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Boskalis International BV and Baggermaatschapplj Boskalis BV, the two Dutch international companies, both represented by their director Jan Cornelis Hak, have last week been found guilty of conspiracy under two counts in a case of bribery by the Intermediate Criminal Court and convicted to pay a fine of Rs 10,000 under each count.”
Friday, 27 September 2013 09:00

Judge orders ex-lover to quit house

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Makenzy Jonathan Ricardo Ruggoo, a disc jockey, the ex-lover of Stephanie Ischel Hossen Moutou, who occupies the premises of the latter situated at Morcellement de Chazal, Flic-en Flac, without any right or title deed, will have to evacuate same at latest by 15 October 2013, failing which a writ of habere facias possessionem will be issued against him.
Friday, 27 September 2013 09:00

Worker wins because employer was judge and party

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Rajendra Mooken, the former storekeeper of Top Notch Ltd, has been awarded  severance  allowance at punitive rate by the Industrial Court having on the bench the Vice president, Magistrate Ratna Seetphul-Toolsee, for unjustified dismissal despite the fact that a disciplinary committee instituted by the  employer had found him guilty of gross misconduct for having insulted  and threatened to physically assault the director of the defendant company, Ravi Rambujoo, and this  in front of several employees.
Two inhabitants of Pamplemousses,  Jierry Ricardo Sonah and Kevin Hansley Golding, who were charged under two counts for larceny of gold chain by two individuals and its alternative count for possession of stolen property, have obtained the benefit of doubt last week before the Intermediate Court Criminal Division.
Friday, 20 September 2013 09:00

No pension tax for Vice-President

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The retirement pension of the Vice-President of the Republic of Mauritius is exempt from tax. This ruling has recently been upheld by the Appeal Court having on the bench Justices Bushan Domah and Mrs Rehana Mungly-Gulbul.
The two separate motions at different point in time lodged by the former Magistrate Dattatreya Panday before the Supreme Court have been rejected by Justice Saheed Bhaukaurally on the ground of “abuse of the Court’s time”.
The Appeal Court having on the bench the Acting Chief Justice, Mrs Saheeda Peeroo, and Justice Mrs Rehana Mungly-Gulbul in a judgment delivered last week has upheld the ruling of the District Court of Curepipe convicting Mrs Marie joseph Antoinette de Ravel de l’Argentière to pay a fine of Rs 15,000 after the latter was found guilty to a charge of insult by means of threats in public not carrying with it the imputation of fact, in breach of section 296 (b) of the Criminal Code.
Friday, 06 September 2013 09:00

Magistrate non-suits MPL’s plaint against tenant

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Magistrate Mrs Sheila Bonomally, sitting at the Intermediate Court Civil Division, has allowed the Municipality of Port Louis (MPL) to lodge a new plaint with summons against the defendant, Ateliers Créatifs de l’Océan Indien Ltd, claiming Tenant’s tax amounting to Rs  171,192.29 for the period of 2009/2010 to 2011 and this because of a fundamental omission rendering the whole plaint defective.
The Appeal Court, constituted of Justices Mrs Saheeda Peeroo and Gérard Angoh, has dismissed with costs the appeal lodged by Chandrika Ramphul against the Registrar General and upheld the decision of the Assessment Review Committee (ARC) that the Land Transfer Tax and the Registration Duty are due by the appellant.
Firemen employed in the Government Fire Services are not allowed to work in a private firm even after their normal working hours. This ruling has been upheld in an application for judicial review entered by Nomeswar Bheekharry.
The District Court of Flacq having on the bench District Magistrate Ranjeeta Rajkularsingh in a judgment delivered last week has ordered the eviction of two tenants GVT Company Ltd and Top Shop Co. Ltd following a plaint entered by the landlord, Ali Jaumdally, for possession of tenement for breach of the tenancy agreement. The eviction order will take effect at the end of December 2013.
Pursuant to section 123 H (5) of the Road Traffic Act, it is the duty of the police to warn the offender that refusing to give a sample of his blood can play against him in case  he is being sued and  this objection can be utilised in Court.

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