Da Costa v Warburton

JurisdictionJamaica
CourtCourt of Appeal (Jamaica)
Date1971
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6 cases
  • Charles v Barzey
    • United Kingdom
    • Privy Council
    • 19 December 2002
    ...September 1999 allowed the appeal. The Court gave a brief judgment: "In this appeal we see no difference in facts between Da Costa [ Da Costa v Warburton (1971) 17 WIR 334] and this case. The user of the garage and the storeroom is repugnant to the bequest to the appellant." 5 Mr Charles w......
  • Re PQR, Deceased
    • Bermuda
    • Supreme Court (Bermuda)
    • 8 December 2014
    ...types of condition: Re Hanlon, Heads v Hanlon [1933] Ch 254. D's counsel distinguished the actual finding reached in the latter case. 2Da Costa v Warburton (1971) 17 WIR 3 The Deputy Judge appeared as counsel for the successful plaintiff in A.N. v Barclays Private Bank and Trust (Cayman) Li......
  • Caesar v Morancie
    • Dominica
    • High Court (Dominica)
    • 28 September 2001
    ...are therefore repugnant to the gift of the plaintiff. She contended that on the authority of the cases Da Costa v. Warburton and Kenny (1971) 17 W.I.R. 334 and Yvette Barzey v. John Charles (Civil Appeal No. 8 of 1999, OECS Court of Appeal, Dominica), the plaintiff is entitled to have full ......
  • Sylvia Gayle-Henry v Lloyd Gayle and Cedric Gayle
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 9 February 2018
    ...[9] The judge also determined that the provisions in the will made by the testator in the case before him were different from that in DaCosta v Warburton. Speaking of the provisions in the will in that case, the judge went on to state at paragraph 16 that: “It is important to note that the ......
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