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CT001APR2014


Posted on 5 Jun 2017
Case number: CT001APR2014
Case type: Exemptions
Decisions Status: Refused

The Oxford Large Print Dictionary defines “holiday” as “…an extended period of recreation…; a break from work…; a day of festivity or recreation, when no work is done.” and a holidaymaker and other cognate words have corresponding meanings. The protagonists in this matter conduct their business or affairs in holiday making. However, since 2006 there appears to have been very few moments of festivity or recreation or any semblance of a cordial or leisurely relationship between the contending parties herein. The parties have spent most of their time in panoply of litigation in the courts and even made an appearance before this Tribunal and the Supreme Court of Appeal.


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Date of Decision: 20 Oct 2014

Decisions Status: Refused




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