Banking Law


Skilled and Experienced Litigators in the Commercial Arena

commercial/banking law


Are you in foreclosure proceedings? Or is the bank about to foreclose? Let us guide you through this. Solutions are possible.

Real Estate & Banking

Buying or selling real estate and in contact with the bank. Let us offer you independent advice on the way forward.

Customer Disputes & Complaints

From simple to complex. Whatever your complaint or dispute, let us advice and assist.

Business Proposals

Planning the start of a business or project and need to ensure that you cover all the legal issues in your proposals for the bank? Let us help.


Let us provide you with all legal advice and skilled negotiators for all your business ventures.

Compliance Issues

Today's world is characterized by tons on money laundering regulations. Do you or your business require advice on regulation compliance?

About the Firm

The Law Offices of Ramdhani and Associates began its practice in Guyana in 1999. Apart from being known for vibrant successful practice in Capital Cases at the Criminal Bar, the Law Offices was also specially retained by Government to handle high profile civil litigation and prosecutions.

The Grenada Office is currently headed by Mr Darshan Ramdhani and Ms Sabrita Khan-Ramdhani who both enjoy considerable experience as litigators at both the private and public bars. Ms Khan-Ramdhani is also a Notary Public. Mr Ramdhani has last recently held the post of Solicitor General of Grenada.

The Firm’s Consultant is Seenath Jairam S.C. of the Trinidad and Tobago Bar, who was an Acting High Court Judge in 1997, and is now a member of the Law Reform Commission for the last 14 years. He is also President of the T&T Bar.

Former Guyana Magistrate, Haymant Kumar Ramdhani has returned to private practice and now heads the Guyana Offices of Ramdhani and Associates.

Firm Partners

darshan ramdhani

On the invitation of the OECS Supreme Court, Darshan Ramdhani has served as a High Court Judge on a number of acting stints over the last four years. Mr. Ramdhani did a 10 months stint in St. Kitts as the Resident Judge. He also spent over 10 months in St. Lucia primarily as a Judge in the Criminal Jurisdiction. Mr. Ramdhani also sat in the British Virgin Islands, Antigua and Anguilla. Over these various periods, Mr. Ramdhani wrote over 50 decisions, most of which are posted on the Court’s website


Sabrita Khan-Ramdhani LLB has over 20 years experience as a lawyer. She is admitted to the Bars of Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago and Grenada. Ms Khan-Ramdhani worked with Government in Guyana as Crown Counsel, then moved to private practice there engaging in all aspects of civil law. She also did considerable criminal work including murder trials in the High Court of Guyana as Defence Counsel.