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Appeal from the Court of Appeal belize CCJ Appeal No. BZCR2018/001 Between DIONCICIO SALAZAR v THE QUEEN

Reasons for Decision of The Honourable Justices Wit, Hayton, Anderson, Rajnauth-Lee and Barrow

Delivered by
The Honourable Mr. Justice Wit


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Original Jurisdiction CCJ Application No. GDOJ2018/002 David Bain
The State of Trinidad and Tobago Defendant
JUDGMENT Court composed of A Saunders, President, and J Wit, D Hayton, W Anderson and A Burgess, Judges


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  • 10
    April 10, 2019

    10:00 -12:00
    April 10, 2019

    Application/Appeal No.: DMCV2018/002
    Date, Time and Place of Hearing: 10.04.2019 at 10am Court Room 1 & By Video
    Applicant/Appellant: David George
    Respondent: Albert Guye
    Nature of Application/Appeal: Hearing of the Appeal

  • 17
    April 17, 2019

    10:00 -11:00
    April 17, 2019

    The CCJ will deliver judgment on this matter concerning applicable tariffs on imported cement.



     Trinidad Cement Limited and  Arawak Cement Company Limited   Claimants


    The State of Barbados  Defendant, The Rock-Hard Cement Limited   Intervener         



    Rock Hard Cement Limited  Claimant


    The State of Barbados  First Defendant And   The Caribbean Community  Second Defendant


  • 18
    April 18, 2019

    10:00 -11:00
    April 18, 2019

    Judgment will be delivered in this matter were the appellants invested in CLICO but were not paid their entitlements. They obtained a default judgment against CLICO from the High Court of Dominica and sought to enforce that judgment in Barbados. However, CLICO appealed to the Court of Appeal and the appellants’ permission to enforce the judgment was denied.

    CCJ Appeal No BBCV2018/005

    BB Civil Appeal No 6 of 2015



    Octavious John and Laurent John  Appellants


    Clico International Life Insurance Limited Respondent

  • 24
    April 24, 2019

    10:00 -13:00
    April 24, 2019

    The CCJ will hold a pre-trial hearing of three cases arising from the recent no-confidence vote in Guyana in which 33 of 65 members of the National Assembly voted in favour of no confidence motion which meant that elections should have been held within three months. Those results have been challenged in the High Court and the Court of Appeal. The substantive hearing is set for 10 May 2019.

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