Online legislation resource to remain freely available in Seychelles
7 May 2015
SEYCHELLOIS SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER AND DEAF MEDIATOR SERVICE FOR THE JUDICIARY
Interview with Anita Gardiner
1. Please give a short introduction of yourself
My name is Anita Gardner, Chairperson of the Association of People with Hearing Impairment (APHI). I founded the Association in 2005. Our main objective is to fight for the hearing-impaired community in Seychelles.
Dear SeyLII Users,
We are pleased to advise that the 80 Acts contained in the eGrey Book of Seychelles have now been unofficially consolidated to 1 December 2014. Users may wish to re-download the entire eGrey Book in .zip form here, or remain free to browse, download and print individual Acts from this website.
6 February 2015
The revised 7th edition of "Legislation of Seychelles: A Finding List of Acts and Statutory Instruments" (general editor: Professor Tony Angelo) has now been updated to 1 December 2014.
The full Finding List is available for download in PDF here.
***** UPDATE AS OF 10 FEBRUARY 2014 *****
With effect from Wednesday 19 February 2014, there will be an amendment to the Wednesday short cause schedule in the Civil Division of the Supreme Court.
The revised times for short causes before each Judge of the Supreme Court will be as follows:
09:00 - 09:55 Chief Justice
10:00 - 10:55 Justice Karunakaran
Interlocutory matters for hearing at 9:00 am on Monday 23 September 2013.
Before: Justice MacGregor - President
1. Mohamed Aweys Sayid & Ors v/s The Republic SCA 2/11 Mention
Mrs. A. Amesbury v/s Mr. C. Brown CR19/10
2. Mohamed Hassan Ali & Ors v/s The Republic SCA 22/12 Mention
Unrepresented v/s Mr. C. Brown CR8/10
3. Ahmed Abdi Barre & Ors v/s The Republic SCA 7/13 Mention
Unrepresented v/s Mr. Charles Brown CR28/12