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Statutory Demand- The 14 Day Rule

Statutory Demand- The 14 day rule

Essar Steel Ltd v Arcelormittal USA LLC 2017 SCJ 357 Facts The company named ES Ltd was served by another company named AUL with a statutory demand on the 3rd of May 2016, claiming a liquidated fee of USD 733,700,000.…

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Evidence From A Disciplinary Committee

Evidence from a Disciplinary Committee

Calou E. L. v Sregh Ile Maurice Ltée 2017 SCJ 312 Facts This is an appeal against the decision of the Industrial Court (trial court) to the Supreme Court dismissing Mr. C’s claim against SIM Ltée. At the Industrial Court,…

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The Principle Of ‘non-cumul’

The principle of ‘non-cumul’

Data Communications Ltd v The State of Mauritius & Anor 2017 SCJ 319 Facts DCL Ltd (herein referred to as ‘the Company’), a company engaged in the supply of telephony and other services agreed to provide its services to Infinity…

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Regulating A Liberal Profession

Regulating a Liberal Profession

The content hereunder is a brief topical address on an identified issue I humbly deem goes to the core of the conduct of barristers in their respective practices; regulation or the lack of it. Predominantly the situation in post-colonial jurisdictions…

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Freedom Of Information Bill

Freedom of Information Bill

Freedom of expression might be more effectively used if members of the pubic could have a greater access to information held by public authorities. Article 12 of our Constitution provides for freedom of expression; one of the fundamental rights most…

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