22 October 2014
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The nomination by the Public Service Commission (PSC) of Mrs Manogary Rangasamy as Principal Arts Officer of the Ministry of Arts and Culture has been maintained by the Supreme Court  in a recent ruling  delivered by the Bench consisting of the Acting Senior Puisne Judge, Eddy Balancy and Justice A.R. Hajee Abdoula.
Justice Saheeda Peeroo sitting in Chambers has refused to issue an interim order in the nature of an injunction ordering Satyam Gyanam Anandam Society (SGAS) and/or its agents and/or its préposés not to prevent the applicant, Rajendra Prasad Dassruth, from exercising his duties as Spiritual Master and from holding “satsangs” at the Prashant Ashram, Dubreuil.
Meeteela Dooly, the widow of Dhanraz Dawokolay will receive her widow’s pension as from 3 September 1994.
Friday, 26 April 2013 11:00

Warning is mandatory

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Car driver Ashwin Dave Ratacharen, sued for smelling of alcohol while the ethylotest indicated a positive result, has last week obtained the discharge of the information on the ground of procedural defect.
Oumar Mohammad Kandeerally has been successful in his claim for damages from his former girlfriend, Rhumesia Beebeejaun, before the Intermediate Court.
The Commission of Enquiry on the Sale by Levy cases chaired in 2004 by the former Chief Justice, Sir Victor Glover, never enquired into the undue practices of certain Attorneys at Law. And as such the new Commission of Enquiry instituted in 2012 can in no way constitute an insult to the former Commissioner.
The Commission of Enquiry on the Sale by Levy cases chaired in 2004 by the former Chief Justice, Sir Victor Glover, never enquired into the undue practices of certain Attorneys at Law. And as such the new Commission of Enquiry instituted in 2012 can in no way constitute an insult to the former Commissioner.
Jugdeo Mungra has been successful a second time in his dispute with Vassiny Anacootee concerning the occupation of a portion of land of 5,000 square metres situated at Beau Songes.
Friday, 22 March 2013 15:09

Sun Resorts cleared for breach of OSHA

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Justice Saheed Bhaukaurally and Nirmala Devat sitting on appeal have allowed the appeal lodged by Sun Resorts Ltd and quashed the appellant’s conviction for breach of Section 85 (1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
Justice Benjamin Marie Joseph sitting at the Assises Court   has sentenced French national Toma Carlos Pedraza to 14 years’ penal servitude and to a fine of Rs 100,000 after the accused was found guilty of importation of 2,786 subutex tablets.
Friday, 22 March 2013 15:03

Court refuses to annul adoption

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Justice Nirmala Devat has set aside the plaint entered by Hamid Auckloo and his wife, Li Ngat Leung, who sought for an order from the Supreme Court for the revocation of the adoption of Jean-Patrick Koo Moy Sing pursuant to Article 363 of the Civil Code.
The Supreme Court, having on the bench the Senior Puisne Judge, Keshoe Parsad Matadeen, and Justice David Chan Kan Cheong, has refused to barrister Sanjeev Teeluckdharry, leave to apply for Judicial Review to contest the decision of the chief Justice, Bernard Yeung Sik Yuen, to institute a Disciplinary Committee following a request made of the Attorney General to look into a case of alleged professional misconduct involving the applicant.

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