Attorney General wants to be removed from Bunting's contempt of court suit
The Attorney General has filed an application seeking to be removed from a lawsuit against National Security Minister, Peter Bunting.
The Attorney General is named as a defendant in the suit brought by Curaçoan Shureny Quant who has applied to have contempt of court charges brought against Bunting.
Quant, who is being represented by Attorneys-at-Law Carolyn Reid-Cameron and Chukwuemeka Cameron, is claiming that the national security minister breached a Supreme Court order which barred his deportation.
The lawyers for Bunting have filed an application asking the court to strike out the suit.
Quant’s lawyers are objecting to that application.
All three application were set to he heard before the Supreme Court yesterday but were rescheduled to October.
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