CCJ settles division of marriage property case

12 Oct 2017

In the case of Rosemarie Ramdehol v Haimwant Ramdehol, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruled that a ‘without prejudice’ agreement, made on 12th September 2007,  between the Ramdehols was clear, had been agreed upon, and was therefore binding. Before their marriage ended in 1998, the Ramdehols were partners in a successful auto sales business. In 2007, they agreed to negotiate a division of their matrimonial and business assets. Mr. Ramdehol submitted that this agreement was made with the ‘without prejudice’ letter.