Some matters falling into this category include the following:
The occupation of land by a person for at least 16 years with the intention to possess where another has title.
A procedure by which the Court reviews an administrative action by a public body.
Entails Divorce, Children and Property Settlement.
Collectively referred to as “Defamation” – these are civil wrongs that cause harm to a person’s reputation, etc.
Deals with the non-consensual or hostile use of another’s land.
Any action relating to leases, tenancy agreements, etc.
Disagreement in relation to boundaries of properties.
To compel someone to act in accordance with an agreement.
An act requiring a person under arrest to be released.
Deals with the breach of a right of a citizen governed by the constitution of Trinidad and Tobago.
The wrongful institution of criminal proceedings against someone without reasonable grounds.
Deals with the wrongful or unfair termination from one’s place of employment.
Deals with a deceased person’s estate whether that person left a Will or no.
Generally speaking, the process at the High Court level may be divided into five (5) stages: