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"TITLE TO LAND BY ADVERSE OF POSSESSION"
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
APPLICATION NO. 10 of 2009
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT CHAP. 56:02
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF JOSEPH
LAWRENCE TO BRING THAT PARCEL OF LAND SITU-
ATE AT NO12D NORTH COAST ROAD, MARACAS IN
THE WARD OF ST. ANNS IN THE ISLAND OF TRINIDAD
COMPRISING ZERO POINT EIGHT ZERO NINE ONE
(0.8091) HECTARES UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE
REAL PROPERTY ACT, CHAPTER, 546:02
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application has been
made by JOSEPH LAWRENCE to have the parcel of land
described in the Schedule hereunder brought under the pro-
visions of the Real Property Act and that a Judge of the High
Court dealing with the said application has ordered that
Notice of this application be advertised one per week for
four (4) consecutive weeks in at least two daily newspapers
in general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago and that if no
caveat be lodged within three (3) months of the date of the
first of such advertisements, the Registrar General may
bring the said parcel of land under the provisions of the
Real Property Act.
THE SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO
ALL AND SINGULAR that piece or parcel of land situate in
the Ward of St. Ann's in the County of St George, in the
Island of Trinidad, known as No.12D North Coast Road,
Maracas, comprising zero point eight zero nine one
(0.8091) hectares and bounded on the North, South and
West by Soconusco Estate and by the North Coast Road
Maracas and on the East by the Soconusco Estate.
Dated this ....... Day of .................. 2014
6.1000 6.2435 6.3933
5.2043 5.4782 5.7795
9.2588 9.7461 10.2724
7.2724 7.6552 8.0762
****** 0.0516 0.0547
2.1051 2.2881 2.4483
* 2.5600 ****** 3.2610
for DECEMBER 8TH, 2014
Given the current financial crisis over falling oil
and natural gas prices, Government Ministries have
reduced foreign travel expenses, slashed performance
bonuses and reduced spending for social functions.
So said Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal as
he responded to questions about cuts in expenditure
mandated by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar
and Finance Minister Larry Howai.
He also said the cutback in expenditure could also
affect major infrastructural projects, including the
completion of the Brian Lara Stadium, Tarouba, one
of the legacy projects of the People s National Move-
Asked whether any other mega-projects will be
put on hold, Moonilal said that would be decided
after consultation with Howai and other members
"The Minister of Finance is looking at the overall
financial picture and expenditure policy but the various
ministries will be cautious in expenditure, given the
prices of global commodities," Moonilal said.
He noted, however, that projects being done by
the Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott),
Estate Management Business Development Company
(EMBD) and Housing Development Corporation
(HDC), would go on.
"We don t foresee any of the major projects in the
health, education and housing sectors being stopped.
There are some expenditure points we may have to
look at in terms of getting external support
but we will have to take a cautious approach
in the coming months. We are now in the
process of reviewing projects and the expen-
diture strategies at this time," he added.
Pressed as to which projects might be
affected, Moonilal said government could
have to relook at its financing for repairs to
the stadium. He noted that even though
$1.2 billion had already been spent on the
stadium, a further $200 million was still
needed to complete repairs.
"We did all technical work of assessment
and it requires $189 million to complete that
job so we have to source the funds."
Planning Minister Dr Bhoe Tewarie also
said government was reluctant to stop mega
projects as that would have an impact on
He added: "The one thing you don t want
to do is curb development programmes
which will slow the economy. We don t
want to interfere with momentum of devel-
opment because we had growth in the last
two years and we anticipate growth this
"The balance has to be struck between
keeping the development agenda going so
that we can have the momentum of growth
and continue investor confidence while at
the same time cutting expenditure where
He noted that discussions were ongoing
with Ministry of Finance to decide which
projects would continue.
Falling oil prices so...
Cutback in foreign travel
• Reduce foreign travel.
• Slash performance bonuses.
• Reduce expenses for social functions.
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