Civil Procedure

Elmasry & Anor v Hua Sun (MA 195/2019 (Arising in CC13/2014)) [2019] SCSC 962 (08 November 2019);


[1]        This is an application for a stay of execution of a decision delivered on 29 May 2019 in which the Applicants were ordered by Robinson J to jointly pay the Respondent the sum of US$ 660,428 with interest and moral damage of SR 100,000 with interest and the costs of the suit for a breach of contract.

Ex Parte John Milsom and David Standish (as joint receivers of assets of Mukhtar Ablyazov) (MA 240/2019 (Arising in XP 165/2011)) [2019] SCSC 792 (18 September 2019);


UPON THE APPLICATION of Messrs John Milsom and David Standish (the Applicants), as joint Receivers of assets of the Respondent, Mr Mukhtar Ablyazov (the Application)


AND UPON HEARING Counsel for the Applicants


Cupidon v Rose (CA31/2018 Appeal from Magistrate Court 128/2016) [2019] SCSC 776 (17 September 2019);



[1]        This is an appeal to this court against a judgment of the Magistrate court rendered in its civil jurisdiction. The decision dated the 9th of July 2018 is in respect of an action in delict brought by the Appellant, the then Plaintiff, against the Respondent, then the Defendant. Having heard the evidence the Learned Magistrate did not gave judgment in favour or against either of the parties, as he felt that neither of the parties had proven their cases on a balance of probabilities. He dismissed the case in its entirety.

Eliza v Bonne & Bisogni (MA 181/2019 arising in CA9/2017) [2019] SCSC 739 (05 September 2019);


[1]        On the 14th of March 2019 this Court gave judgment in favour of the Appellant in this case.  The Appellant had appealed to this Court against a judgment delivered by the Learned Magistrates’ in which she had awarded the sum of SR56,062/- together with interest in favour of the Respondents in a delictual responsibility action.