Case #: 127 of 2019
The Attorney General v. Jonathan Reid et al

Civil Appeal ??\\\' Joinder of party-Application made after considerable delay-whether party proposed to be joined is a necessary party to the Appeal-proper exercise of discretion in the face of the delay- Proper Application of Court of Appeal Rule 24(1)- Whether there is prejudice to the Respondents due to the delay-whether the prejudice ,if any could be cured by the award of Costs-Rules 9 and 21 of the Court of Appeal Rules- Order 15 rule 6(2) of the Rules of the Supreme Court.

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Civil Matter
by Justice(s) Hon. Mr. Justice Jon Isaacs, JA., Hon. Mr. Justice Roy Jones, JA and Hon. Mr. Justice Milton Evans, JA
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