Barbados Rediffusion Services Ltd Appellant v Asha Mirchandani Ram Mirchandani McDonald Farms Ltd Respondents

JurisdictionCaribbean States
CourtCaribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
JudgeThe Rt. Hon. Mr. Justice M. de la Bastide
Judgment Date16 Mar 2006
Neutral Citation[2006] CCJ 1 AJ
Docket NumberCCJ Appeal No. CV 1 of 2005

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