Case #: 59 of 2020
Christopher Stubbs and anor. v Allan and Sharon Crawford

Conveyance ??' Purchase of property ??' Sale of land ??' Oral agreement ??' Nuisance ??' Private nuisance ??' The rule in Rylands v Fletcher ??' Injunction ??' Quia timet injunction ??' Judge’s duty to give reasons - Whether the property marked “Access Road” was to remain free and clear - Whether an agreement is not enforceable by virtue of section 4 of the Statute of Frauds ??' Whether an agreement is unenforceable for want of consideration ??' Judicial deference - Section 4 of the Statute of Frauds

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Civil Matter
by Justice(s) The Honourable Sir Michael Barnett, P , The Honourable Mr. Justice Evans, JA, The Honourable Madam Justice Bethell, JA
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