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2 Oct 2014

On September 5th 2014, the Caribbean Court of Justice hosted a visit by the International Union of Judicial Officers led by it President, Leo Netten.  For more information please follow... Continue »

7 Aug 2014

Please find below the media releases associated with the court judgments delivered, at the CCJ headquarters, in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.   Gayadin et al v Republic Bank... Continue »

31 Jul 2014

The Turks and Caicos Islands government is seeking applications from suitably qualified individuals to fill the role of Puisne Judge.   Access the full Job Advertisement here - Job Advertisement... Continue »

30 Jul 2014

Please find below a press statement by the Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission. Access full Media Release here: RJLSC Media Release Access  Media Release attachment here:  RJLSC Media Release... Continue »

16 Jul 2014

On July 14 and 15, 2014 the Conference of the Heads of Judiciary of CARICOM States met at the Headquarters of the Caribbean Court of Justice for a two-day meeting.... Continue »

3 Jul 2014

  The Port of Spain-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has a new Registrar and Marshal.Guyanese national, Jacqueline Graham, who took up the post from July 1 this year, is... Continue »

3 Jul 2014

In a judgment handed down yesterday 02 July 2014, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ)  ordered defaulting mortgagors to vacate property purchased by the Appellant and to pay the costs... Continue »

26 Jun 2014

Today, the Caribbean Court of Justice commemorates the one year anniversary of the launch of its email filing system.  As part of the Court's continued efforts to ensure access to... Continue »

12 Jun 2014

The Right Honourable Sir Dennis Byron, President, on 11 June 2014 received a courtesy call from His Excellency Mr. Gauri Shankar Gupta, Indian High Commissioner at the Headquarters of the... Continue »

9 Jun 2014

In a judgment handed down today, 09 June 2014, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) upheld the conviction of Paul Lashley and John Campayne for breaking and entering and rejected... Continue »