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Appeal from the Court of Guyana CCJ Appeal No. GYCR2018/001 Between MARK FRASER v THE STATE
JUDGMENT of the Honourable Justice Saunders, Presidents and the Honourable Justices Wit, Anderson,Barrow and Jamadar

Delivered by
The Honourable Mr. Justice Jamadar

2019/10/25

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Original Jurisdiction

Original Jurisdiction CCJ Application No. TTOJ2018/001 Trinidad Cement Limited Claimants And The State of Trinidad and Tobago Defendant And Rock Hard Distribution Limited Intervener And Mootilal Ramhit and Sons Contracting Limited Intervener Original Jurisdiction CCJ Application No. TTOJ2018/002 Trinidad Cement Limited and Arawak Cement Company Limited Claimants And The State of Barbados Defendant And Rock Hard Cement Limited Intervener CCJ Application No. SLOJ2018/001 Between Rock Hard Distribution Limited Claimant And The State of Trinidad and Tobago Defendant And The Caribbean Community Defendant CCJ Application No. BBOJ2018/001 Between Rock Hard Cement Limited Claimant And The State of Barbados Defendant And The Caribbean Community Defendant
RULING Court composed of A Saunders, President, and J Wit, W Anderson, M Rajnauth-Lee and D Barrow, Judges

2019/08/06

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  • 07
    October 7, 2019

    18:00 -20:00
    October 7, 2019

    The Hon. Mr. Justice Winston Anderson, Chairman of the CCJ Academy for Law, invites you to attend the “Eminent Caribbean International Law Jurists” event scheduled for Monday, 7 October 2019 at 6:00 p.m.  in  Trinidad and Tobago. The CCJ of Law is the educational arm of the Caribbean Court of Justice,

    This event will recognise and celebrate the contribution of Caribbean jurists to the development of International Law and to the respect for the Rule of International Law in the Caribbean.

    His Excellency the Honourable Patrick Robinson, OJ, Judge of the International Court of Justice, will deliver the feature address.

    Further details to follow.

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