Guyanese Man Fails in His Bid to Have Judgment Enforced at CCJ

24 May 2019

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today dismissed an application for special leave to appeal in the matter of James Ramsahoye v Linden Mining Enterprises (LME), Bauxite Industry Development Company Limited (BIDCO) and National Industrial Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL).  Mr. Ramsahoye was seeking permission from the CCJ to appeal a decision by the Court of Appeal in Guyana to dismiss enforcement orders made by a single Justice of Appeal to pay him damages and a monthly pension from a previous employment judgment awarded in his favour against the respondents.After being terminated in 1998,  after 26 years of service, Mr Ramsahoye took legal action against his former employers, Linden Mining Enterprises and Bauxite Industry Development Company Limited, which were state enterprises.


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