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According to a copy obtained by the Samoa Observer, the Land and Titles Court Judges’ objection was based on a legitimate concern.
“The main reason the Judges did not take part was because of our concern that members of the public would eventually criticise the decisions by the Land and Titles Court Judges, which was clearly reflected in the report,” a translation of the response reads.
“When you have tough days, remember to ask God for help and the strength to carry on.
“This year is a year of blessing for all of us.” For Chief Justice Patu, he used the opportunity to acknowledge the government, especially Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi for funding the video links that are inside Supreme Courts 1 and 2.
“We will be able to see the witness giving evidence or testifying while the trial is on at the same time.” He also urged the government to install video links inside the Land and Titles Court.
Those in attendance included the Chief Justice, His Honour Patu Tiava’asue Falefatu Sapolu, Cabinet Ministers and heads of government organizations. He reminded all the staff and Judges that honesty and hard work go a long way.
“This is the beginning of a new year and therefore we must have new attitudes and new mindsets on how to conduct our work,” he said.
“In terms of Court procedures, if a party is not satisfied with a ruling by the Land and Titles Court, they can appeal a decision in accordance with the law,” the response says.
“If a party is still not satisfied with the outcome, the Judicial Review of the Supreme Court provides another opportunity.