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Governor allowed additional time to file evidence in judicial review proceedings
Published on April 23, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version

In the application for judicial review against Governor Ric Todd over his decision to amend the TCI Fisheries Protection Ordinance, Supreme Court Judge Margaret Ramsay-Hale on April 17, 2013, heard submissions from Peter McKnight, counsel for the applicants (PRIDE, TCSPCA, TCI Reef Fund, and the Provo Chamber of Commerce) and Ronan Cosgrove from the Attorney General’s Chambers for the governor.

The judge granted the governor additional time until 15 May 2013 to file and serve any affidavit evidence on which he intends to rely.

The applicants are to file and serve any affidavit in reply by 29 May 2013 and skeleton arguments are to be filed and served by 17 July 2013.

The hearing of the application is fixed for 24-25 July 2013 before Judge Ramsay-Hale sitting at the Court House in Providenciales.
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