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29 Jul 2015

The Caribbean Court of Justice granted special leave to appeal two decisions of the Barbados Court of Appeal in the matter Rohan Shastri Rambarran v The Queen [2015] CCJ 10... Continue »

29 Jul 2015

President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), Sir Dennis Byron, recently was invited to sit on the bench of the Supreme Court of India. The CCJ President was on... Continue »

28 Jul 2015

The CCJ today delivered its written reasons in Chandra Babullal and Winston Harry v the Public Trustee [2015] CCJ 9 (AJ). The Court allowed the appeal and restored the decision... Continue »

21 Jul 2015

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) yesterday delivered its decision in James Samuels v Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company [2015] CCJ 8 (AJ). This appeal centered on the issue of... Continue »

7 Jul 2015

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is offering for sale by sealed tender the following vehicles: One (1) 2005 Toyota Lexus LS430 4DR Executive Sedan One (1) 2006 Kia Carnival... Continue »

29 Jun 2015

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) delivered today its decision in Daniel Ramlagan v Narine Singh [2015] CCJ 7 (AJ). The CCJ dismissed Mr Ramlagan’s appeal and brought to an... Continue »

29 Jun 2015

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is offering for sale by sealed tender the following vehicles:  One (1) 2005 Toyota Lexus LS430 4DR Executive Sedan One (1) 2006 Kia Carnival... Continue »

22 May 2015

The Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Project is embarking upon a pilot project in Barbados to assist that country in addressing delays and backlogs in its judicial system. The... Continue »

21 May 2015

A contingent from the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), led by the Court’s President, the Rt. Honourable Sir Dennis Byron, heads to Jamaica this week to share the lessons learnt... Continue »

12 May 2015

Earlier this afternoon, the Lower House of the Jamaican Parliament secured the favorable majority vote required to have that country access the Caribbean Court of Justice’s (CCJ) Appellate Jurisdiction. The... Continue »