Sadovnik and Another v Charles Kellman Ltd

JurisdictionTrinidad & Tobago
CourtSupreme Court (Trinidad and Tobago)
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6 cases
  • Augustin Lionel Applicant v The Honourable Attorney-General Respondent [ECSC]
    • St Lucia
    • High Court (Saint Lucia)
    • 25 May 1995
    ...of the Peace and Justices for County Borough of Bath 1926 A.C. 586; 4. Cottle v Cottle 1939 2 A.E.R. 535; 5. Sadovnik v Keilman Ltd (1960) 3 W.I.R. 119; and 6. Holmes v Nelson 1979 Tasmanian Reports 89. 27 Counsel submitted that the question is not whether or not the person will be biased. ......
  • Bahamian Outdoor Adventurer Tours Ltd v R
    • Bahamas
    • Supreme Court (Bahamas)
    • 6 April 2000
    ...Barnsley County Borough Licensing JJ, ex parte Barnsley and District Licensed Victuallers’ Association [1960] 2 Q.B. 167; Sadovnik and Another v. Charles Kellerman Ltd (1960) 3 W.I.R. 119; R v. Sutherland JJ [1901] 2 K.B. 357. Judicial Review - Order 53 Rules of the Supreme Court — Separati......
  • Charles v The Attorney General
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 24 April 2012
    ...nullity. The importance of the perception that justice is seen to be done was reflected in the case of Sadovnik and Another v. Kellman (1960) 3 W.I.R. 119 cited by the applicant. Consequently, the applicant contends that there was no equality of arms in that he had to contend with not just ......
  • Ali v Ali
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • Court of Appeal (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 28 April 1986 the investigations necessary for and leading up to the eventual arrest of the accused. 15 In Sadovnik and Another v. Kellman Ltd. (1960) 3 W.I.R. 119 the Court of Appeal in this jurisdiction there considered the ramifications of and the test for determining bias. That was a case in which......
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