Case #: 37 of 2018
Lucayan Towers South Condominium Association and Maurice Glinton et al And Douglas Prudden et al

refusal of interlocutory injunction – previous appellate decision which determined\\r\\na primary issue in dispute between the parties and remitted other matters for determination by\\r\\nthe court below - whether judge erred in refusing an application for an interlocutory injunction\\r\\non the basis that there was no remaining cause of action in the proceedings to sustain it -\\r\\nwhether appeal against judge's refusal moot and academic – exercise of court's discretion to\\r\\nhear a moot and academic appeal – whether exercise of judge's discretion to refuse the\\r\\ninjunction was erroneous in point of law

Pending before Privy Council?: no

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Written / Supreme Civil / Interlocutory Injunctive Matter
by Justice(s) Hon. Sir Hartman Longley, P., Hon. Mr. Justice Isaacs, JA and Hon. Mrs. Justice Crane-Scott, JA
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