Most Recent Judgments

Ruling on a Preliminary point of law – Interlocutory orders in Liquidation
proceedings- An appeal against an interlocutory order is not automatic-
There is need for a party to first seek the leave of Court to lodge the

Preliminary legal objection – No valid contract

Application to file application for Judicial Review out of time; Section 4 the Supreme Court (Supervisory Jurisdiction over Subordinate Courts, Tribunals and Adjudicating Authorities) Rules

Advancement of Loan to Company Director contrary to section 172 of Companies Ordinance, 1972; Confirmation of section 60(1) notice.

Assault, resisting and 1 or wilfully obstructing a police officer in the due execution of his duty or any person acting as aid of such officer contrary to section 238 (b) of the Penal Code and punishable under section 238 of the Penal Code.

Plea in Limine Litis – The plaintiff has no locus standi to bring the case against the defendants – The plaint discloses no reasonable cause of action and is frivolous and vexatious

Article 834 of the Civil Code of Seychelles Act – Where a share of an undivided portion of land is sold to a third party by a co-owner, are the other co-owners required to buy back the share at the price at which it was sold or at the value of the share at the time that the co-owners offer to buy back such share.

Interlocutory order in terms of section 4 of the POCA Act, 2008 (as amended)

Delictual liability - Article 1382 (1) and 1384 (1) of the Civil Code of Seychelles Act (prior to Amendment)- Claim of damages arising out of injuries sustained in the course of employment.

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