Case #: 8 of 2023
Annischka Holmes-Moncur v Norma Williams

Civil Appeal - Real Property - Conveyancing - Application for extension of time to appeal - Judicial discretion - Exercise of discretion - Matters to be considered - Length of delay -Reasons for delay - Prospect of success - Prejudice - Whether the Judge failed to consider or give specific weight to the facts and evidence - Whether there was a procedural irregularity and miscarriage of justice by not converting Originating Summons to a Writ Action - Whether the Judge’s determination that a constructive trust exists at the time of purchase of property is unreasonable - Whether Ruling is perverse or manifestly unsafe or unsatisfactory Rule 9 &11 of the Court of Appeal Rules

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Civil / Extension of time Matter
by Justice(s) Hon. Mr Justice Isaacs, JA; Hon. Mr. Justice Evans, JA; and Hon. Madam Justice Charles, JA
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