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The Hon. Mr. Justice Roy Anderson

Spencer, Kenneth v Simpson, Elaine et al

Whether claimant may mount successful challenge to validity of registered title in name of defendands - Conduct which may amount to fraud in relation to grant of registered title - Whether claimant can establish title to the said land by reason of adverse possession - Turn of the evidence necessary for the claimant to establish adverse possession and the appropriate time.

Llandovery Investments Limited v The commissioner of Taxpayer Appeals

Revenue law - Taxpayer submitting returns and audited accounts and the tax computation showing tax due but not paying in mistaken belief that it was an approved agricultural enterprise - Revenue raises assessment based upon accounts submitted - Taxpayer reports to submit new un-audited accounts and returne - Rejected by Commissioner - Previous assessment subject of decision by Commissioner Taxyaper Audit and Assessment confirmed on appeal to Commissioner Taxpayer Appeals - Whether Commissioner wrond in law - Whether assessment valid - Whether assessment and decison in breach of Assessment p

Brooks, Desmond v Deloris Brooks

Maintenance Act, sections 6, 8, 18; Application for

maintenance of wife and major child; whether

maintenance may be ordered for major child

attending tertiary institution where no order made

before child attained majority

Blake, Donald v Edward Barnaby, Northern Cash & Carry Ltd

Motor vehicle collision; claimant must establish case on a balance of probabilities;

whether claimant has done so; common sense approach to different versions of how

accident occurred; need for strict proof of special damages; what court may accept

in proof of special damages.

Benjamin, Trevor, Henry Ford & Wilburn Palmer v Richard Nicholas & Deverton Meeks

Personal injuries; credibility of witnesses. Soft tissue injury with no

resulting PPD; Award of costs where claimant succeeds against one

set of defendants (3rd and. 4th) and other set of defendantslancillary

claimants (1" and 2"d defendants/lst and znd ancillary claimants) also

succeed against same defendsnts/~a~n' d znda nciiiary defendants.

Krygger, Peter et al v F1 Investments Inc. and Palmer, Steve et al

Part 53 of the CPR - Civil Contempt Proceedings -
Quasi-Criminal nature thereof - Standard of proof
required to establish contempt - Whether
proceedings are Interlocutory - Part 30 of CPR -
admissibility and weight of evidence if hearsay -
submission to jurisdiction by Party.



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