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Tag archive for ‘court case’
By The Publisher On Tuesday, July 5th, 2022
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Rebellious casino-dealer gets royal compensation

PHILIPSBURG — A 59-year old casino-dealer with a rather checkered work-history gets more than 100,000 guilders gross from her now former employer as compensation for the termination of her labor contract, More...

By The Publisher On Wednesday, April 20th, 2022
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Pleasing rates

By Hilbert Haar The court case of a French teacher against the St. Maarten Academy offers a candid insight into the way this school is going about its business. It fired the teacher, who’d been employed since More...

By The Publisher On Wednesday, April 20th, 2022
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St. Maarten Academy had to rehire unjustly fired teacher – or pay

PHILIPSBURG — The St. Maarten Academy has to reinstate a teacher French or otherwise pay compensation of 84,000 guilders ($46,927), the Court in First Instance ruled on February 23. The school dismissed the More...

By The Publisher On Saturday, February 5th, 2022
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Supreme Court rules against SZV in contract-dispute

PHILIPSBURG — In February 2020 the Common Court of Justice ruled in favor of Social and Health Insurances SZV in a contract-dispute with E’s Solutions and ordered the company to repay SZV 1,757,550 guilders More...

Smack on the hand with gavel
By The Publisher On Saturday, January 29th, 2022
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Court freezes Over the Bank long lease decisions

PHILIPSBURG -- The Court in First Instance criticized successive ministers of Public Housing, Urban Planning, Environment and Infrastructure VROMI) for the way they deal with the issuance of rights of long lease More...

By The Publisher On Friday, December 3rd, 2021
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Twelve police officers win victory against ministry

~ Police officers score decisive victory against justice ministry ~ UPDATED version of the previously published article online at: Police officer scores decisive victory against justice ministry PHILIPSBURG — More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, December 2nd, 2021
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Police officer scores decisive victory against justice ministry

PHILIPSBURG — A police officer with more than ten years of service to his name scored a decisive victory against the Ministry of Justice after a long battle about his promotion, first to police officer and More...

By The Publisher On Sunday, October 17th, 2021
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Ansary’s attorneys: No evidence of solvency deficit at ENNIA

WILLEMSTAD — “The plaintiffs present circumstances that are incorrect, in violation of the law or otherwise simply made up,” attorneys Karan Doekhi and Mirto Murray said on the second day of the lawsuit More...

By The Publisher On Wednesday, October 6th, 2021
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A flawed verdict highlighted

In September, GEBE, first alone and then together with the members of its supervisory board, filed  lawsuits against the company’s shareholder Country St. Maarten based on tort. More specifically, because Country More...

By The Publisher On Wednesday, October 6th, 2021
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GEBE court ruling is regretfully flawed, attorney says

PHILIPSBURG — “A remarkable verdict if not a miscarriage of justice,” attorney Jairo Bloem says about the ruling of the Court in First Instance against two members of GEBE’s supervisory board, Roberta More...