A Grand Bahama family is angry and traumatized by a horrifying travel experience, which may now lead to possible legal action against Morris Travel and Carnival Cruise Line.
In a precedent-setting case, the Supreme Court of The Bahamas has ruled in favour of a prenuptial agreement, dismissing an ex-wife’s plea to toss out the contract signed prior to marriage and affirming the husband’s right to keep assets he held prior to the marriage.
Many Bahamians have rightfully developed a deep lack of confidence in the Bahamian justice system, realizing that the law fails miserably to protect their rights as citizens and that justice is almost fictional.
Attorney General John Delaney has admitted that information he recently provided to the Senate on murder convictions was not “completely accurate”, but said it was “substantially correct”.
The United States has put pressure on many offshore financial centers to improve transparency in regard to the beneficial owner of corporate entities. Many have essentially told the U.S. to practice what it preaches.
The new bill will not only signify compliance with global standards but also provide a competitive advantage for the jurisdiction. It will be debated in Parliament April 18.
The court recently awarded a victory to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in their deceision to withdraw Lynnith Braynen from her position in the Miami Consul.
Former prosecutor Cheryl Grant-Bethell, who recently lost her bid in court to get her position back, is now arguing that she shouldn’t have to pay the court costs.
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force apprehended almost 260 Haitian migrants on Tuesday and set out to attempt to apprehend a second Haitian vessel sighted that afternoon.