Last Updated: Wednesday 3rd January, 2023
In the realm of property law, the concept of a life interest is a critical element that can significantly affect the ownership and transfer of assets. A life interest in property grants an individual the right to use, occupy, and enjoy a specified property for the duration of their life. But what is the impact of this legal arrangement? In this article, we will delve into what having a life interest in property entails and explore its implications.
Last Updated: Tuesday 12th December, 2023
Defamation is a legal term that refers to the act of making false statements or spreading false information about an individual or entity that harms their reputation. Grounded in common law principles, Trinidad and Tobago's defamation laws operate within the civil framework, providing recourse for those subjected to unwarranted harm. The laws are designed to safeguard individuals from unjust harm to their character or standing. Here, we delve into what constitutes defamation and the legal actions one can take if subjected to defamatory statements.