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Parties Can Now Use Credit Card or Debit Card to Pay Filing Fees, Fines, and Traffic Tickets - 25 March 2021

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New Judgements

  • May 10, 2021
    Wincrest Capital Ltd. AND Rebecca Fernie - 2019/CLE/gen/00452
  • May 7, 2021
    Avantgarde Investments Holdings Co. Ltd AND Clive Guy -2014/CLE/gen/00123
  • May 7, 2021
    IN THE MATTER of the trusts of the Deed of Settlement establishing the X Settlement; IN THE MATTER of the Trustee Act, 1998 and IN THE MATTER of an application by the Trustee of the X Settlement made pursuant to Section 77 (1) of the Trustee Act, 1998 - 2020/CLE/gen/unnumbered
  • April 30, 2021
    Dominic Alloysius Seymour and Don Diego Sargent AND Darius Augustine Willis (In his capacity as the Sole Executor and Trustee of the Trust established under a Will dated 15th March 1999 and made by the late Ilonka Sargent Roker) -2017/CLE/gen/00571
  • April 29, 2021
    In The Matter of The Estate of Coral Louise Gooding, Deceased BETWEEN Ralph Gooding (In his capacity as Widower, Heir-at-Law and Administrator of the Estate of Coral Gooding, Deceased) AND Elizabeth Ellis and National Workers Co-Operative Credit Union Ltd. (NWCCU) - 2020/CLE/gen/00272
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Notices, Tenders, Press Releases and EOIs

  • Press Release
    Closure of the Garnet Levarity Building
  • Publication
    Bahamas Judiciary Annual Report 2019
  • Tender
    TOR Digitize Court Modernization