The Petition by Lackram Bisnauth, deceased by his duly substituted Executor Edward Jonathan by Order of Court dated the 21st day of July, 2000 Appellant v Ramanand Shewprashad and Rajwattie Bisnauth appearing by their duly constituted Attorney Sohan by Power of Attorney No. 624 of 1999 (Berbice) of 21st May, 1999. Respondents

JurisdictionCaribbean States
CourtCaribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
JudgeNelson, Pollard, Bernard, Hayton, The Honourable Mr Justice Duke Pollard, Mme Justice Desiree Bernard, The Honourable Mr Justice Jacob Wit, The Honourable Mr Justice Wit
Judgment Date30 Jun 2009
Neutral Citation[2009] CCJ 8 AJ
Docket NumberCCJ Appeal No CV 12 of 2007

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  • Rajpattie Thakur, in her capacity as Executrix of the Will of Dolarie Thahkur, a.k.a Dolarie Takur v Deodat Ori
    • Caribbean Community
    • Caribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
    • 20 June 2018
    ...of the Appellant in respect of said land was reinstated. The Court also awarded basic costs for two attorneys to the Appellant. 1 [2009] CCJ 8 (AJ) at ...
  • Rajpattie Thakur, in her capacity as Executrix of the Will of Dolarie Thahkur, a.k.a Dolarie Takur v Deodat Ori
    • Caribbean Community
    • Caribbean Court of Justice (Appellate Jurisdiction)
    • 20 June 2018
    ...Appeal No 10 of 2002 at [7]. 5 Rule 3.2 of the Rules of the High Court (Declaration of Title) Rules 1923 and Bisnauth v Shewprashad [2009] CCJ 8 (AJ) at 6 Page 133 of the Record of Appeal. 7 Page 137 of the Record of Appeal. 8 (1939) LRBG 182. 9 The record reveals that there was an eighteen......
  • Rajpattie Thakur v Deodat Ori
    • Caribbean Community
    • Caribbean Court of Justice
    • 20 June 2018
    ...the law of prescriptive title was being ridden like an unruly horse’. The Court reiterated its view from Bisnauth v. Shewprashad [ (2009) CCJ 8 (AJ) at [53].] that protection of property rights was of the utmost importance, but it has always been subjected to certain exceptions such as adve......
  • Herbert Cockings v Grace Cockings
    • Jamaica
    • Supreme Court
    • 28 July 2014
    ...of right), is unnecessary in establishing whether a person in possession of land has acquired ownership of it ( Bisnauth v Shewprashad [2009] CCJ 8 (AJ), para 34). 38 The evidence is that this property was bought by the parties on 24 th April, 1983 when they were married. There is no issue ......