On ‘You and the Law,’ this week, we look at the two documents – the green paper versus the white paper, and the role they play in the formulation of government policy.
One of the focus areas under the reform agenda of the Ministry of Justice is the reduction of case inventory. We tell you about the Government’s effort to meet this objective on today’s edition of You and the Law.
We tell you about expungement and how to apply for it.
Did you know that under the law, it is the duty of Justices of the Peace not to charge for any of their services? We explore this and more on today’s edition of You and the Law.
On ‘You and the Law,’ this week, we explore two aspects of the National Solid Waste Management Act – illegal dumping and operating an illegal disposal site.
On ‘You and the Law,’ this week, the Fair Trading Commission is developing a merger review framework.
On ‘You and the Law,’ this week, we look at what you need to know about making a will.
On today’s edition of ‘You and the Law,’ we look at the roles and functions of the Attorney General’s Chambers.
On today’s edition of ‘You and the Law,’ court proceedings to take place in refurbished courtrooms in St. Catherine, Kingston and St. Thomas.
On today’s edition of You and the Law we look at acknowledgement of service in divorce proceedings in Jamaica.
By how much can your landlord legally increase your rent? And what exactly is excess rent? Stay with us to hear the answers on today’s edition of ‘You and the Law.’
On today’s edition of You and the Law, Zone of Special Operations legislation to be reviewed and Sexual Harassment Bill to be tabled in Parliament in coming weeks.
On today’s edition of You and the Law, we look at the existing legislation regarding recovery of possession under the Rent Restriction Act.
What does the Rent Restriction Act say or not say about security deposits? We tell you more this week.
The Rent Restriction Act is to be amended to address current challenges in the rental industry and make the legislation more equitable for landlords and tenants.
The Road Traffic Act of 1938 is to be repealed and replaced to make way for an updated piece of legislation.
The Child Diversion Bill was recently passed in the House of Representatives with 33 amendments and sent to the Senate for approval.
This week, we look at legal aid in court under the duty council system.
On today’s edition of You and Law, we look at how to legally obtain a divorce where children are involved. Stay with us to find out more. Glad you could join us. I’m Anjuii James-Sawyers.
On today’s edition of you and Law we look at how to legally obtain a divorce. Stay with us to find out more on this week’s edition of You and the Law.