Miss Marion Rose-Green for the Plaintiff 'Claimant' and Mr. Emile

Leiba instructed by Myers Fletcher & Gordon for the Defendant.

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