Bahamas: Warring Condo Owners Suffer ‘Meritless’ Ruling

The “warring groups” at a Freeport condominium complex were yesterday sent back to the Court of Appeal, after the Privy Council dismissed as “meritless” a previous verdict that rendered key court Orders invalid.  The UK-based court, the highest in the Bahamian Judicial system, overturned an earlier Court of Appeal verdict that found two Supreme Court Orders were a “nullity” because the original action was brought against a non-existent company.    Read the article………


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