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Baycourt wins at the Industrial Tribunal

In a ruling delivered by the Vice President of the Industrial Tribunal, Marilyn Meeres, Baycourt landed a win ...
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Court confirms occupiers liability

In a judgment delivered on 5th March, 2021 Justice Winder confirmed that occupiers liability is not strict liability. ...
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Baycout teams up with 3Zs on a Mission to make donation to Uriah McPhee

  Raynard Rigby and his son, Zayne Rigby, makes cheque presentation to Minister of Education, Jeffrey Lloyd and ...
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At BAYCOURT CHAMBERS we have built a reputation cemented in a commitment to think ahead and to bring dynamic solutions to our clients’ most complex legal and commercial challenges.

In times of uncertainty, we remain resolute to assist our clients. To accomplish this, we harness our local strengths and global knowledge.

We commit to a refocus of our VISION and position ourselves – and our clients – for the future today.

Baycourt Victory: Clarice Butler & Ors. v BTC

In a Ruling handed down on 2nd May, 2014 Raynard Rigby and Megan Taylor successfully defended BTC in ...
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McKinney v. Bahamas Development Bank & Ors.

This is an interesting case that addresses the exercise of mortgagee's power of sale. It also touches on ...
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The Lawyers at Baycourt Chambers

The Lawyers of Baycourt Chambers at the opening of the Legal Year in January 2014.
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Baycourt wins personal injury case on pre-existing injury

Justice (Actg.) Winder in a Ruling delivered on 28th April, 2014 reconfirmed that Bahamian law recognizes that damages ...
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The legal and economic implications of Value Added Tax

Anyone watching the news or reading the newspapers in the past few months would have heard some elements ...
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The Opening of the 2014 Legal Year

Members of Baycourt Chambers were present for the official opening of the 2014 Legal Year. The Chief Justice ...
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Ruling sets out law on reconstructionist reports

The Chief Justice, Sir Michael Barnett, handed down a Ruling in which he clarifies the evidential value of ...
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Right to assigned parking at Condo

The owner of a unit in a condominium complex won his case when he sued for damages for ...
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Assessment Overturned by Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal in a hearing on 26th June, 2013 disagreed with the assessment of damages by ...
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