Relocation Of Court Delayed

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Ministry News

The public is advised that selected services will continue to be provided at the Supreme Court Complex on White Park Road, St. Michael, until further notice. This is as a result of delays in the completion of remedial work at the temporary relocation sites at Manor Lodge, St. Michael and Cane Garden, St. Thomas. Services which will continue to be …

Certificates Can Still Be Collected

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Ministry News

Members of the public are advised that they may continue to register recent deaths and marriages, and collect relevant certificates from the Supreme Court Complex on White Park Road, St. Michael, from tomorrow, Friday, June 8, until Tuesday, June 19. They may visit that location during this period for urgent birth certificates upon the production of documents to verify the …

Supreme Court To Be Temporarily Relocated

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Top Stories

Offices located at the Supreme Court Complex will be temporarily relocated to Manor Lodge, Green Hill, St. Michael, with effect from Monday, June 18, for approximately four months. As a result, the Court of Appeal and High Courts will be closed from Monday, May 28, to allow staff to begin the moving process. Meanwhile, the Records Department will remain open …

Document Filing At The Supreme Court

bgis Ministry News

The public is asked to note the following arrangements for filing documents at the Supreme Court Complex, Whitepark Road, St. Michael. Documents for High Court filings are being accepted on the Third Floor of the Supreme Court, while Court of Appeal filings are being accepted on the Second Floor. Persons wishing to lodge Wills can do so on the Second …

Judicial Council’s Statement On Court Complex

bgis Top Stories

Statement of The Judicial Council Re: The Environmental Issues at the Supreme Court Complex On Monday, April 30, the Judicial Council held an emergency meeting to discuss the environmental issues which had beset the Supreme Court Judicial Complex at Whitepark Road, Bridgetown. The Council invited the team of scientists who, in December 2017, had been engaged by the Registrar and the …

Supreme Court Complex Closed On Monday

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Top Stories

Members of the public are advised that the Supreme Court Complex, including the Registration Department, will be closed on Monday, April 30, to facilitate the cleaning of records. It will reopen on Wednesday, May 2, when the Records Department and Criminal Court No. 5 will be in operation. All jurors who are currently empanelled in that court are asked to …

Offices Return To White Park; Change In Hours

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Top Stories

Members of the public are advised that all regular business will resume at the Supreme Court Complex, White Park Road, St. Michael, from Monday, April 23. However, they will have new hours of operation. Registrar of the Supreme Court, Barbara Cooke-Alleyne, said the Records Department, the Probate along with the courts, will operate daily from 9:00 a.m. until 12:45 p.m., …

Changes To Doing Business At Court Complex

Julia Rawlins-Bentham Ministry News

Birth, marriage, death and cause of death certificates due to be collected on April 11, 12, 13, and 16, will be available on Monday, April 16, from the Registration Department in the Supreme Court Complex, between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Registrar of the Supreme Court, Barbara Cooke-Alleyne, has advised that only urgent applications will be processed going forward. This …

Registration Department Remains Closed

Nya Phillips Ministry News

The Registration Department at the Supreme Court Complex will be closed for the remainder of this week to facilitate the investigation of environmental issues, which forced staff off the job earlier today. This was revealed by Registrar of the Supreme Court, Barbara Cooke-Alleyne following a lengthy meeting at the Supreme Complex, which involved Chief Justice, Sir Marston Gibson, Attorney General …

Past Members Of The Bar Honoured

Deirdre Gittens Ministry News

Members of the legal fraternity of Barbados gathered last Friday at the Supreme Court for a special sitting to pay tribute to several past members who are now deceased. Tributes were paid to Former Director of Public Prosecutions, Charles Leacock, Q.C.; Court Prosecutor, Magistrate, and Retired Public Counsel of Barbados, Eli Edwards; and Attorney-at-Law, Theodore Walcott, Q.C. Expressing his condolences, …