Civil Procedure

Registrar of Companies v Camille (MA 358/2019 Arising in MC 80/2019) [2020] SCSC 154 (26 February 2020);


[1]       The Petitioner moves the Court under section 115 of the Seychelles Code of Civil Procedure for the Third Respondent, being the Registrar of Companies and the Petitioner in the instant application, to be struck out as a party to the Petition filed by the Respondent in the instant case, Petitioner in the main case.

[2]       The Application is supported by an affidavit wherein the Registrar of Companies, Wendy Pierre, deponed that there was no requirement for the third Respondent to be joined as a party to the Petition before the Court.

Lodge Café v Eden Island Retail (MA 190/2019) [2020] SCSC 98 (05 February 2020);


[1]            The Applicant has filed an appeal against the decision of the Rent Board ordering it to:

                                     i.                    Vacate the premises of the Respondent at Eden Plaza within six months;

                                   ii.                    Pay to the Respondent the sums of US$912,668.52 and SCR436,975.36 owed and continuing to be owed at the date of the order; and

Beau Vallon Properties Limited v Philippe Cointy (MA 307/2019) [2020] SCSC 61 (22 January 2020);



[1]       The Applicant is appealing the judgment of this Court delivered on 16th July 2018 which dismissed the Applicant’s appeal from a judgment of the Employment Tribunal delivered on 24th October, 2017. The grounds of appeal before the Court of Appeal are :

i.          “The learned judge erred in law on the evidence in awarding compensation to the Respondent;

ii.         The learned judge erred in law in failing to consider the reasonable excuse given by the Appellant for non-appearance of lawyer;