Bar Association to scrutinise new High Court civil procedure rules

-following complaints

Following complaints about the new Civil Procedures Rules for the Supreme Court,  steps are being taken to establish a committee which will provide recommendations to the Chief Justice, President of the Bar Council of the Guyana Bar Association, Kamal Ramkarran has revealed.

“Many of us are not clear on what these rules entail specifically in relation to different types of matters. We all want some clarity so people have been discussing the problems…raising issues with the rules and how they are to be applied”, Ramkarran told Stabroek News in a recent interview.

Ramkarran,  38, who was elected to office several weeks ago said that lawyers he has engaged with thus far have made …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In

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