Civil Procedure

Monthushimira & Anor v R (CM105/2018) [2019] SCSC 286 (08 April 2019);

BURHAN J

[1]        On the 5th of March 2019, Learned Counsel Mr. Andre filed an application setting out that the vessel Payam Al Mansur which was released by successive orders of the Supreme Court be released to his clients, in the state it was at the time of arrest which is in working condition so as to allow the crew to sale to Iran and deliver the said vessel. The further request is that adequate provisions be placed on the vessel.

Ex parte Esparon (MA 29/2019) [2019] SCSC 187 (12 March 2019);

B. ADELINE, MASTER

[1]        By way of an application, by Petition, dated 14th November 2018, filed as XP 186/2018, one Dick Patrick Esparon of Baie Lazare, Mahé sought for an order of this Court to appoint him as executor to the estate of his late son, Chris Rohn Esparon.

[2]        By an Order of this Court made on the 17th December, 2018 his application was granted, and accordingly, he was appointed as executor to the estate of his late son, Chris Rohn Esparon.

Lucas v Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation (MA 58/2019) [2019] SCSC 140 (25 February 2019);

PILLAY J

[3]        The petition filed by the Petitioner is for an order to obtain the personal answers from the Chief Executive Officer of the Defendant and for the Chief Executive Officer of the Defendant to produce in court officers of the Defendant who attended the Court sitting of 20th February 2018 and the press conference with the Chief Justice on 1st March 2018.

[4]        I have read through section 163 of the Seychelles Code of Civil Procedure which reads as follows:

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