Case #: 27 of 2021
Enos Miller v McKinney Bancroft & Hughes and anor.

Application for conditional leave to appeal to the Privy Council ??' Appeal “as of right” ??' Appeal “with leave” in ‘any other proceedings’ ??' Whether the Court of Appeal has jurisdiction to grant conditional leave to appeal to the Privy Council in the absence of a provision of any law conferring a substantive right of appeal from the Court’s refusal under section 11(f) to grant leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal ??' Article 104 of the Constitution ??' Section 23 Court of Appeal Act ??' Sections 3 & 4 of the Bahama Islands (Procedure In Appeals to Privy Council) Order, 1964 ??' Section 11(f) of the Court of Appeal Act

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Civil Matter
by Justice(s) The Honourable Madam Justice Crane-Scott, JA, The Honourable Mr. Justice Evans, JA, The Honourable Madam Justice Bethell, JA
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