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N.S. Ratiram & Co.
14 Dundonald Street,
The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
In the High Court of Justice
Claim No. CV2014-00418
Renovators & Designs Limited
To: Renovators & Designs Limited
No. 2 Munroe Road
And To: Deryck Greaves
No. 2 Munroe Road
Take Notice that Sonny Francois, the
Claimant, of No. 53 Fieldwood Drive,
Scarborough, Ontario, MlV 3G3
Canada, has commenced an action
against the First and Second
Defendants in the High Court of
Justice of Tobago, in which the
Claimant claims the sum of
$435,870.61 for General Damages
for loss, damage and expense
caused to the Claimant and arising
out of the breach of a contract dated
14th October, 2009 made between
the Claimant and the First
Defendant and/or the Second
Defendant on the14th October,
2009, together with interest, costs
and such other relief as the Court
may deem just and expedient.
And Further Take Notice that it has
been ordered by an Order of the
Honourable Mr. Justice Aboud dated
6th June, 2014, that service on you
of the Claim Form and Statement of
Case filed herein on the 4th
February, 2014, be effected by
advertisement once per week for
two consecutive weeks in a daily
newspaper in general circulation in
the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
If you desire to defend this action,
you must within (14) days from the
date of the last publication of this
advertisement, inclusive of the date
of such publication, enter an appear-
ance at the Registry of the Supreme
Court of Judicature, Hall of Justice,
Bacolet Street, Tobago. In default of
such an appearance, judgment may
be given or order made against or in
relation to you as the Court may
deem just and expedient.
Assistant Registrar, Supreme Court
Note: If you desire to obtain a copy
of the Claim Form and Statement of
Case issued in this action, and the
Order of the Honourable Mr. Justice
Aboud you may request same at the
offices of Messrs. N.S. Ratiram &
Co., No. 14 Dundonald Street, Port-
of Spain, Attorneys-at-Law for the
Better be ready
Are you ready for ahurricane?
HURRICANE SAFETY TIPS
Source: The T&T Red Cross Society
Before a hurricane:
The hurricane season lasts from June through
November, with August and September being
the peak months.
Know the location of the nearest emergency
shelter in your area.
Trim the trees in your yard, especially those
near your home, so limbs won't fly around
during a storm.
If you have hurricane shutters, inspect them
now and repair damaged ones. Know how to
install them, and if you will be boarding up
your windows, have the wood and tools ready.
Know the location of the main electrical
breaker and the gas and water valves in your
home. Have a clear path to easily access them
to shut them off when a hurricane approach-
Make a list of the items in and around your
yard to bring in or tie down when a tropical
storm or hurricane approaches. For example:
TV antenna, plants, garbage cans and yard fur-
Check your insurance policy for coverage on
wind and flood damage, especially if you''re in
a low-lying area.
Keep a portable radio, flashlight (both with
extra batteries), emergency supplies, first aid
kit, canned food and bottled water on hand
throughout the hurricane season.
Keep yourself updated as to the weather con-
ditions and the possibilities of severe weather.
Have your emergency numbers at hand and in
a convenient location.
Designate an interior room with no windows
or external doors as a "Safe Room." Work
with your local professionals in the design of
Discuss the types of potential hazards with
your family and know your community's and
Determine escape routes and places to meet if
Have an out-of-the-area-friend as a family
contact so all have a single point of contact
and someone knows where you are.
Make a plan for your pets if you need to evac-
Take First Aid and CPR classes. Your Red Cross
can help you.
Stay away from windows and stay inside if you
are not told to evacuate.
Beware that the centre of a hurricane, or the
eye, can be very calm and deceptive. When
the eye passes, the storm is not over. Stay
inside because the fury of the winds will
return, this time from the opposite direction.
Remain in your safe location until the storm
has passed completely and the all clear has
During a hurricane:
A HURRICANE WATCH is given when the hurri-
cane is possible within 36 hours.
When a hurricane watch is issued, you should
monitor news reports closely for more infor-
Continue your preparation activities and be
prepared to evacuate immediately when
instructed to do so.
When a hurricane is 24 hours away, a HURRI-
CANE WARNING is issued. Hurricane landfall is
When a hurricane warning is issued, you
should board up your windows and doors,
bring in loose items from outside, shut off
electrical, gas and water hook-ups and seek
Contact the Red Cross: Headquarters - 627-8215/8128, Northern branch - 627-8214, Southern branch - 652-2024, Tobago branch - 639-2781
As we brace for the unpredictability
of the hurricane season, it is impor-
tant to be prepared. Here are some
simple steps to help protect your
family from a storm or hurricane.
T&T Red Cross Society
Anand Pascal, pres-
ident, Guardian Life of
the Caribbean Ltd, has
appointment of Peter
Jackson to the position
of senior sales consult-
Jackson has 25 years
experience in the local
insurance and financial
services sector. He
copped the T&T Asso-
Guardian Group's Peter Jackson now a senior sales consultant
ciation of Insurance and
Financial Advisers (TTAIFA) Mega Produc-
er Award on several occasions as well as sev-
eral Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT)
accolades, including Life Member, Court of the
Table and Top of the Table, read a statement
from Guardian Life.
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