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To provide sound, timely judgements and efficient court services in an environment where all stakeholders are valued.

The Hon. Mr. Justice Kirk Anderson

Cunningham, Len and Leroy Cunningham (By and through their agent Joyce Bunting) v Hall, Victor and Sonia Hall

Failure to serve witness statement within the relevant time - Rule 29.11 of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) - Application for relief from sanction under Rule 26.8 of the CPR - Application made after trial had begun - Legal effect of irregular order granting extension of time - Whether the relevant witness statement was served within time as prescribed and whether any sanction applies, particularly if the relevant witness statement was filed within time - Whether a sanction applies and, if so, what is that sanction?

Bailey, Jairzenho v The Board of Management of the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE)

Breach of Rules 9.3(1) and 10.3(1) of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) - Whether a default judgment has been entered against the defendant, and if so, whether the court should set it aside and/or stay its execution - Application for extension of time to file defence - Whether the length of the defendant’s delay is inordinate - Whether the defendant had a good reason for not filing and serving its defence and acknowledgment of service within the time prescribed - Whether the pre-litigation communication dated May 12, 2021 from the defendant to the claimant was ‘without prej

Honeywell, Earle v Donald Stephenson and BCIC Insurance Company Limited

Application for rectification of contract - Alleged mistake when drafting third party release agreement - Whether the third party release agreement as executed between the claimant and 2nd defendant evinced the true and common intention of the parties - Whether common or unilateral mistake was made in the drafting and preparation of the agreement - Whether the court can exercise its equitable jurisdiction to rectify the instrument of agreement to reflect the true and common intention of the parties - Whether the agreement should be set aside - Whether the agreement as executed by the partie

Evans, Nadiea v National Commercial Bank Limited

Claim for recovery of damages for false imprisonment and malicious prosecution
- Whether the defendant had imprisoned the claimant or whether the claimant was detained by the police - Whether the claimant was imprisoned in the absence of reasonable and probable cause - Whether the defendant
had prosecuted the claimant - Whether the claimant was prosecuted in the
absence of reasonable or probable cause - Whether the prosecution of the
claimant was actuated by malice.

Re Legal guardianship of JDR

Application for guardianship order – Applicant who is a close blood relative of the relevant child – Applicant resides overseas – Child’s biological mother purportedly

Peterkin, Arlene v Natural Resources Conservation Authority, Town and Country Planning Authority and National Housing Trust

Judicial Review – Statutory interpretation – Illegality – Whether the authority acted illegally –Irrationality – Whether the authority acted irrationally – Whether illegality and irrationality are equated in law – Effluent(s) – Absence of meaning in the Act – Use of a dictionary meaning – Secondary dictionary meaning – Environmental permit – Environmental licences – Object and purpose of the statute – Relationship between primary and subsidiary legislation – Presumption of correctness in statute – Whether provisions are mandatory or discretionary – Whether regulations are ultra vires the pr


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