1972 – Report of the Representative Committee of the Organization of the Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Associations on the Establishment of a Caribbean Court of Appeal In Substitution for the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council

Paragraph 104:

“There is wide agreement that a Regional Court of Appeal should be a third tier court, replacing and assuming the jurisdiction of the Judicial Committee but not displacing the present territorial courts of appeal.”

Paragraph 109:

“The Committee recommends, however, that an original jurisdiction be vested in the court in respect of matters referred to it by agreement between Caribbean States…on such matters as interpretation of the Agreement.”

Report of the Representative Committee of the Organization of the Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Associations on the Establishment of a Caribbean Court of Appeal In Substitution for the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. (June 1972)

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