In recent years the Caribbean has seen a number of high profile cases find a final resolution far from home in the UK’s Privy Council (PC). However, with the rise in the past two decades of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as an alternative to the PC, there’s renewed debate about the appropriateness of a London-based court having the final say on Caribbean legal matters. That’s why it’s a good time to review the state of play between the PC and CCJ.
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- St. Lucia Star
- 20, May 09:00 am