More and more Bahamians are coming to realize that corrupt and/or incompetent judges are the biggest threat to justice in The Bahamas.
Byran S. Woodside, Minister of State, Lands and Local Government, Office of the Prime Minister, commenced a series of meetings to garner views and recommendations on a package of Land Reform Bills for The Bahamas.
Taking, landing, processing and possessing Nassau Grouper will be prohibited during the period 1st January, 2011 to 28th February, 2011 throughout The Bahamas.
Scheduled to come into effect on January 1, the new Business Licence Act was described as “a pivotal component of the Government’s comprehensive and integrated economic growth strategy.”
Arawak Homes Chairman Franklyn Wilson would not confirm or deny yesterday that he ordered his tractors to clear a plot of land located in Pinewood Gardens, which one woman claims she has owned for 17 years.
Residents of Pinder’s Point are considering a class action law suit concerning illnesses they claim they contracted because of their proximity to the industrial park in that area.
Rumours being spread by the Bahamas “legal mafia” that the Director of Public Prosecutions, Vinette Graham-Allen, has not resubmitted her application to the Bahamas Bar are “deliberate lies.”
If these theories are true, it would make criminal conspirators of nearly every major law firm and real estate broker in the country. Banks that mortgaged the properties would also be implicated.
A disbarred lawyer with more gall than brains was arrested outside the Supreme Court building right after he applied for reinstatement to the Bar.