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Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has a criminal and civil division. It hears appeals from all lower courts and tribunals but also has its own jurisdiction. It hears the more complex and high-value civil claims and more serious criminal cases.

The Supreme Court is made up of nine judges including the Chief Justice. The Master of the Supreme Court and the Registrar can both hear cases too. Judges hear cases by themselves but sit with a jury of nine for trials of murder and treason.

 

 

Physical address
Palais De Justice Ile Du Port, Mahe, Seychelles, PO Box 57, Victoria

Supreme Court

3624 documents

Title Date
February 2023
Eastern European Engineering Limited v Vijay Construction (Proprietary) Limited (MA 150 of 2020) [2023] SCSC 127 (17 February 2023) 17 February 2023
Pharla v Vidot and Ors (MA 71 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 125 (17 February 2023) 17 February 2023
Republic v SWM (CO 101 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 128 (17 February 2023) 17 February 2023
Minister of Internal Affairs v Varsani (MA 241 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 132 (16 February 2023) 16 February 2023
R v Labiche & Anor (CO 26 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 129 (16 February 2023) 16 February 2023
R v Labiche & Anor (CO 26 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 138 (15 February 2023) 15 February 2023
R v Labiche & Anor (CO 26 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 137 (13 February 2023) 13 February 2023
Sheila Bastienne v Island Conservation Society (Appeal 13 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 111 (13 February 2023) 13 February 2023
The Republic v Labiche & Elisabeth (CO 26 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 120 (13 February 2023) 13 February 2023
Anti-Corruption Commission v Valabhji & Anor (CO 114 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 430 (10 February 2023) 10 February 2023
Azemia & Anor v Republic (CO 99 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 108 (10 February 2023) 10 February 2023
Valabhji v Anti-Corruption Commission Seychelles (MC 82 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 99 (10 February 2023) 10 February 2023
R v Saunders (CR 22 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 91 (9 February 2023) 9 February 2023
Le Rendevous Cafe v Cylah (MC 65 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 103 (8 February 2023) 8 February 2023
Republic v Kilindo (CO 36 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 117 (7 February 2023) 7 February 2023
Dugasse v Henriette and Anor (MC 33 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 110 (3 February 2023) 3 February 2023
Ex parte Three Arrows Capital Limited (XP 244 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 77 (3 February 2023) 3 February 2023
Jacintha Volcere & Ors v Jill Esparon & Ors (CA 5 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 78 (3 February 2023) 3 February 2023
Lepathy v Labonte (CS 9 of 2020) [2023] SCSC 94 (3 February 2023) 3 February 2023
Perolari v Perolari & Anor (CS 35 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 93 (3 February 2023) 3 February 2023
East Euro African Star Transport Service Ltd v Belize (MA 339 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 69 (1 February 2023) 1 February 2023
R v Labiche & Elisabeth (26 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 79 (1 February 2023) 1 February 2023
January 2023
R v Leon & Ors (77 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 64 (31 January 2023) 31 January 2023
The Government of Seychelles v Delpeche & Or (MC 23 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 68 (31 January 2023) 31 January 2023
Ahmed v Larue & Anor (CS 15 of 2019) [2023] SCSC 56 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
Berjaya Beauvallon Bay Beach Resort Limited v Savy & Anor (CS 108 of 2014) [2023] SCSC 60 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
Darwish & Anor v Eco Villas (CS 66 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 61 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
Maria v Mathiot (CS 29 of 2020) [2023] SCSC 58 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
Naidoo v Innocent Alpha Vintigadoo & Anor (161 of 2019) [2023] SCSC 212 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
Pillay v Indian Ocean Tuna Ltd (CS 73 of 2018) [2023] SCSC 55 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
Talma v Le Refuge du Pecheur & Or (299 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 65 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
The Government of Seychelles v Reginald (MC 74 of 2020) [2023] SCSC 51 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
Universal Computers (Pty) Limited v The Attorney General at the instance of the Ministry of Employment and Social Affairs (MC 51 of 2020) [2023] SCSC 50 (30 January 2023) 30 January 2023
Gabriel v Vidot (CS 83 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 44 (27 January 2023) 27 January 2023
Leonard Gill v Christopher Gill & Anor (MA 140 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 63 (27 January 2023) 27 January 2023
Leonard Gill v Christopher Gill & Anor (MA 162 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 66 (27 January 2023) 27 January 2023
R v Fanny (CR 49 of 2019) [2023] SCSC 45 (27 January 2023) 27 January 2023
R v Jules (CR 40 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 46 (27 January 2023) 27 January 2023
R v Khudabin (CO 41 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 53 (27 January 2023) 27 January 2023
R v Mubarak (121 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 47 (27 January 2023) 27 January 2023
R v Delcy (CO 94 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 428 (24 January 2023) 24 January 2023
R v JPH (CM 96 of 2020) [2023] SCSC 427 (23 January 2023) 23 January 2023
I One (Proprietary) Limited v Zialor (CC 9 of 2017) [2023] SCSC 49 (20 January 2023) 20 January 2023
R v Edmond (CR 5 of 2021) [2023] SCSC 15 (20 January 2023) 20 January 2023
R v Telemaque (CR 83 of 2019) [2023] SCSC 16 (20 January 2023) 20 January 2023
Ex parte Fair Trading Commission (XP 259 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 429 (19 January 2023) 19 January 2023
Special Operations Services v Cadeau & Anor (MA 194 of 2022; MA 210 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 18 (18 January 2023) 18 January 2023
Valabhji & Anor v The Commissioner of Police (CM 97 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 11 (17 January 2023) 17 January 2023
Ex parte The Government of Seychelles (XP 2 of 2023) [2023] SCSC 9 (16 January 2023) 16 January 2023
Ex parte Marie Lucianne Morel (XP 232 of 2022) [2023] SCSC 534 (13 January 2023) 13 January 2023