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 leading firm in Legal500, ranked firm in Chambers and Partners and a recommended firm in IFLR1000.
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.
COVID19 - NOTICE
Following on from the Prime Minister’s announcement on 19 March 2020, Mauritius has gone into a period national confinement. All member...Read More
COVID19 - COMMUNIQUE FROM THE SUPREME COURT
Communiqué from the Supreme Court: "In view of the two weeks’ lockdown announced by the Prime Minister on Thursday night, th...Read More
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
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