Bermuda Court of Appeal judgments: like London buses?

Given the manner in which the Bermuda Court of Appeal sits in sessions of 3-4 weeks, about 3 times a year, it seems fair to compare the Court of Appeal’s judgments with London buses (without intending any disrespect): i.e. you wait for ages for one, and then three (or more) turn up at the same time, usually at the end of a session, when multiple judgments are handed down at the same time, and then uploaded onto the Court’s website.

The following judgments have all just been published on the Bermuda Court’s website, and it may be that others will be uploaded soon. Analysis of the more interesting judgments will follow later, in separate blogposts.

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