18 September 2014
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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.
Friday, 15 March 2013 11:37

Accused exculpated for breach of ICTA

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Bearing in mind the more stringent warning applicable in cases of voice identification to which this Court is fully alive, I find that the quality of evidence available is poor as well as unsupported so that it would be most unsafe and insecure to rely on such evidence to find the Prosecution proved under count 2 beyond reasonable doubt.
Friday, 15 March 2013 11:32

Truck driver fined Rs 50,000 for homicide

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Magistrate Niroshinee Ramsoondar sitting at the Intermediate Court has found guilty Tekananand Pochoo, driver of a goods vehicle guilty of involuntary homicide by imprudence causing the death of motorcyclist Louis Marcel Armance but without the intention to kill and convicted the accused to a fine of Rs 50,000 and the impounding of his driver licence for two years.
The fine of Rs 4,561,590, which Police Inspector R. Seewoosungkur has to pay after he was found guilty of and convicted for fiscal evasion on non-declared goods imported illegally from Dubai, has been upheld on appeal before the Supreme Court.
Friday, 08 March 2013 13:11

Attachment order for Rs 20 million granted

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The attachment order (saisie-arrêt) obtained by Philippe François Georges Lenferna, the attaching party against  Jacques Victor Guy Randabel in the sum of Rs 20 million before the Judge in Chambers in 2011 is still valid.
Justice Gérard Angoh sitting in Chambers has declined last week to validate the application for attachment (saisie-arrêt) lodged on 1 March 2011 by ING Bank N.V in the hands of the garnishee, the West Indian Ocean Company Ltd.
Friday, 01 March 2013 14:37

Labavarde family loses appeal

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The Labavarde family has lost its appeal against the Nam Cam family in relation to the ownership of an immovable property situated at Arsenal before the Court of Civil Appeal.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has been given two months’ time to lodge a formal charge against the former Health Ministry and MSM member of the National Assembly, Mrs Maya Hanoomanjee, failing which the provisional charge before the District Court of Port Louis, 3rd division with the offence of making use of her position whilst being a public official, for gratification for another person in breach of section 7 and 83 of the Prevention of Corruption Act (POCA) will be struck out.
Roopnarain and Basantee  Nundalallee have sued Clavis Travel Bureau Co. Ltd for breach of contract and claimed from the defendant damages amounting to Rs 300,000 before the  Intermediate Court Civil Division.
Magistrate Niroshini Ramsoondar sitting at the Intermediate Court has pronounced a verdict of benefit of doubt and set aside the information for attempt upon chastity of a factory employee by a company Director, Totlall Hans Boodhoo.
Justices Bushan Domah and Hajee Abdoula sitting on appeal have last week upheld the ruling of the District Court of Curepipe convicting Pravind Kissoondoyal, a police officer, to pay a fine of Rs 3,000.
The Appeal Court upheld her conviction to five years’ penal servitude by the Intermediate Court for mortal aggression of her husband.

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