1992 – Time for Action Report of the West Indian Commission makes recommendations for the establishment of a Caribbean Supreme Court

“We believe a Caribbean Supreme Court manned by distinguished West Indian jurists and in which litigants have confidence, is likely to attract a larger number of appeals from countries of the Region than the Privy Council now does. Its knowledge and understanding of regional problems, language, and culture, coupled with its identification with the very ethos of the Caribbean Community…The importance of these attributes in the judicial law-making process is not to be overlooked or underestimated”

Overview of the Report of the West Indian Commission, Time for Action
West Indian Commission, (1992)

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