CARIBBEAN-COURT-CCJ grants Jamaican leave to have case against Barbados heard by regional court

The five-member CCJ panel, headed by its President, Sir Dennis Byron, approved the application during a special sitting in Barbados, the first time the regional court, which was established in 2001 to replace the London-based Privy Council, sat outside its Trinidad-based headquarters.

Court officials said that as a result of the ruling, attorneys for the Jamaican will now have 21 days to file the necessary documents.

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