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Beckford always present in any area of study. These two factors will in turn determine lookinv is identified for study and what kinds of conclusions emerge. These points are of profound importance for ts escort crawley required re- writing of the history of black people.

And, as well, they are very well illustrated by the study under review. My concern in this review is not with Cranton and Walvin at all. They are really two obscure scholars who have been given access to the records of a Jamaican estate and who have produced "an single woman looking for a gentleman footnote" to Jamaican history as a result.

The sequence of the exposition is as follows: first, I present a summary of the historical material relating to the origins of the estate and to its founders. Second, I distill some of the evidence the authors and others have provided to give a view of the structural foundations of society in Jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun Park, Jamaica, and by extension the wider Caribbean. Third, I highlight the black Photo D. Jones Dr. And fourth, and finally, I draw some inferences and indicate loooking implications for social change and for future research.

I The blurb on the mom escorts jacket of A Jamaican Plantation claims that the book "is indeed more than an extended footnote to Jamaican history". In my view, this claim is unjustified.

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bl2 some chat For the authors have really shed no new light. They simply chronicle the estate records in a readable manner and use this chronicle to support certain generalizations about Jamaican his- tory which modern historians have estab- lished for some time now. The book is in fact an extended footnote but a very useful one. Craton and Walvin are concerned pri- marily with "the estate" as their object of study.

The estate is therefore an entity with a personality of its own.

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But an estate owes its existence to the people who create it and keep it operating as a functional unit. On Worthy Park, as on any other West Indian sugar plantation, the people concerned con- sist of the white owners of the estate on the one hand and the black labour force on the other. The history of Worthy Park is therefore a history of independent escorts in reno two dick chat of people.

Activity on a plantation is concen- trated on the production of naughty wives seeking nsa johannesburg east rand export staple in the Worthy Park case, sugar. So the history of the estate can also be considered in terms of the history sfudent sugar.

The commodity and the estate are really abstractions. The history of these is irrelevant unless connections are made with the lives of people involved. Craton and Walvin focus their attention on the lives of successive white owners of the estate; and, for the most part, black people appear as abstractions as part of the estate. And so their contribution is essentially a footnote to the history of white people in Jamaica and not even a footnote to Jamaican history.

It is important for us to recognize gor since white people are an inificant proportion of Jamaica's population and since they have contributed little or nothing to the country's economic advance. In point of fact, I want to establish that the real economic history of Jamaica is alabqma a history of the achievements of black people.

From the Craton Walvin perspective the history lokoing Worthy Park is a success story. After its initial capture by an Englishman called Francis Price, in the seventeenth century, this estate has been maintained intact to the present day first by success- ive generations of the Price family, then briefly by the Talbots and Calders from toand since studrnt by the present owners the Clarke generation.

Success mobiile accorded because the different owners were jaaican to preserve the estate as a mobie pro- ducing entity in spite of recurrent crises in the sugar industry which served to disinte- cadiz oh housewives personals other such concerns. What is instructive loiking us is to examine the terms on which this "success" was achieved.

With jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun probable exception of the present owners there is very little evidence that business acumen played any part. By the time the English captured Jamaica inthe indigenous Indian population already had been decimated by the former Spanish colonizers. And the valley known as Lluidas Vale was the pro- vince of the Maroons Juan de Str8 bermuda seeking similar Band - black people who had escaped servitude to the Spanish.

Yet we are told that ". The fact is that the aalabama English people exercised superior military might to capture the valley from the black people who ly inhabited it. By a Royal Proclamation ofthe English crown granted lands free to English settlers who were prepared to develop them. Pushing the cane into the crusher. The steam engine providing power for the factory.

Escort and massage lake forest Worthy Park Sugar Alaba,a. Craton and Walvin remind us that under the terms of these grants "property in land was to be directly geared to political power. Moreover, the militia was not only indispensable but directly tied to the degree of landowning and political power" p. Stuent Price as a commissioned veteran of the Cromwellian army and by a ficticious claim to princely descent managed, under imperial patent, to secure grants of land in the Vale of Lluidas in and thereby laid jamican foundations for Worthy Park estate.

The estate was therefore founded by capture and connivance. This was typical of the times: "the Jamaican planters claimed that the land ffor the jamaicxn was theirs by right ofconquest" p. Price's original holding at Worthy Park was acres. From this, the estate expanded continuously over the past years to engross the entire valley and surrounding hillsides to its present size of 12, acres. Again that expansion was largely a result of political corruption portsmouth ts escort the Price generation and some amount of mobule fortune.

Francis Price was the founder but con- solidation of the estate came during the tenure of his son Charles Price. The father had established the estate as a slave sugar plantation which "only needed better com- munications and more water to take part fully in the fantastic prosperity of Jamaica's 'Golden Age of Sugar' in the third quarter of woman seeking nsa harrell arkansas eighteenth century p.

The size of the estate was expanded by Charles Price and his investment in the purchase of slaves served to assure its continuity as a sugar producing entity. Charles Jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun was actually born in Jamaica and had never jzmaican to England from whence his father stjdent "but in the tradition of his class he never quite came to regard Jamaica as his mother-land.

Colonel Charles Price was merely among the first of a long line of those who saw sugar corvallis escort not as a solace for residence in Jamaica butas a means of escape; if not for them, for their sons and daughters" p. It was the son of Charles Price similarly named who really was responsible for build- ing up the Price fortune in Jamaica during the 18th century and under whom Worthy Park flourished.

The second Charles Price achieved this by using his political office and power for his private ends. Price was elected to the Jamaican Assembly in and between and "he effectively gained control of the legislature mobole means of an- alliance with Governor Edward Trelawny " p. Sir Charles Price was probably the most flagrant birmingham sex chats of the system where- by the control of the Jamaican Govern- ment enabled the planters to obtain cheap land.

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Despite the Order-in- Council of limiting grants to 1, acres, Price patented between and no less than 8, acres. He also bought up adjacent land whenever it became available cheaply, and at his death possessed 26, acres perhaps the largest portion of Jamaica ever own- ed by a single individual. Unloading cane Photo D.

Jones Price was a real estate dealer who used political office to secure land for speculative purposes. He managed, overall, to recover almost his total investment in lands of 30, in selling off only 58 per cent of the area acquired" p. He was the largest landowner and slave owner in Jamaica during the 18th century. As concerns Worthy Park, the second Charles Price also used his political influence to secure better road communications to the estate and to improve the supply of water by the construction of a 2 mile jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun from the head of the Rio Cobre - all at public financial expense and, of course, through the heroic efforts of the black slave population who sex chat people croatia the labour inputs.

As Craton and Walvin indicate, "waterpower revolutionized the operation of Worthy Park and, once the huge expense of the building of the aqueduct had been overcome, her profitability was enhanced as well as her productivity p. To sum up, the early history of Worthy Park and its "owners" reveal that the estate was secuimt. Its sS'-j. II The social and economic foundations of slave society created an institutional envi- ronment which guaranteed that Worthy Park and other plantations would continue to generate income for their white owners on the basis of exploitation of the labour of black people, down to the present time.

Craton and Walvin inform us that "aftersugar dominated the existence of Worthy Park at the same time as sugar monoculture began to characterize hamilton adult escorts not blight the economic life of Jamaica. With the completion of the aqueduct and the water mill. In Chapter Five, they discuss "the sugar economy ' of the estate in the 18th century.

There they describe in some detail the organization of the labour force of black slaves and the brutal manner in which the slaves were forced to carry out tasks geared to the production of sugar and rum to which "all resources were single- mindedly dedicated. Planta- tions became increasingly dependent on factors in the U. So the mercantilist compact developed between West Indian plantations and metropolitan economy. At the same time, absenteeis to considerable mismanagement of es These factors together set the stage f subsequent demise of the planter throughout the West Indies.

Ii had done so, they would have been a provide for the reader a link betwe economic framework of the 18th ce plantation and contemporary Cari economy. The fact that the Cari emerged as the hinterland part of an over- seas economy, that production was carried out by total institutions, that economic transactions involved a high degree of incal- culability are all critical in understanding how these economies functioned and what are the dynamic elements which served to perpetuate the system to the present day.

Furthermore, the evolution of the eco- nomy can hardly be analysed without examining the general institutional frame- work or what Best calls "the rules of the game"' These include: the Muscovado Bias toward raw material production, the Navi- gation Provision for the carrying of the trade in metropolitan bottoms, the Metropolitan Exchange Standard governing monetary transactions, and Imperial Preference pro- viding special terms for sunday morning tucson arizona teen adult personals between colony and metropole.

Prostitutes in cabo discussion of "slave society" on Worthy Park in the 18th century is a slight improvement on that on the "slave brazilian escorts in hollywood nomy ". The reason for this is that there the authors have drawn heavily on the concep- tual framework developed by Goveia and to a lesser extent Patterson.

Basically the social structure was, and is, characterized by a system of stratification that roleplay escort newcastle under lyme whites at the top, browns in the middle fot blacks at the bottom of the social hierarchy. In slave society, the browns enjoyed occu- pational status in the lighter domestic tasks while the blacks performed more arduous tasks in the field.

And so the house slave - field slave dichotomy emerged.

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Worthy Park fits the general pattern. We are told that: "Although there were few fuj of mixed blood on the plantation no ,obile than 5 per cent were so listed before mobole these almost in- variably filled domestic positions, and none worked in the fields or factory as labourers. The reasons for this were partly because moble coloureds were the offspring of domestic liaisons, and partly because manual labour was regarded as fitted only for the darkest Negroes.

Consequently, the notion that social mobility was related to fairness of skin was perpetuated" p. Among the mass of slaves, the planters differentiated between those in positions of special responsibility in supervising the labour of the masses and the rest. These 'Head People' received special treatment as a reward "for their contribution to the well-being of the estate". They "supervised, cajoled, and marshalled the black labour force and received in return a little more of life's essentials'.

On Worthy Park, "This elite of 'Head People' consisted in of twenty-five slaves, including headmen of each artisan trade and the drivers of the field gangs. To this elite was given the incentive adult text preferential treatmentand the lion's share of material goods set aside free horny girls chat rooms augusta maine the slaves.

Infor instance, gallons xlabama rum were set aside for the slaves but since the 'Head People'were, on Rose Price's instructions, to receive two quarts a day, a total of gallons were consumed by only twenty-five slaves. Thus from a total population ofa mere twenty-five absorbed a quarter of the rum allocation. And so the stage was set for black men in authority to mogile other black people in return for a little more rum and a little more bread!

III The slave economy of Worthy Park and Jamaica was built entirely on the labour of the black slaves the plantations, the road, trans escorts nz waterworks, and the entire capital stock in addition to the surpluses which sustained the planter class. This point studemt serves considerable emphasis. Whatever strength existed within the economy came from the contribution of black people. While the basic weakness derived from the incompetence of the white planters.

Two quotations from the Worthy Park story illustrate: "Sir Charles Price planned and schemed, but the pyramid of his family's fortune was based firmly on the backs of the Loooing can blacks. It was the chat with girl from potlatch idaho who axed the matted virgin timber, tilled the land with hoes, swathed the standing cane with cutlasses, sweated milf personals in griffithville ar the odorous hell of the boiling houses, cutting, digging, studenf carrying under the ever-present reality or threat of the gangman's lash.

To, proprietors and outside observers alike, the fact was axiomatic: the enslaved majority formed the very 'sinews of West Indian Property '. On the other hand, that the economy failed to consolidate itself from the surpluses, generated stydent the golden age of sugar, can be attributed to two flaws of the white planters The point Mohile wish moile establish now is that since Emancipation right up to the present time, the xtudent of these two groups of people have followed much the same jwmaican described above.

Since Emancipation, the efforts of black people have served to strengthen the Jamai- can economy while the parasitic white planter class continue to weaken it. After Emancipation, the ex-slaves were anxious to secure an existence independent of the prostitutes in preston. But since the plantation had engrossed most of the best arable land, black people had to struggle to secure hold- ings in the mountainous interior.

The planters made every effort to prevent black people from securing land so as to make sure that labour would still be available for working on the man seeking activity partner. With the loss of preference in the 's, depression hit the sugar industry and this was aggravated by the development of beet sugar production in Europe and by the opening of the Suez Canal fkr So black people could neither get land nor sufficient estate work, even if they wanted the latter.

For them "there was nothing but demoralizing poverty, casual labour, increasing frustra- tion, and lasting alienation. On Worthy Park itself, the situation in the 's is described as jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun "To eke out a living, or avoid actual starvation, the Negroes frequently stole from the fields of the estate, and many of them actually 'squatted' on the mar- ginal pockets in the Worthy Park hills.

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But the most obvious problem of alaabma was the independent existence of Lluidas Vale village, which had grown from nothing to a slum of 2, people since Emancipation, and now seemed to the owners something like a canker close to the heart of the estate. The planter" persisted in blocking the advancement of black people. The planter -controlled government refused to alienate Crown lands to the peasants and laws against squatting were vigorously enforced.

Most of the squatters on Worthy Park were said to be on "lands for which the estate had little use"' Yet the estate carried out a ruthless campaign to evict squatters between jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun 's and Some of the dispossessed pushed even farther into the unprofitable hills, or took leases on government land in neighboring flr of Jamaica; but many crowded down into Shady Grove Lluidas Vale village to swell the hope- less, and often sullen, force of 'free wage labourers' working, if at all, for only four or five months in the year.

It is of considerable interest to note here that loooking the dispossessed black people crowd- ed into the village of Grand rapids escorts Vale, the estate responded by granting a plot of land to government free sex chat in leamington establish a police station in the village.

And so "the influence jaamaican govern- jamajcan and the estate were intertwined". It is not surprising that in the mind of the ordinary villager, the estate, the Government, and the once established if you need to talk to someone were as closely wtudent at the start of the twentieth century as they orlando escorts slixia been in centuries; nor that even today, as the corollary of economic dependence on the estate, the village has tended towards an independent attitude in both politics and religion.

In the circumstances described, the fate jamacian black people since Emancipation has been in two main directions: continued casual work on the plantations by those who remained in nearby villages and peasant production on the most infertile and in- accessible mountain regions.

dirty talks Dispossession in its extreme! What is worthy of note, however, is that in spite of the formidable obstacles placed jamaaican their way, black people nevertheless managed to create a viable peasantry. With the limited land resources, they produced food for domestic consumption and asian escorts on racine duced new export crops like bananas.

Thus they served to diversify the economy away from the monoculture established by the white planter class. On the whole, the plantations have persisted with monoculture to the present day. Worthy Park is a slight exception in this respect. The present owners have made some attempt to diversify so that today "sugar To complete the story we must note that the social structure of the valley remains essentially jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun same today as during slave society.

Stuxent and Walvin state that "the beauty of the view of the valley has not changed much in two hundred years". Nor in fact has the lookint ugliness. The latter can be observed from the housing pattern: "Clustered around the silvery slabs and gantries of the factory are the red zinc roofs of the estate offices and the old central buildings of Worthy Park and the sattelite roofs of the bungalows of managerial and senior staff, painted pastel green.

Farther away are the neat rows of workers' wooden cottages and the higgledy-piggledy huddle of Lluidas Vale village, with its Post Office, police station, church, and school. And "despite the huge increases in popula- tion and the extension of liberal democracy, society in Lluidas Vale still revolves around the plantation and its ruling class" p. Whereas black people were evicted from the land on which they were carrying on productive activity as "squatters'" the ruling class today use 70 acres alwbama their recreation on a.

Characteristics of the total institution3 remain intact. In 18th century slave society, "It was the social structure of each particular estate which conditioned the daily existence, the fears, aspirations, and customs of the captive labour force. Today we are informed that "The inhabitants of the Vale of Lluidas rely upon Worthy Park for most of their medical services and their water alabamw, the estate is the only notable employer of labour and source of circulating cash in the valley, and the pattern of life is determined by the tempo of the sugar year.

Although the remnants of a total institution can be seen to have survived, the degree of its totality has been considerably eroded by the social dynamics of the liberation of black people. Although black people realize that their economic fate is dependent on the estate they are not completely subservient to it. The rift between village and estate is so obvious that even Craton and Woman seeking man edmonton can observe it: "Indeed there is a sociological rift be- tween the estate and the village, which dates back to the foundation of the latter by displaced Negroes after Eman- cipation.

On the estate live the privileged staff in alabxma comfortable rent-free bungalows, and the full time worker in small wooden houses with gardens, most of which are rent-free. The village is the home of the casual worker and the workless. In another connection, the authors show some sensitivity to the reality of the situa- tion without recognizing its implications when they state that ". If the authors had done their homework, or woman seeking nsa alamo california in fact they were serious black people.

IV And so we come to the conclusion that what Fuck buddies san bonifacio and Walvin describe as the "success" of Worthy Park is essentially the other side of the coin of the dispossession of black people. As with every other plan- tation it is the labour of black people that built it all and which still maintain these estates to sandra escort southampton day.

The fact that we still maintain these ufn for the pleasure and benefit of white people is easy to establish. The book under review unwittingly provides some of the evidence. Even though we have been producing sugar for well over years, ". What the authors fail to recognize is that Jamaican and West Indian consumers nevertheless have to pay much more for British and Canadian manufactured goods than we would need to pay without our subsidy to sugar.

Shoes from Italy, textiles and cars from Japan, cars from Germany and France, to mention some obvious items. Perhaps even more revealing and no doubt more important is the way in which the black peasant farmer chrisman il housewives personals only provides food for Jamaican consumers but also sub- sidizes the archaic sugar plantation by supplying inputs of sugar cane to the estates at a much lower studfnt than the estates can produce themselves.

We already know this from the Mordecai Report4 but, again, Craton and Walvin unwittingly pro- vide supporting evidence. The burden of providing "guaranteed fair prices" has been borne by the Jamaican consumer who, as we have noted, is forced to buy expensive British manufactures in- stead of cheaper and better quality goods from other countries.

And the six-fold in- crease in sugar production in the post-World War II period has come largely from small farmers supplies of cane to the estate. We are informed that at the present time the estate draws about two-thirds of its cane inputs from small farmers as compared to 29 per cent in In absolute terms, cane farmer supplies to the factory rose from about 11, tons in to 87, in while the estate's own cane production increased loooking modestly from about 30, tons to 45, tons over the same period see p.

What Craton and Walvin fail to recognize is that the profitability of Worthy Park and the poverty of the small cane farmer are two sides of the same coin. The estate's million pound turnover is built on the backs studenr small farmers whose pitiful condition can be observed from the follow- ing: "Prices paid for cane rarely rise jamaicaan above 3 a ton, and yet out of this must come the farmers' contribution to the A.

Worthy Park's 2, farmers produce an annual average of only 28 tons of cane and receive only about f85 in an average year; but the actual situation is even worse. Of Worthy Park's suppliers, some 25 per cent produce 75 per cent of the total cane, jmaican remaining 75 per cent producing a pitiful average of only 11 tons of cane a year, worth maybe The situation seems quite clear to me.

In spite of their greater efficiency in cane production, the cane farmers supplying Worthy Park are unable to secure a decent existence because the estate monopolizes the best land in the area and has forced the small farmer to operate on a minute scale on relatively'infertile and inaccessible areas. And because the cane farmers efficiency is exploited by the estate which, because of its monopoly rather monopsonistic position, is able to capture the surplus generated in processing the low cost cane farmer supplies of raw material.

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V The salutory lesson to be drawn from this extended review is that the survival and success of Worthy Park as a plantation enterprise has been secured at the expense of black people albion mi dating personals the very outset to the present day. Unfortunately, this conclusion does not emerge from the analysis provided by Craton and Walvin.

The reason for this was considered in the opening part of this review. What, then, are the implications of the analysis I have presented here? Several points could be made, especially in relation to the overall possibilities for the future advancement of looking for a friendship woman people in Jamaica and the West Indies as a whole.

But since I have considered these elsewhere,5 I shall restrict my comments here to a few points of more immediate relevance to the present exercise. We need to recognize that the history of Jamaica and the West Jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun needs to be rewritten with a view of illuminating the black experience. Any contribution based Old buildings at the Worthy Park Estate Photo by Errol Harvey on a white-people-centred-view of events only serves to obscure cos escort realities of our situation.

The bookunder review is eloquent testimony to this point. This kind of rewriting is in my view a precondition for initiating meaningful economic and social change. For the only way appropriate policies for such change can be devised is to identify the potential dynamic elements in the existing situation.

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adult chat lines australia Our analysis of the Worthy Park case in alaabma preceding section suggests that in so far as farmers will be required to use the former sugar company lands to produce cane for that company, the ultimate result will be to expand the company's profits at the expense of the farmers. The rather frightening conclusion is that what appears to be a progressive move i.

There is a further consideration.

It is whether we should pay for any of this property which, from what has been revealed here, obviously belongs to foor. Indeed the whole discussion here suggests that black people should be compensated for over three hundred years of exploitation. Span- ish white men stole it from the indigenous Indian. Black men had no choice but to take it from there. But then, the English not only pushed out the black man the maroons mobiile have exploited us until now.

VI The moral of the story is that any serious interpretation of our history must demonstrate that the plantation is a "canker close to the heart of" black people! The reader is referred to R. Mathews eds. See also Lloyd Best, op. Printer, King- ston What is law? Like democracy, it is an easy concept to understand until fkn attempts to define it. Jurists are far from being agreed as to what is a proper and accurate definition of law, as the following jurisprudential notions of this concept will show.

To Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, "Laws are something different from what regulates and expresses the form of the Constitution; it is their office to dirty chat logs the conduct of the Magistrate in the execution of his office, asian escort in atlanta the punishment of offenders.

Thomas Aquinas puts forward this definition: "Law is an ordinance of reason for the common good made by him who has the care of the community, and promulgated. Perhaps the lack of a precise definition is just as well, since homo sapiens, the subject of law, is more interested in and concerned with the application of law, however defined, than with the niceties of jurisprudence or juristic thought.

Having heard from the savants of the law as to what the law isal- though tsudent voices have been discordant ,and being possessed of a general idea as to what law is all about, the. It is of this aspect of lookingg law that I shall now endeavour to give alabams a glimpse in this article. What are the sources of law? In posing this question, one naturally recalls slabama is understood by the terms jus and lex, and the immemorial distinction between the two.

Lex, written yankton sd dating personals, was later in point of time than jus, unwritten law. The corresponding modern terms are enacted law statutes and unenacted law. Before dealing with the system stident law prevailing in Jamaica, which has jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun borrowed fundamentally from the system in England and Wales, and commonly known as the English Legal System, I propose to take a stduent glance at three other systems, which might assist in giving a greater comparative insight into our system.

There was, how- ever, no wholesale "adoption" of Roman Law south luton transexual escorts England. Both these Codes have exercised enormous influence in the 19th and 20th centuries on many other legal systems. The point to note about the French and German systems is that they are free fuck buddies hosmer south dakota on the codification of web chat rooms law.

In the Anglo- American system, which is what we have in Jamaica, there is no codification. Codification, it may be explained, is the reduction of the whole of the law of a country into written law called a Code, and one finds the law in such circumstances by simply consulting the relevant section of the Code. The Code alaba,a really one gigantic statute. The three sources of our law are:- a Statutes, b Common Law, and c Equity. Another name sacramento free phone chat lines a statute is an Act of Parliament.

An Ofr of Parliament is the result of the passing of a Bill through both the House of Representatives and the Senate, the particular Bill being carried through five stages in each legislative Chamber, viz. It is interesting to note how a Public Bill the most usual type commences. The commencing words are:- "Be it Enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, jamaicna and with the advice and consent of the Senate mobilf House of Representatives ofJamaica, and by the authority of the same as follows.

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It will thus be seen that as regards financial legislation, the House of Representatives is supreme. Again, if a Bill other than a Money Bill is passed by the House, the Senate has merely a suspensive veto of a few months before the Bill is passed into. Law, if the Senate refuses to pass it. The House of Representatives is, of course, the elected House, whereas the Senate is a nominated body.

Once an Act of Parliament is passed, it is ed by the Governor-General and becomes a part of the law of the land on the date it is promulgated. Whilst Statutes constitute an important portion of the Law, the larger part is to be found in the great residual body of law, known as the Common Law, and also in that important addendum to the Common Law known as Equity. Common Law is judge-made law, and consists of decisions which ori- ginated in the charleston women seeking men Common Law Courts in England the Court of King's Bench, the Court of Exchequer, and the Court of Common Pleas and which became precedents in subsequent cases.

A decision of a superior Court absolutely binds a Court of lower jurisdiction. This is called the doctrine of ex girlfriend fuck buddy decisis, and means tnat the principle of law laid down in a case by a superior Court becomes a precedent, binding inferior courts subsequently where the material facts are similar.

This doctrine of binding precedents has built up a vast reservoir of law Common Law and Equity -which is to be found in the Law Reports. The Common Law can be made to meet new circumstances from time to time, by means of the device of "distinguishing". In no two cases are the facts identical, so that the Judge can often "distinguish" one case jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun another.

This device is a scientific one and per- haps constitutes the most scientific aspect of the Law, since it enables the Judge to, as it were, make new law. It has been said that Habeas Corpus is the most famous product of the Common Law, as it ensures the basic liberty of freedom from unlawful imprisonment. It is a procedure whereby the Supreme Court can inquire whether any person who is detained either in prison or other official custody, or in private custody, is detained lawfully, and if the detention is not justified by law, that person will be released by order of the Court.

Equity is that body of the law which was built up in Eng- land in the Court of Chancery, in mitigation of certain rules and principles of the Common Law which had become too rigid or harsh or unfair for the attainment of justice. Formerly, cases of Common Law and of Equity were tried in different Courts, before different Judges, and in different jurisdictions, but since the prostitutes tampa fl of the Judicature Act in England inthe administration of Common Law and Equity has been fused, and both types of cases are now heard by one Court The High Court which for convenience is divided into Divisions, as shown above.

All Courts in England since apply both Common Law rules and. In Jamaica, the fusion of the administration of law and equity is the same as it is in England, but the Supreme Court in Jamaica which corresponds to the High Court in England does not operate in Divisions, as is the case in England. From what has been said, it is understandable that the Law Reports of any country whose system of law is based on the Common Law, such as England, the U.

I turn now to the two broad of the loking - Criminal Law and Civil Law. Crime, like Law, is difficult to define. The best one can do is to say that Criminal Law is concerned with offences, whether of commission or omission, and the test of distinguishing criminal procedure and civil procedure is punishment as distinct from compensation. How- ever, many criminal acts are civil wrongs, e. Civil Law is concerned with that category of law which is not criminal.

This negative statement is not very helpful, but a useful way to obtain an looknig of what is a crime, is to ask oneself: what procedure will the Court adopt in dealing with the case, and who are the parties in the case? An illustration will make clear the difference between criminal procedure and civil procedure based on one and the same wrongful act. Assume that Stokes having heard that Brown has been slandering him, meets Brown on the street and gives him a keel-hauling. A policeman on beat duty comes to the rescue of Brown and arrests Stokes.

The arrest is the first step in the prosecution of Stokes, who will subsequently be brought before the Court charged with assault at Sstudent Law. The stucent in this litigation will be the Crown, as prosecutor, and Stokes, as jamaifan. This foe be a criminal case, ending in the punishment of Stokes by fine, imprisonment, or, if he sturent lucky, american girl for free his being bound over to be of good behaviour in the future.

If Brown desires material satisfaction, he can himself bring an action for assault against Stokes. This will be a civil case, ending in the recovery of damages or compensation by Brown against Stokes. It can thus be seen that criminal procedure and civil procedure are entirely different. In Jamaica, the same Court has jurisdiction in both criminal and civil cases. There are also Juvenile Courts and Coroners' Albama. One may file a petition for divorce or in bankruptcy, or an action in tort, or for breach of contract, or for recovery of possession of land, or for a Declaration.

Two of the commonest civil actions in Jamaica are actions in negligence and in trespass to land. A Court of Petty Sessions is presided over by two or more Justices of alaabma Peace, although one Justice of the Peace can, with the consent rochester mn escort service a defendant, preside, Petty Sessional Courts try minor criminal cases, usually brought at the instance of private individuals.

Justices of ridgecrest phone sex bbw personal Peace are alaabama invar- iably lay persons men and women who perform their judicial functions gratuitously. There black escort darwin been criticism here, free nsa near council bluffs iowa in England, that they should be replaced men looking for women in sydney paid Magistrates, but Justices of the Peace.

They assist the Resident Magistrate tremendously in his work. The Juvenile Courts deal with delinquencies of young per- sons up to 17 years. These Courts are presided over by a Resident Magistrate in these days usually a married women personals southaven mississippiand one or two Justices of the Peace. The administration of criminal justice in the Resident Magistrates' Courts is summary, i.

Many important criminal cases are tried in these Courts on indictment, but the sentences are lighter than in the Circuit Courts. The more serious criminal cases, however, are tried in the Circuit Courts, which are a segment of the Supreme Court with a jury of seven, except in a murder case, where the jury must be twelve. Juries have been criticised from time to time. Trial by jury has been called, in England, "the bulwark of our liberties, but in many countries that are clearly democratic, as, for example, Israel, there are no juries.

Even mobipe England, juries in alabzma cases have almost disappeared, and in Jamaica the same has become true sinceexcept in cases involving fraud, slander, libel, false imprisonment, seduction or breach of promise of marriage. With the abolition of juries alabamma civil cases, a judge alone tries the case. It might be of interest to hear the views of a great American Judge and Jurist, Jerome Frank, who said: "It is inconceivable that a body of twelve ordinary men, casually gathered together for a few days, could, merely from listening to the carrollton escort package of the judge, gain the knowledge studeng to grasp the true import of the judge's words, since these words have acquired their meaning often as the result of hundreds of years of professional disputation in the law courts.

Inevitably, then, the jury cannot be equal to the task imposed upon them. At best, they bunglingly discharge their duty. During the interim between conviction and the hearing of his appeal, the prisoner is kept in custody and is not allowed bail except in special circumstances. This means that if his appeal is successful, the Appellant would have spent six to twelve months in prison for which he obtains no compensa- tion whatever.

If his appeal is dismissed, his sentence usually begins, not from the time of his conviction, but moble the time of the dismissal of his appeal, thus adding anything from six to twelve jamie saint charles escort to his original term of imprisonment. It need hardly be said that in both instances the person who is con- victed in a Circuit Court obtains less than justice.

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This happened in a notorious case several years ago in Montego Bay, and the trial judge so far forgot his judicial functions, that in dismissing the accused, he roundly abused the jury, calling them: "dishonest", "fools", and "imbeciles". This of course, was outrageous behaviour on the part of the Judge, and could have had serious consequences for him if Jamaica had been then an independent nation, instead of a Colony where the Secretary of State for the Colonies was the be-all and end-all in so far as pleasanton sex personals appointments and dismissals were concerned.

As a foot-note escort massage in albany the case just mentioned, it should be stated that the jury appears to have had strong moral reasons for acquitting the accused. An accused person has usually a much easier time in a Jamaican mobile alabama student looking for fun Magistrate's Court, if he is convicted. He usually obtains bail if he gives notice of appeal, and is thus in a far more fortunate position than his counterpart in the Circuit Court after a conviction.

Understandably, many accused persons pre- fer to be tried in a Resident Magistrate's Court, if that Court has jurisdiction to try the case. Resident Magistrates have four criminal jurisdictions, viz. In addition, the Resident Magistrate has a jurisdiction in civil cases, as already indicated, which jurisdiction roughly cor- responds to the jurisdiction of the County Courts beautiful older ladies wants sex personals covington England.

It is thus easy to understand why the bulk of cases in Jamaica are tried in Resident Magistrates' Courts. It might be of interest to state the types of cases in which a Resident Magistrate has jurisdiction to try cases. They are breaches of: a The Offences against the Person Law.

And now a word on Legal Aid. Legal Aid in Jamaica is small and unsatisfactory.

It is provided by two Statutes. In matrimonial cases, the Legal Clerk in the Supreme Court Registry provides free representation for im- pecunious persons. As will be observed, the Poor Prisoners' Defence Law pro- vides legal aid in certain criminal cases. The Poor Persons Legal Aid Proceedings Law provides legal aid for poor persons in civil cases brought in the Supreme Court, but such aid is practically a dead letter, since, in order to qualify for assistance, the person must be almost completely a pauper.

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