Bryan v Lindo

CourtCourt of Appeal (Jamaica)
Judgment Date1986
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10 cases
  • National Water Commission v Duffus (Balteano)
    • Jamaica
    • Supreme Court (Jamaica)
    • 1 July 2002
    ...of the acknowledgement contained in the Chairman's letter of 28 th May, 1990 (Ex. 5) constitute a pretended use of the pension rules. In Bryan v Lindo (1986) 44 WIR 295 at page 304, Carberry J.A. said; "The Defendants pleaded the Public Authorities Protection Act. In his judgement, Scrutto......
  • CJ Touring Service and Others v St Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority
    • St Lucia
    • Court of Appeal (Saint Lucia)
    • 15 January 2007
    ...was correct in interpreting section 90 of the Act as being sufficiently wide as to cover any proceeding against the respondent. 9 In Bryan v Lindo2, a case which came before the Court of Appeal of Jamaica, the court had to consider language in the Public Authorities Protection Act of Jamaic......
  • CJ's Touring Service Ltd Claimant v Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority Defendant [ECSC]
    • St Lucia
    • High Court (Saint Lucia)
    • 5 May 2011
    ...or of any public duty or authority imposed or conferred by the Act or regulations" referring to the Jamaican case of Bryan v Lindo [1986] 44 WIR 295 and Attorney General of Antigua & Barbuda v Samuel Williams [1993] 45 WIR 169. 32 I must respectfully demur as for one thing there is to my mi......
  • Dexter Noel v The Attorney General
    • Grenada
    • High Court (Grenada)
    • 10 June 2022
    ...and battered by Officer Augustus on a routine traffic check and as a result he suffered injury. Mr. Edwards relies on the cases of Bryan v Lindo 7 and Gordon v The Attorney-General 28 Further, Mr. Edwards explains the reasons for the delay in filing the claim. He states that despite several......
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