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L Junos -v- HSBC & K Taylor [2012] SC (Bda) 33 Civ (29 June 2012)

June 2012 Procedure

BERMUDA

SUPREME COURT

POSSESSION ORDER - STRIKE-OUT APPLICATION - RES JUDICATA - FRAUDULENT INVASION - ABUSE OF PROCESS

This case concerned an objection by a Mortgagee in proceedings issued by the Bank seeking possession and sale against the Plaintiff Mortagee. The Plaintiff sought a strike-out application for the following reasons: first that the Second Defendant obtained a possession order in the action by fraudulent means; second the Bank obtained the possession order fraudulently; third the possession order was unenforceable because it failed to specify a date of compliance; and lastly the Writ of Possession and all steps taken to enforce it were unlawful and a nullity by virtue of the failure to specify a date of compliance. Further, the Plaintiff issued a Summons for interim relief to restrain the Bank from exercising its rights of possession pursuant to the possession order.

 

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L Junos -v- HSBC & K Taylor [2012] SC (Bda) 33 Civ (29 June 2012)

 

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Offshore Cases

L Junos -v- HSBC & K Taylor [2012] SC (Bda) 33 Civ (29 June 2012)

01 June 2012

BERMUDA

SUPREME COURT

POSSESSION ORDER - STRIKE-OUT APPLICATION - RES JUDICATA - FRAUDULENT INVASION - ABUSE OF PROCESS

This case concerned an objection by a Mortgagee in proceedings issued by the Bank seeking possession and sale against the Plaintiff Mortagee. The Plaintiff sought a strike-out application for the following reasons: first that the Second Defendant obtained a possession order in the action by fraudulent means; second the Bank obtained the possession order fraudulently; third the possession order was unenforceable because it failed to specify a date of compliance; and lastly the Writ of Possession and all steps taken to enforce it were unlawful and a nullity by virtue of the failure to specify a date of compliance. Further, the Plaintiff issued a Summons for interim relief to restrain the Bank from exercising its rights of possession pursuant to the possession order.

 

To continue reading full articles in PDF format:
L Junos -v- HSBC & K Taylor [2012] SC (Bda) 33 Civ (29 June 2012)

 

 

EDITOR & HEAD OF LITIGATION BERMUDA

Christian R. Luthi
Tel.: +1 441 298 7814
Email.: christian.luthi@conyersdill.com


Head of Litigation British virgin islands

Mark J. Forte
Tel.: +1 284 852 1113
Email.: mark.forte@conyersdill.com


Head of Litigation Cayman Islands

Paul Smith
Tel.: +1 345 814 7777
Email.: paul.smith@conyersdill.com


HEAD OF THE ASIA DISPUTES & RESTRUCTURING GROUP

Nigel K. Meeson, Q.C.
Tel.: +852 2842 9553
Email.: nigel.meeson@conyersdill.com