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N.S. RATIRAM & CO.
Attorneys at Law
14 Dundonald Street,
Port of Spain
THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
In the High Court of Justice
Claim No. CV2014-00765
TERRENCE DE VERTEUIL
EXCLUSIVE CAR RENTALS LIMITEDFirst Defendant
BEVORN KING Second Defendant
BANKERS INSURANCE COMPANY OF
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO LIMITED Co-Defendant
TO: BEVORN KING
No. 7 Western Main Road
TAKE NOTICE that Terrence De Verteuil the Claimant, of No. 19
Reyes Road, La Pastora, Upper Santa Cruz in the Island of Trinidad,
has commenced an action against the First and Second Defendants
in the High Court of Justice of Trinidad and Tobago, in which the
Claimant claims the sum of $36,907.46 for consequential loss and
damage suffered by the Claimant as a result of the negligence of the
Second Defendant, the servant and/or agent of the First Defendant in
the driving and/or management and/or control of motor vehicle regis-
tration number PBU 276 along Western Main Road, Cocorite, in the
vicinity of Cocorite Terrace on or about the 8th day of December,
2010, 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 R. Mohammed dated 16th July, 2014,
that service on you of the Claim Form and Statement of Case filed
herein on the 6th March, 2014, be effected by advertisement once per
week for two consecutive weeks in a daily newspaper in general cir-
culation 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 appearance at the Registry of the
Supreme Court of Judicature, Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of
Spain. 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
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 R. Mohammed 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 Claimant.
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MADRID---Conclusive tests show a Span-
ish nursing assistant infected with Ebola
is cured of the virus, doctors said yesterday,
signalling a huge step forward in her 15-
day battle for survival.
Four blood tests over the past four days
indicated Teresa Romero s system had elim-
inated the virus, said Dr Jose Ramon Arribas
of Madrid s Carlos III hospital.
He added that Romeo will no longer have
to be kept in isolation but will be closely
monitored for after effects of the virus.
The nursing assistant could remain hos-
pitalised for about two more weeks.
Romero, 44, tested positive October 6.
She received plasma from a recovered Ebola
patient, but health authorities have disclosed
no more treatment details.
"She s recovering well, her spirits are
high," Mesa told reporters. "She s not wear-
ing an oxygen mask anymore. She s eating.
The recovery is going great."
Romero was the first known person to
contract the disease outside of West Africa
in the latest outbreak. She had treated two
Spanish missionaries who died of Ebola at
the hospital in August and September after
they were flown back from West Africa.
Romero told doctors she remembered
touching a glove to her face after leaving
the hospital room of missionary Miguel
Pajares, who died September 25. But Mesa
recently said Romero does not remember
Romero still doesn t know that Spanish
health authorities approved the killing of
the couple s mixed breed dog named Excal-
ibur on October 8 instead of isolating the
pet. Nor is she aware of the global interest
in her case, Mesa said.
Romero s husband and 14 other people
who came into contact with her when she
felt feverish after treating Pajares are hos-
pitalised under observation. None have
shown Ebola symptoms. (AP)
UNITED NATIONS---The United Nations secretary-
general is welcoming the cash and promises from
countries in response to last week s news that a
UN trust fund for Ebola had only US$100,000 in
A statement by the spokesman for Ban Ki-moon
yesterday thanks Australia, which has deposited
US$8.7 million. It also thanks Colombia, which gave
the original US$100,000, and Venezuela for its signed
commitment of US$5 million.
The fund was created as a flexible way to address
immediate unfunded needs in the outbreak, which
has killed more than 4,500 people, most of them in
West Africa. (AP)
Spanish woman free of Ebola, final tests show UN has praise as money
starts to flow in for Ebola
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