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is hereby given that by the order of RBC
Financial (Caribbean) Limited of No. 7-9 St. Clair Avenue
in the City of Port-of-Spain and in exercise of the Power of
Sale conferred on mortgages by the Conveyancing and Law
of Property Act Ch. 56:01 and contained in Deed of
Mortgage dated 14th June, 2010 registered as No.
DE201001623348D001 made between
there will be put up for sale by Public
Auction by the undersigned at the Auction Mart at L.P. No.
161 Eastern Main Road, Petit Bourg, San Juan between the
hours of 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
THE SCHEDULE HEREIN REFERRED TO:
ALL AND SlNGULAR that piece or parcel of land situ-
ate at Savonetta in the Ward of Couva, in the Island of
Trinidad comprising ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED
AND SEVENTY-NINE POINT EIGHT (1,979.8) SQUARE
METRES and bounded on the North partly by a Drain
Reserve partly by Lot No. 33 partly by Lot No. 34 and part-
ly by an Open Space on the South partly by the said Open
Space partly by Woodguill Boulevard 10.00 metres wide
and partly by another Open Space on the East partly by the
said Open Space and partly by Woodguill Boulevard 10.00
metres wide and on the West partly by the said Drain
Reserve and partly by Lot No. 33 and which said piece or
parcel of land is shown delineated and coloured pink and
numbered "32" in a circle on the General Plan marled "A"
annexed to Deed registered as No. DE200400889778D001
and on the portion plan marked "B" annexed to Deed of
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Dated this 20th day of September, 2014
/s/ Peter Soon
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd
Can we build a cul-
ture of excellence
around character and
integrity? Is a peaceful
the quest for excellence
and old-fashioned val-
ues such as integrity
and moral development
A literature review on
the topic of sport
integrity and ethics may
be time consuming but
it s certainly thought
provoking and informative.
There is tension in sport. It s a sign of the times.
The expectation that every problem will be solved
easily is unrealistic.
Sport leaders, managers and administrators have
to be fearless. The same can be said for athletes
and coaches. Sport in the modern era is not like
it was in the old days. No assumptions can be
made in the face of the reality that we live in a
different period of human existence.
Nothing can be taken for granted or at face
At all levels of society there is need for a greater
level of integrity. Legislating for integrity helps
the process. Having an Integrity Commission,
public naming and shaming may act as a deterrent.
But as we have seen over time once people are
determined to steal, cheat, or act without integrity,
no legislation will stop them.
There is the hypothesis that because professional
sport has a focus on entertainment and profit,
ethical and integrity considerations differ from
those in amateur sport.
A quote ascribed to Cox et al 2008 suggests
that as a social and political space, sport can be
both inimical and favourable to the development
of integrity, sometimes both at once.
A variety of statements can be found such as:
"Integrity is the integration of outward actions
and inner values. A person with integrity does
what they say they will do in accordance with
their values, beliefs and principles. A person of
integrity can be trusted because he or she never
veers from inner values, even when it might be
expeditious to do so. A key to integrity, therefore,
is consistency of actions that are viewed as honest
and truthful to inner values."
"A sport that displays integrity can often be
recognised as honest and genuine in its dealings,
championing good sportsmanship, providing safe,
fair and inclusive environments for all involved."
"A sport that generally displays integrity has a
level of community confidence, trust and support
"Integrity in sport can lead to increased par-
ticipation---loyalty of members and the attraction
of new members and financial viability through
membership, attraction of sponsors and funding
grants who want to be associated with a healthy,
"The integrity of a sport will be judged by its
participants, spectators, sponsors, the general
public and more often than not, the media."
"The survival of a sport therefore relies on
ensuring that the sport remains true to its values,
principles and rules."
"The sport culture or the way we do things
around here is the brand that presents itself to
Sporting organisations that recognise the para-
mount importance of maintaining their integrity
will demonstrate energy, commitment and effort
in developing systems to ensure their sport is one
that all members are proud to participate in and
All the above statements accredited to various
academics and researchers were found in a liter-
ature review on integrity and ethics in sport.
They are relevant to local sport leaders, coaches,
managers, athletes and administrators desirous of
building sustainable sport organisations and
Integrity does not carry the same meaning or
weight for everyone. The sustainable development
of sport will not happen without a strategy to
foster integrity in sport.
Brian Lewis is the president of the T&T
Olympic Committee. The views expressed
are not necessarily those of the Olympic
Integrity in sport:
Possible or not?
THINGS THAT MATTER
"A sport that displays
integrity can often be
recognised as honest and
genuine in its dealings,
safe, fair and inclusive
environments for all involved."
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