The legislation passed in Jamaica, for the purpose of substituting the Caribbean Court of Justice for the Privy Council as its final court of appeal, had the effect of undermining the protection given to the Jamaican people by entrenched provisions of the Constitution of Jamaica Ch.VII and was therefore void.

[2005] UKPC 3

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