CJ reserves judgement on Parris’ assets

Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson has reserved his decision in the case where former CLICO chairman Leroy Parris and his company Branlee Consulting Inc want the High Court to unfreeze his assets. The matter came up for hearing in chambers yesterday.

Former Chairman of CLICO Holdings Barbados Limited Leroy Parris
Former Chairman of CLICO Holdings Barbados Limited Leroy Parris

On January 27, Justice William Chandler made an order to freeze the assets amounting to about $4.5 million in an ex parte case brought against Parris and his company by the CLICO Judicial Manager, Deloitte Consulting Limited. The claim also names the estate of the late Prime Minister David Thompson, who is represented by his widow Mara Thompson, as the third defendant

“If Leroy Parris (the first defendant) and or Branlee Consulting Services Inc. (the second defendant) fails to comply with the terms of this order, proceedings may be commenced for contempt of court. The first defendant and second defendant may be liable to have an order of sequestration made in respect of his/its or their property, and in the case of Branlee Consulting Services Inc. any of your directors may be sent to prison,” stated the order.

2 Responses to CJ reserves judgement on Parris’ assets

  1. Sheldine Dyall
    Sheldine Dyall April 23, 2015 at 5:29 am

    Not a blind cent.

  2. NAIR April 23, 2015 at 12:52 pm

    At last there appears to be action being taken and LP and his cohorts stripped slowly of their Kevlar and Teflon covering, previously lathered on by friends and pals. Well done CJ….. TEK WAY ALL FROM EVERYBODY, I.E. CLICO DIRECTORS AND THE MADAM MP.


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