Olive Casey Jaundoo v Attorney General

JurisdictionGuyana
Date1968
CourtCourt of Appeal (Guyana)
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  • Infochannel Ltd v Cable and Wireless Jamaica Ltd
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 20 December 2000
    ......The Attorney-General should also consider whether, in view of the issues ...See Jaundoo v. Attorney-General of Guyana [1971] AC. 972; [1971] 3 ......
  • Ramadhar v The Attorney General
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 13 June 1980
    ...distinction between a legal right and a fundamental right has been made by Cummings J.A. in the Guyana Court of Appeal in Olive Casey Jaundoo v. Attorney General 1968 12 W.I.R. 221. At page 251 the learned judge stated: “… a legal right is one which is enforceable in the courts of law. It i......
  • The Village Council of Cotton Tree v The Acting Chief Justice of Belize
    • Belize
    • Supreme Court (Belize)
    • 16 February 2021
    ...bound to do no less. 51 The author then turned his attention to the organs of the state in paragraph 9.61. Referring to Jaundoo v AG (1968) 12 WIR 221 at 251C-D, E, 254H, he stated: “Cummings JA observed that the existence in the Constitution of guaranteed fundamental rights, and reasoned ......
  • Re Chokolingo ( the Constitution of Trinidad and Tobago)
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 28 April 1975
    ...The Constitution guarantees these rights and freedoms and, to adopt the words of Cummings, J.A. in Olive Casey Jaundoo vs. A.G. (1968) 12 W.I.R. 221 at p. 251: “The existence of such a guarantee precludes any organ of the state — executive, legislative or judicial — from acting in contraven......
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