5 ST JAMES COURT, the Chambers of Ravindra Chetty, S.C., is a set of Chambers established in 2010, regrouping self-employed barristers who share the same ethics and values. All Members of Chambers are self-employed sole practitioners, but are often instructed together as part of a team.
Chambers offers expertise on all aspects of Mauritian Law and undertakes both contentious and non-contentious work. Members of Chambers appear before all jurisdictions in Mauritius, as well as the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
5 ST JAMES COURT is a recommended firm on the International Financial Law Review and listed in Chambers and Partners. Chambers is also a member of Globalaw, a worldwide network of more than 110 independent law firms with over 4500 lawyers in 165 cities across the world.
GUNESH V NATIONAL TRANSPORT CORPORATION  UKPC 17
In the present matter, the Board held there are two possible burdens in matters of an alleged unfair termination of contract of employment - one on th...Read More
KURREEMUN B.P. V CENTRAL ELECTRICITY BOARD  SCJ 27
In the present matter, the Supreme Court held that a failure to notify the employee of the complaints against him and to give him an opportunity to fu...Read More
SONIAWEAR LTD V THE REGISTRAR GENERAL  SCJ 69
In the present matter, the Court held that registration duty would be payable under section 3 of the Registration Duty Act in relation to a buy back o...Read More
THE STATE OF MAURITIUS V CT POWER LTD & ORS  UKPC 27
In the present matter, the Board allowed the appeal of the State against the Respondent, having found that the Minister of Finance was entitled to com...Read More
ANGTEEAH V BATHFIELD AND OTHERS (2019) UKPC 23
This is an appeal concerning the sale of leasehold land and the non-fulfilment of a contractual requirement in the sale agreement for the obtaining of...Read More
Areas Of Practice
5 ST JAMES COURT is a multi-disciplinary set offering expertise in specialist areas of law, in particular:
- Civil Law
- Commercial Law
- Financial Services
Whilst 5 St James Court is predominantly a civil and commercial set, certain members of Chambers will also advise and act in administrative and public law matters, constitutional law matters and criminal matters.Click here to view more