When justice becomes one festering sore


In Charles Dickens’ novel Bleak House, significant mention is made of the fictional court case Jarndyce v Jarndyce. It surrounds a matter of inheritance that drags on for so long that when it is finally concluded, the inheritance that should have gone to families –– some departed and some forgotten –– has been consumed by […]


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Wrong company

Lawyers for embattled former CLICO Executive Chairman Leroy Parris were today claiming a “moral victory” after the Court of Appeal agreed with their submission that court action against their client was improperly filed by CLICO International Life (CIL). Acknowledging a precedent set by Australia, the three-member panel, led by Madam […]