Re Niles (No 2)

JurisdictionBarbados
Judgment Date2003
Year2003
Date2003
CourtCourt of Appeal (Barbados)
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5 cases
  • Isaac Longsworth v Anglican Diocese of Belize
    • Belize
    • Supreme Court (Belize)
    • 23 January 2019
    ...decision as it would be the proceedings on the final decision 17. Further in this regard, the Court refers to Barbadian authority Re Niles (No. 2) 18 in which the Barbadian Court of Appeal had before it for consideration an application to re-open and re-hear a disciplinary complaint against......
  • Isaac Longsworth v Anglican Diocese of Belize
    • Belize
    • Supreme Court (Belize)
    • 23 January 2019
    ...decision as it would be the proceedings on the final decision 17. Further in this regard, the Court refers to Barbadian authority Re Niles (No. 2) 18 in which the Barbadian Court of Appeal had before it for consideration an application to re-open and re-hear a disciplinary complaint against......
  • Sampson v Panday
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 27 July 2007
    ...up a regime to protect the House from protracted absences without formal recognition and/or approval. Sir David Simmonds, C.J. stated in Re Niles ((2003) 66 W.I.R. 64; 73: “When a mandatory procedure is set out in an Act of Parliament if must be followed and even though the procedure may re......
  • Re Layne, Belfour
    • Barbados
    • Court of Appeal (Barbados)
    • 18 September 2009
    ...person while the final decision resides in another, the usual rule is that he/she who hears must decide. 18 In Re: Errol Niles (No.2) (2003) 66 W.I.R. 64, this Court discussed extensively the statutory framework for disciplinary proceedings against an attorney-at-law – see para. [25] to [42......
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