18 April 2014
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The disciplinary proceedings against barrister Mr Kalidass Sanjeev Teeluckdharry before the Supreme Court have not been struck out  following a motion entered by the latter’s counsel moving that the disciplinary proceedings be discontinued on the grounds previously communicated to the Court in a letter dated 8 October 2013 which were later slightly reformulated.
The Commercial Division of the Supreme Court, having on the bench Justice Gérard Angoh, has non-suited the claim of Hassen Taher Seafoods Mauritius Ltd for the sum of Rs 862,858.00 against Compagnie Marmites des Iles Ltée for goods sold and delivered on the ground that the plaintiff company has wrongly directed its action against the defendant.
Friday, 04 April 2014 14:00

SMS Pariaz successful on appeal

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The appeal Court having on the bench  Justices  Saheeda Peeroo and  David Chan Kan Cheong has this week annulled the Rs 2,000 fine inflicted by the District Court of Rose-Hill (Moka Division) to SMS Pariaz for carrying out  a classified trade, namely the trade of bookmaker operating outside racecourse, within the administrative area of Moka/Flacq District Council (as it then was without having paid to the District Council the prescribed fees in respect of classified trade in breach of section 102 (4) and 7 of, and the Eight Schedule to, the Local Government Act 2003 (now repealed). The appellant pleaded not guilty and conducted its own defence through its representative, Mr Lee Shim.
The Industrial Court Civil Division having on the bench Magistrate Patrick Kam Sing has, last week, awarded to Rejhesh Kullootee, former Assistant Manager at the SBI International (Mauritius) Ltd, compensation amounting to Rs 288,875 instead of the sum claimed to the tune of Rs 1,081,731.87 representing severance allowance at the punitive rate together with salary equivalent to three months’ notice together with interest and costs for unjustified dismissal.
Magistrate Wendy V. Rangan sitting at the Intermediate Criminal Court has recently acquitted Louis Marcus Brutus with the offence of  sexual intercourse with a minor under the age of 16 under two counts of information in breach of section 249 (4) of the Criminal Code. The offences were committed on 19 October and 19 November 2009 at Richelieu. The complainant was then 12 years old. Accused pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The appeal Court having on the bench the Chief Justice, Keshoe Parsad Matadeen and Justice A.R. Hajee Abdoula, has upheld the ruling of the trial Court confirming that J. Joye is the true and legitimate proprietor on a portion of land of an extent of 3 acres and 56 perches situated at Camp Thorel and which was occupied by force by G. Jeetun. The appeal bench delivered the judgment last week.
“Amusement machines” and “Gaming machines” are two different things and as such they cannot be assimilated as same in a game house under the provision of the Gambling Regulatory Authority Act.
Bibi Sumera Keenoo Li Mow Chi must send back to Australia her-three-year old son, Muhammad Suleimaan Li Mow Chi, pending the decision of an Australian Court.
Friday, 28 March 2014 14:00

Kunal Sujeeawon : Fitness Fanatic

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Kunal Sujeeawon: the name is synonymous with physical performance results and advanced body transformation. He has taken his passion for personal fitness and nutrition and made it the very focus of his life.
Friday, 21 March 2014 14:00

Appeal: Rs 8,000 fine maintained for assault

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Justices Ashraf Caunhye and Nalini Matadeen sitting on appeal have last week upheld the ruling of the District Court of Curepipe convicting and sentencing Municipal Inspector Narain Rawoteea to a fine of Rs 8,000, after the latter was found guilty by the Magistrate on a charge of aggression on the son of a woman hawker at Rose-Hill.
The independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has not been able to prove its case for money laundering “beyond reasonable doubt” against the Moraby brothers.
Dayanand Khoody will not have to pull down the metallic fence and the garage erected which encroach on the property of his nephew, Ramesh Mohunpersad Khoody and  his wife Rishmawtee because the late Seewoonarain Khoody, the former proprietor of the land did  approve the erection of same and his decision got the consent of  appellant No 1, Mohunpersad’s father and that of respondent, Dayanand Khoody.

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