Lawyer suing Sandals Barbados


A three-year-old storm that brewed between Sandals Barbados and some people accustomed to walking their dogs on Maxwell Beach is in the air again.

And Lalu Hanuman, one of the original parties, is asking a High Court not only to find that the hotel’s then general manager defamed him in another section of the media but to declare that the public has the right to walk on the part of the beach controlled by the hotel.

The matter stemmed from a 2018 run-in Hanuman, who lives in Dover, Christ Church, had with the hotel’s security guards, one of whom he said was armed with a baton, as he was walking his three dogs on the beach.

Back then, he said management of the hotel had been preventing those who usually walk their dogs on the Christ Church beach from doing so, in what he called an attempt to restrict public access to the stretch. — Nation News

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  1. I like dogs. It is some of you dogs owners. I do not like at all.You would walk your dogs and do not pick up after them.I had that problem on my property.It stopped after I spoke with that guilty dog owner.I did tell her.I have the evidence to prove it is her dog.I had my camera footage to show her.If she denied it.

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