Justis is delighted to announce that you can now access cases from the Caribbean Court of Justice, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Island, Bermuda, Jamaican and Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in an essential new JustisOne Core collection. You can also access Bermuda Law Reports and Cayman Islands Law Reports as Bolt-on content.
The Justis Caribbean Core contains:
Judgments of the Caribbean Court of Justice from 2006 onwards.
Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court cases from 2003 onwards. Contains high-level decisions from Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
Jamaican Cases from 1999 onwards. This series is comprises of judgments from Jamaica’s Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and Revenue Court. Exclusively available on Justis, it contains many persuasive decisions on a range of topics, including crime, banking, shipping, communications, civil procedure, insurance, contract law and family law.
British Virgin Islands (BVI) cases from 1994 onwards.
Cayman Islands cases from 1989 onwards.
Bermuda cases from 2013 onwards. Our Bermuda, British Virgin Islands (BVI) and Cayman Islands cases are essential resources for anyone interested in off-shore territories, shareholder disputes, contractual issues, fraud, asset recovery, tracing claims and insolvency.
The Justis Caribbean Bolt-on content include:
The Jersey Law Reports feature judgments of cases from 1969 to the present day that are heard at the Royal Court and appeal courts. As a series it takes those cases of lasting legal importance from a multitude of practice areas, including banking and taxation, white-collar crime, commercial law and family law. The Reports are exclusive to Justis worldwide outside of the Channel Islands, and are available as printable PDFs replicating the pagination and appearance of the hard copy versions.
The Cayman Islands Law Reports covers the leading decisions of the Grand Court and the Court of Appeal dating back to 1923. The Reports feature authorities on trusts, company law, civil procedure and family law, providing a veritable pool of jurisprudence for offshore practitioners practising in these areas.
Did you know?
There are over 31,000 citation relationships between Caribbean cases and cases from England & Wales. Analyse relationships between different jurisdictions with our Complete Caribbean package.