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R v Benoit (CO 69 of 2021)  SCSC 387 (05 July 2021);
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF SEYCHELLES
 SCSC 387
(Represented by Ms Benoiton)
Rinti Benoit Accused
Neutral Citation: The Republic V Rinti Benoit  SCSC 387 (5 July 2021).
Before: M. Burhan
Heard: 5 July 2021
Delivered: 5 July 2021
I am releasing the Accused on bail with the following conditions:
 He shall pay a cash bail of Five Thousand Rupees (R5000/-) today, and Rupees Twenty Five Thousand (R25,000/-) personal bail.
 One surety bail of Rupees Twenty Five Thousand (R25,000/-)
 He is not to interfere with the witnesses in this case.
 He cannot stay in Quincy Village because the victim also is there.
 He may stay in Perseverance where his mother lives, or he may stay with his father in Praslin, but he cannot go to Quincy Village. If there is a complaint that he has been to Quincy Village, he will be immediately remanded.
 If he meets the victim outside Quincy Village, he is to always keep a distance of 100 meters and not speak to her.
 He is to report to the Central Police Station every Monday.
 He is not to commit any offence of a similar nature.
 He shall not commit any similar offense whilst on bail.
 He is not to leave the jurisdiction of Seychelles without the consent of the Court.
 He is to surrender his passport to the Court immediately.
Signed, dated and delivered at Ile du Port on 5 July 2021