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20 Nov 2011

The CCJ will decide how CARICOM organs and institutions, member states, businesses and citizens must function under the CSME. The main objectives of the CSME include the free movement of... Continue »

20 Nov 2011

The CARICOM Single Market and Economy is the plan and intention of CARICOM countries that there will be one single market for the production and economic development of all CARICOM... Continue »

20 Nov 2011

It is a binding document which was signed on 5th July 2001 by all Heads of Government of CARICOM countries to promote, among other things, efficiency in the production of... Continue »

20 Nov 2011

Under the Original Jurisdiction, the CCJ Judges are the only judges in the world who can hear cases dealing with how our countries must act and what we are or... Continue »

20 Nov 2011

The CCJ is two courts in one! The CCJ has two functions: an Original Jurisdiction, which deals with your right to move between CARICOM countries freely and your right to... Continue »

20 Nov 2011

The Caribbean Court of Justice is an “itinerant” or travelling Court, which means that it can travel to and operate in any contracting parties. However, its headquarters is in Port... Continue »

16 Nov 2011

The Caribbean Court of Justice began operations on Saturday 16 April 2005. Continue »

16 Nov 2011

The Agreement Establishing the CCJ was signed by the Prime Ministers or Presidents of 12 CARICOM states. (more…) Continue »

20 Oct 2011

The Caribbean Court of Justice Judges were selected from among the top legal professionals in the world. (more…) Continue »

10 Mar 2011

The Agreement Establishing the Caribbean Court of Justice was signed on 14th February 2001 by the Heads of Government of CARICOM countries. By signing the Agreement, the Heads of Government... Continue »