Case #: 161 of 2018
Jack Donovan Johnson And Sealand Investments Limited

Leave to appeal to His Majesty in Council is therefore granted on the condition that within a period of 90 days from today, the applicant does enter into good and sufficient security in a sum not exceeding $2,861.00 for the due prosecution of the appeal and the payment of all such costs as may become payable by the applicant in the event of the applicant not obtaining an order granting him final leave to appeal or of the appeal being dismissed for non-prosecution or of the Judicial Committee ordering the applicant to pay the costs of the appeal; and that within 90 days from today, the applicant shall take the necessary steps for procuring the preparation of the record and the dispatch thereof to England.

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Oral / Supreme Civil Matter
by Justice(s) Hon Madam Justice Crane-Scott, JA., Hon Mr Justice Evans, JA and Hon Madam Justice Charles, JA
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