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Nature of Case: Breach of Contract - Sale of Goods
Instructing Attorney: Chantal Paul
91B Harris Promenade, San Fernando
Advocate Attorney Stacy Ann Ramkhelawan
33 Bhagwansingh Trace, Gasparillo
The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
In the High Court of Justice
Claim No. CV No. 2014-01615
ELITE WORLD CONTRACTING LIMITED
KIRAN LELADARSINGH T/A SKNA TRADING CO
TAKE NOTICE that the Claimant brought a High Court action against you by filing a
Statement of Case and Claim Form and thereafter an Amended Claim Form and
Amended Statement of Case for, inter alia, the return of the sum of $285,865.05; (ii)
Damages for loss of profits in the sum of $350,000.00; (iii) Further or alternatively,
damages for non delivery of equipments; (iv) Interest and (v) Costs.
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that on October 27th, 2014, the Honourable Justice
Boodoosingh ordered, amongst other things, that the date for service of the Amended
Claim Form and Amended Statement of Case be extended until December 31st, 2014,
that personal service be dispensed with and that service of the amended Claim Form
and amended Statement of Case be effected by placing an advertisement in one daily
newspaper of nationwide circulation once per week for two (2) consecutive weeks.
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that you should enter an appearance within 14 days
from the date of the last advertisement failing which the Claimant may apply for default
judgement against you.
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that copies of the Amended Claim Form and Amended
Statement of Case can be obtained at the Supreme Court - San Fernando or at the
office at the Claimant's Attorneys between the hours 8.00 a.m to 4.00 p.m.
Dated this 27th day of November, 2014
Central Bank of
Trinidad & Tobago
West Indies captain Denesh
Ramdin is calling on the makers
of cricket helmets to improve on
their product, in light of the death
of Australian batsman Phillip
Hughes, who was felled by a
bouncer from Sean Abbott.
Ramdin made the comments as
the West Indies left the Caribbean
yesterday for South Africa to engage
that country in a three-Test series.
Ramdin said: "The helmets that
we have needsto be improved because
when you get a lash on it, you really
feel the pain. It is basically just a piece
of fibreglass and this is not adequate
There is no international bench-
mark for standards on helmets and
the International Cricket Council
(ICC) had put a committee in place
to look at this in 2013.
Now with the death of hughes,
they were likely to fastrack this
process, so that helmet manufacturers
will have to make a specific grade in
order to be used on the market.
Meanwhile, Ramdin said that his
team will be looking to give South
Africa a run for their money.
"This team is very tough but we
have good players on our team and
we are going to give them a run. We
just need to keep focus and do the
right things consistently and we will
get the results we want," he said.
"The senior players including
myself have to lead from the front
and the younger players have to take
The West Indies open their tour
with a warm-up match against a
South African Invitational XI at
Benoni on December 10 and this will
be followed by the first Test, to be
played at Centurion on December 17.
They then play the Boxing Day
Test match at Port Elizabeth on
December 26 and the final game starts
on January 2 at Capetown.
After this three T20s and five ODIs
will be played before the team returns
home for the short break, ahead of
the World Cup in New Zealand and
Australia in February.
ST JOHN'S---Combined Cam-
puses and Colleges will make
their return to regional compe-
tition in the NAGICO Super50
Championship which bowls off
The students, an integral part of
regional competition in recent years,
were dumped from the newly
revamped first class competition
recently but will now join the West
Indies Under-19s in the eight-team
one-day tournament which runs
from January 15-25 in Port-of-
CCC have been installed in Group
A alongside title-holders Barbados
Pride, Guyana Jaguars and Wind-
ward Islands Volcanoes.
Meanwhile, the Under-19s will
do battle in Group B with Jamaica
Franchise, Leeward Islands Hurri-
canes and Trinidad and Tobago Red
The tournament is being used by
the Windies Under-19s as part of
a long-term build-up for the next
ICC Under-19 World Cup in 2016.
The preliminary competition will
be played on a non-elimination for-
mat with each side playing the oth-
ers in their group once. Two match-
es will be contested each day.
Queen s Park Oval will be among
three venues utilized with the
National Cricket Centre in central
Trinidad and Shaw Park in Tobago,
also hosting matches.
The top two teams from each
group advance to the semi-finals
at the Oval, where the group win-
ners play the runners-up from the
opposite group in a one-off match
for a place in the final.
Barbados will open the defence
of their title against CCC, who are
based at the UWI Cave Hill Campus
in Barbados. CMC
Ramdin calls for better helmets
as Windies leave for SA
CCC, Under-19s to contest regional one-day championship
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