31 August 2015
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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The appeal Court constituted of the Senior Puisne Judge, Eddy Balancy and Justice A.R. Hajee Abdoula, has upheld the judgment of justice Ashraf Caunhye not to forbid the Sale by Levy of an immoveable property to the extent of 1 arpent and 6 perches situated at St Pierre and on which is to be found a commercial building rented to World Knits Ltd for a monthly rent of Rs 35,000.
For having made a false and malicious denunciation, a driving instructor found himself in trouble. Now the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) will have to take action against him, following the judgment delivered by the senior magistrate Miss Adeelah Hamuth. Following the statement he made to the police, F.H.N.
The Senior Puisne Judge Eddy Balancy and Justice Rita Teelock sitting on appeal  have last week set aside with costs  the appeal lodged by Aboo Bakar Sidick Noormamode whereby the appellant was found guilty by the Intermediate Court Criminal Division for having falsified the act of marriage of Kounal Poorun with  a minor Olivia Vulcain and convicted to pay a fine of Rs 20,000 and to undergo  6 months’ penal servitude.
The Chief Justice Keshoe Parsad Matadeen and Justice Asraf Caunhye sitting on appeal have rejected the appeal lodged by Tamak Distribution Ltd and Tamak Retail Ltd against a decision of the trial Court forbidding them “from dealing in any manner whatsoever with or in any products bearing any designs, logos, names or marks similar to or identical to or passing off as the Pentagon trademarks which trademarks are owned and registered by the plaintiff (now respondent) in Mauritius.”
Justices  Saheeda Peeroo and Nirmala Devat sitting at the Supreme Court have last week set aside the application made by  Neerunjun Ramen
Justice Rita Teelock sitting in Chambers has refused an interlocutory writ of injunction to  the former Prime Minister, Dr Navinchandra Ramgoolam to be issued restraining and prohibiting the Police from having  indiscriminate access to his six mobile phones and/or copying or otherwise storing data contained in the internal memory or memory cards of the mobile phones other than those relevant to the investigation.
Pandit Shamduth Mohabir has lost his case for severance allowance against Hindu Maha Sabha because his summary dismissal was fully justified.
The Acting Vice-President of the Intermediate Court Criminal Division, Magistrate Niroshini Ramsoondar, has come with a verdict of guilt under three Counts and not guilty under the Count 4 in the case  of  Mohamad Tasheel Abadoo
The appeal Bench constituted of Justices Saheeda Peeroo and Nirmala Devat in a ruling delivered a few weeks ago has reduced the sentence upheld by the trial Court convicting Kevalen Pardessy to a lesser term of imprisonment and to a reduced fine.
In two connected cases which have been consolidated for one judgment to be filed in each Court record, lodged before the Industrial Court Civil Division, neither the employee working as labourer nor the employer has been able to prove his claim because the “Sirdar” named Gooroo, the witness who could have adduced evidence to prove the respective claim has passed away.
Friday, 06 March 2015 14:00

CD World acquitted of breach of copyright

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CD World Ltd  represented by its  director, Mohammad Wally Ahad Dhoorundhur, which was answering a charge under two counts of information  for possession of several fake music CD in breach of the Copyright  Act, has been acquitted last  week by Senior Magistrate,  Miss Adilah Hamuth sitting at the District Court of  Port Louis (3rd Division).
Accused Jean François Bauda stood charged under three counts of information for having under count 1 raped then 25-year old married housewife, Mrs X, the complainant, at her residence; under counts 2 and 3 he was sued for aggravated larceny whilst being more than two individuals of Rs 3,000 on the same date as in count 1 and its alternative count of possession of stolen property. Accused pleaded not guilty to the three counts and was assisted by Counsel Mr Said Toorbuth.