30 March 2015
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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In a judgment delivered by the Appeal Court, the Senior Puisne judge Eddy Balancy and Justice Rehana Mungly-Gulbul has invited the Master and Registrar of the Supreme Court to draw the attention of Magistrates of the present Judgment in which the appellant, Beedianand Teeluck, had appealed against the ruling of a Magistrate.
Accused parties Mohammad Osman Bacsou and Zameerouddeen Goolamhossen have recently been acquitted on a charge for having been involved in a case of traffic of stolen cars. Accused No 1 is charged with the offences of “knowingly receiving an article obtained by means of a crime” under count 1; “Aiding and abetting the author of a crime” under counts 2 and 3 and of “conspiracy” under count 4.
Magistrate Azam Neerooa sitting at the Intermediate Criminal Court has acquitted two weeks ago Visnoo Ooriah, who presented himself as the promoter of a land.
The Appeal Court having on the bench the Senior Puisne Judge Eddy Balancy and Justice Rehana Mungly-Gulbul has, last week, upheld the ruling of the Intermediate Court dismissing Mohammed Joonid Toorbuth, the appellant’s plaint for damages against the two respondents, the Black River District Council and the Health Inspector V. Arokalsami.  
Friday, 24 January 2014 14:00

No winner, no loser in breach of contract case

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There is no winner and no loser in a case of breach of contract between two job-contractor companies which was before the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court.
Sued before the Intermediate Court with the offence of using a firearm to intimidate another person in breach of section 37 (10) of the Firearms Act, accused Ah Piang Ng Kuet Leong has obtained a verdict of  benefit of doubt and acquitted according.
Frederic  Rodney Ah-Laye, a former operator at the Cargo Handling Corporation (CHC) and also a proprietor and operator of a ‘Taxi Marron’, has been found guilty of attempting to possess dangerous drugs, namely Buprenorphine (Subutex) contained in 9,596 white pharmaceutical tablets for the purpose of distribution and has been convicted by the Asssises Court to 11 years’ penal servitude.
Guénaëlle Anne-Marie Saindrenan, a French expatriate who was severely wounded and disfigured in a road accident, has obtained damages to the amount of Rs 250,000 from the Swan Insurance Co. Ltd and the car driver, Jerôme Joseph Alain Tennant, whose car was insured at the said insurance company.
Friday, 17 January 2014 14:00

Judicial review in a bid exercise rejected

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The application for Judicial Review of the decision of the Independent Review Panel (IRP) setting aside the applicant’s application for the review of the decision of the Central Procurement Board (CPB), co-respondent No 1, lodged by Group Five international Ltd/ TRABAG International GmbH Consortium, has been rejected  by the Supreme Court last week.
The perpetual injunction pronounced by the trial Judge restraining and prohibiting the appellant, Mohamed Naushad Tejoo,  from selling fake imported products bearing the labels Polo and Ralph Lauren, has been upheld last week  by the Supreme Court sitting on appeal. The appeal bench constituted of the former Chief Justice, Bernard Yeung Sik Yuen, and Justice Nalini Matadeen, has dismissed the appeal with costs.
Friday, 10 January 2014 14:00

Mathoorah wins logo battle against Fowdar

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Surrey Management & Business School Ltd, whose director and proprietor is Sangeet Fowdar, a former minister of the MSM/MMM Alliance in power from September 2000 to May 2005, has been ordered by the Judge in Chambers to refrain from using the logo used by BSP School of Accountancy & Management Ltd, whose director and proprietor is Sham Mathoorah, a former Labour sympathiser and now a full- fledged member of the MMM.
Debarred barrister Dev Hurnam, for once, has been successful in a case for damages before the Supreme Court. In a judgment delivered in the second week of December last year, Justice Gérard Angoh has condemned daily newspaper Le Matinal to pay damages amounting to Rs 250,000 to Dev Hurnam for having published false information containing his name.