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


[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:

Marie v Robinson (CS 64/2014) [2019] SCSC 138 (19 February 2019);


[1]        This Judgement arises out of a Plaint of the 4th August 2014 filed by Christel Marie (“Plaintiff”), alleging defamation as against the Louis Robinson (“Defendant”), and praying for an Order for the Defendant to pay compensation in the sum of Seychelles Rupees Three Hundred Thousand (S.R. 300,000/-), along with interests and costs and to issue a prohibitory injunction against the Defendant not to publish and/or cause to be published any defamatory statement against the plaintiff.

Green v Payet & Ors (CS 158/2018) [2019] SCSC 33 (28 January 2019);


[1]        In a matter between the Plaintiff and the Defendants involving the disposition by gift inter vivos of the de cujus, Walter Marston Green, the Defendants raised the following plea in limine litis:

Articles 913 and 920 of the Civil Code – on which the suit – is based- is unconstitutional in that they are in contravention of the right to acquire, own and peacefully enjoy and dispose of property as protected by Article 26 of the Constitution