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The Hon. Mrs. Justice Almarie Sinclair-Haynes

Ronald Rowe v Sunshine Developers Ltd, etal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT NO CL/2002 R. 095

BETWEEN RONALD ROWE PLAINTIFF

AND SUNSHINE DEVELOPERS LIMITED 1 ST DEFENDANT

AND CLINTON THOMPSON 2ND DEFENDANT

AND ALF INVESTMENTS LIMITED 3RD DEFENDANT

AND

AND

AND

MAS TRADERS LIMITED

DERRICK P. MAHFOOD

ANDREW ISSA

4TH DEFENDANT

5TH DEFENDANT

6'rH DEFENDANT

Mr. Maurice Frankson for Claimant

Miss Carol Aina, instructed by Dunn Cox for 1'' and 2" Defendant

Riley Adolphus Davy v Cecilla Mitchell Davy

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAIC

CLAIM NO. HCV 18612003

BETWEEN RILEY ADOLPHUS DAVY CLAIMANT

AND CECILLA MITCHELL DAVY DEFENDANT

Ms. Kayann Balli instructed by Taylor-Wright & Company for

Claimant.

Gordon Steer instructed by Chambers, Bunny & Steer for

Defendant.

Heard: 23rd ,30h January and gth February, 2004

A. SINCLAIR-HAYNES J. (Aq.1

Mr. Riley Davy lived for sometime in the United States of America

with his children. In 1984 he acquired property situated at 70 Catherine

Raymond Reid v Dalton Wilson

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. 2004lHCV0889

BETWEEN RAYMOND REID CLAIMANT

AND DALTON WILSON DEFENDANT

Mr. Richard Reitzin instructed by Reitzin and Hernandez for Claimant

Mr. Kevin Williams instructed by Grant, Stewart, Phillips and Company for Defendant

Heard: 3rd, 4'h, 81h November and loth and 20'~D ecember 2004

Sinclair-Haynes, J. (Ag.)

Raymond Reid was a passenger in a bus owned by Dalton Wilson which collided

Percival Swaby v Metropolitan Parks & Markets, etal

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

SUIT NO. C.L. S. 123 of 2000

BETWEEN PERCIVAL SWABY PLAINTIFF

A ND METROPOLITAN PARKS lST DEFENDANT

C1 AND MARKETS

AND ENOCH LAING 2* DEFENDANT

AND CARL WAISON 3rd DEFENDANT

Mr. Manley Nicholson for Claimant

Mr. Garth McBean instructed by Knight, Pickersgill and Dowding for 1" and

2nd Defendant.

HEARD: 3rd & 4th February, 4" & 5th March 2004

SINCLAIR-HAYNES, J. (Ag.)

Lancaster Henry et al v Ken Ann Management Company Limited et al

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. C.L. H-13 1 OF 2001

BETWEEN LAIVCASTER HENRY 1 ST CLAIMANT

AND LEONARD CONDELL 2ND CLAIMANT

AND

AND

AND

KEN ANN MANAGEMENT

COMPANY LIMITED 1 ST DEFENDANT

KENNETH LEWIS 2ND DEFENDANT

NATIONAL CONIMERCIAL BANK

JAMAICA LIMITED 3RD DEFENDANT

Dr. Bernard Marshall for the Claimants.

Mr. John Graham & Mr. Stewart Stephenson instructed by John Graham& Company for

the lSt& 2nd Defendants

Julianne Ricketts v Garfield Ewers & Lloyd Walters

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN THE CIVIL DIVISION

CLAIM NO. C.L. 2001/R 216

BETWEEN JULIANNE RICKETTS CLAIMANTIAPPLICANT

AND GARFIELD EWERS 1 ST DEFENDANTIRESPONDENT

AND LLOYD WALTERS 2ND DEFENDANTIRESPONDENT

',

Mr. Audel Cunningham and Mr. Courtney Bailey instructed by DunnCox for

the claimant.

Mr. Maurice Manning and Miss Ayana Thomas instructed by Nunes

Scholefield, Deleon & Co. for Victoria Mutual Insurance Company.

Hugh Graham, Karen Ross v Cecil Dillon and Jimmy Walsh

IN THE SUPREME COLRT OF JUDICATURE OF JAMAICA

IN COMMON LAW

 SUIT NO. C.L. G.027/2002

BETWEEN HUGH GRAHAM lST CLAIMANT

KAREN ROSS

1

AND i 2ND CLAIMANT '

AND CECIL DILLON lST DEFENDANT ,

AND JIMMY WALSH 2NDD EFENDANT

Mrs. Suzette Campbell instructed by Campbell & Campbell for the 1st

Claimant

Miss Andrea Walters instructed by Palmer & Walters for the 2nd Defendant.

HEARD: 27" October & 18" December, 2003

& 12" January, 2004

Elizabeth Morgan v Enid Forman and Owen Moss

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF .JUDICATURE OF

JAMAICA

CLAIM NO. HCV 042712003

'BETWEEN ELIZABEI'I-I MORGAN C 1,AIMANT

AhTD ENID FOREMAN 1 DEFENDANT

AND OWEN MOSS 2N') DEFEhTDANT

Miss Deidre Powell for the Claimant.

C

Miss Lascine Wisdom-13arnett iilstructed by Thomas and Thomas for the . J

Defendants

Heard on the 11'" and 15~'o'f October 2004

Sinclair-Haynes .J. (Ag)

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