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SALE BY MORTGAGEE
Offers are invited for the purchase of the
2004 Hyundai Terracan -
Stored at Stanley's Car Sales #34
Sieudass Street, El Socorro.
665-4125 ext. 4616/4617
SEND SEALED BIDS TO:
The Manager (Property Sale)
Commercial Workout Unit
Market Street Complex
#4 Market Street
Bids must follow the guidelines herein
given to ensure they are duly considered.
Bids, in a sealed envelope, must be
received by 3.00 pm on
February 10th, 2015.
Late bids will not be considered
The Mortgagee does not bind itself to
accept the highest or any offer.
The vehicle will be sold "as is/where is."
Unsuitable bids will not be acknowledged.
Trinidad and Tobago
Notice of Sale for FRIDAY THE 6TH DAY OF
FEBRUARY, 2015 of a leasehold property compris-
ing Nine Point Eight NINE EIGHT ZERO
HECTARES (9-8980 ha) situate at Lagoon Cove,
Bon Accord Integrated Development, Bon Accord,
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that by Order of
IMPODREAM LIMITED and in exercise of the
Power of Sale conferred upon Mortgagees by the
Conveyancing and Law of Property Act Chapter
56:01 and contained or implied in a certain
Debenture dated the 10th day of January, 2008
registered on the 25th January, 2008 as No.
DE2008 002120 45DO01 given under seal by
LAGOON COVE LIMITED TO FIRST CITIZENS
BANK LIMITED and a certain Deed of Mortgage
dated the 10th day of January, 2008 and registered
on the 25th day of January, 2008 as No. DE2008
002121 66DO01 and made between LAGOON
COVE LIMITED of the One Part and FIRST
CITIZENS BANK LIMITED of the Other Part which
said Debenture and said Deed of Mortgage were
transferred and assigned by a certain Deed of
Transfer dated 19th day of September, 2014 and
registered on 8th day of October, 2014 as No.
DE2014 022756 89DO01 and made between FIRST
CITIZENS BANK LIMITED of the One Part and
IMPODREAM LIMITED of the Other part, there will
be put up for sale by Public Auction by the under-
signed at his Auction Mart at Nos. 129-131
Abercromby Street, Port-of-Spain, on Friday 6th of
February, 2015 between the hours of 1.00 pm.
and 2.00 pm.
ALL AND SINGULAR that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in the Parish of St Patrick in the Island
of Tobago comprising NINE POINT EIGHT NINE
EIGHT ZERO HECTARES (9.8980 ha) (being por-
tion of the lands comprising One Hundred and
Twelve Point Three Seven Seven One Hectares or
Two Hundred and Seventy-Seven Acres Two Roods
and Twenty-Nine Perches more or less described in
Deed registered as No. 17195 of 1990) and bound-
ed on the North by a Road Reserve 50.0 metres
wide on the South by James Street 10.0 metres
wide on the East by Bon Accord Estate Road and
the West by a Drain Reserve which said piece or
parcel of land is delineated and shown coloured pink
on the plan marked "X" annexed to the Deed of
Lease registered as No. DE2008 001821 92DO01
("the said Deed of Lease") together with the right of
way specified in the Second Schedule and the
easements and rights specified in the Fourth
Schedule to the said Deed of Lease for all the unex-
pired residue of the term of NINE HUNDRED AND
NINETY-NINE YEARS from the 1st day of October,
2007 granted by the said Deed of Lease and subject
to the payment of rent and the restrictions, stipula-
tions, conditions and working rights contained in the
said Deed of Lease.
Dated this 5th day of January, 2015
Note: The above property will be sold Subject To
all outstanding rates, taxes, and other
Terms: 10% of the bid to be paid in cash or certified
cheque on the fall of the hammer and the
balance within 60 days.
ATLANTA---Paul Millsap scored 20 points and Al
Horford added 19 as Eastern Conference-leading
Atlanta topped the Minnesota Timberwolves 112-
lead Hawks to
16th straight win
Atlanta Hawks' Paul Millsap, left, dribbles against Minnesota Timberwolves'
Gorgui Dieng, of Senegal, in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game, Sunday
night in Atlanta. Millsap scored 20 points to lead Eastern Conference-leading
Atlanta to a 112-100 victory over the Timberwolves on Sunday night, extending
the Hawks' franchise record with their 16th straight win. AP PHOTO
100 on Sunday, extending the Hawks club record
with their 16th straight win.
Jeff Teague finished with 15 points and seven of
Atlanta s 30 assists as the Hawks won for the 30th
time in 32 games. Thaddeus Young had 26 points and
Mo Williams added 20 for Minnesota. The Timber-
wolves, who are last in the Western Conference, have
lost four straight and 20 of 22.
CAVALIERS 108, THUNDER 98
CLEVELAND---LeBron James scored 34 points, includ-
ing the first eight in the fourth quarter, as the Cleveland
Cavaliers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder for their
sixth straight win. James made a pair of 3-pointers
and a nasty fade-away jumper to give the Cavs a 91-
80 lead. Later, the four-time MVP fed Kevin Love for
a 3-pointer with 3:38 left that put the Thunder away.
The Cavs are 6-1 since James returned after missing
eight games with a strained back and knee.
Love added 19 points and 13 rebounds, Kyrie Irving
scored 21, and Tristan Thompson had 16 rebounds.
Kevin Durant scored 32 and Russell Westbrook had
22 for the Thunder, who went 3-2 on their longest
road trip this season.
HEAT 96, BULLS 84
CHICAGO---Hassan Whiteside had an unconventional
triple-double with a team-record and career-high 12
blocks to go with 14 points and 13 rebounds to help
the Miami Heat beat the Chicago Bulls.
Dwyane Wade scored 26 points, Chris
Bosh finished with 20 and Luol Deng
scored 15 in his return to Chicago. Mario
Chalmers had 15 points, and the Heat
squashed whatever momentum the Bulls
appeared to be building after beating
San Antonio and Dallas.
Miami led by 10 at halftime, 12 going
into the fourth quarter and remained
in control the rest of the way. Pau Gasol
had 13 points and 17 rebounds for Chica-
go, giving him 50 over the past three
games. Derrick Rose scored 19 for Chica-
go, but missed all six 3-pointers.
PACERS 106, MAGIC 99
ORLANDO---David West scored 20
points and reserve Damjan Rudez added
a career-high 18 as the Indiana Pacers
ended a seven-game losing streak with
a win over the Orlando Magic.
The Pacers trailed by seven entering
the fourth quarter, but got 16 points
from Rudez in the final 12 minutes. They
outscored the Magic 31-17 in the quar-
ter.George Hill had 17 points and six
rebounds for Indiana in just his second
game back from a left groin strain.
Nik Vucevic led four Magic players
in double figures with 27 points. It was
the ninth straight Orlando opponent to
score at least 100 points.
CLIPPERS 120, SUNS 100
PHOENIX---Blake Griffin and Chris Paul
scored 23 points each as the Los Angeles
Clippers used a 15-0 fourth-quarter run
to beat the Phoenix Suns. JJ Redick
scored 20 and DeAndre Jordan added
18 for the Clippers, who are 3-0 against
the Suns this season. Los Angeles has
won nine of its past 11 against Phoenix.
Isaiah Thomas scored 25 points and
Eric Bledsoe added 17 for the Suns, who
have lost two straight after winning
seven in a row at home.
PELICANS 109, MAVERICKS 106
NEW ORLEANS---Anthony Davis
capped a 28-point, 10-rebound outing
with go-ahead free throws in the final
seconds and a pivotal steal, as the New
Orleans Pelicans won their third straight
Tyreke Evans scored 24 points,
including a clutch running hook in the
final half-minute, and Ryan Anderson
added 18 points. Monta Ellis scored 36
points and Dirk Nowitzki added 24
points for Dallas, which has lost two
WARRIORS 114, CELTICS 111
OAKLAND---Stephen Curry had 22
points and 11 assists, and Klay Thomp-
son scored 31 points as the Golden State
Warriors beat the Boston Celtics for
their 19th consecutive home win.
Andrew Bogut added 13 points and
13 rebounds to help the Warriors stay
unbeaten in 14 games against the Eastern
Conference this season. Golden State
also improved its NBA-best record to
Two nights after scoring an NBA-
record 37 points in the third quarter of
Golden State s 126-101 win over Sacra-
mento, Thompson was 11 for 19 from
the field and 6 for 8 at the line.
Jared Sullinger had 26 points and nine
rebounds for the Celtics, who have lost
four of six.
WIZARDS 117, NUGGETS 115, OT
DENVER---John Wall scored six of his
19 points in overtime and had 16 assists
as the Washington Wizards beat the
Kris Humphries had a season-high
21 points and 14 rebounds to help Wash-
ington stop a two-game skid.
Ty Lawson had 31 points and 12 assists
in his return to the Nuggets lineup.
Lawson missed a tying jumper in the
waning seconds of overtime. Lawson
was back after missing Friday s game
after being arrested on suspicion of driv-
ing while impaired early Friday morning.
Lawson returned to practice Saturday.
ROCKETS 99, LAKERS 87
LOS ANGELES---James Harden had 37
points and eight rebounds as the Hous-
ton Rockets rolled past the Lakers, send-
ing Los Angeles to its eighth straight
defeat. Harden hit four 3-pointers, and
the NBA s leading scorer added five
assists in the Rockets third victory in
Josh Smith and Jason Terry had 11
points apiece as Houston cruised to its
fourth straight road victory over the
Lakers even without Dwight Howard,
who sat out after injuring his right ankle
two days ago.
Carlos Boozer scored 18 points for
the Lakers, who are on their longest
losing streak in nearly 10 years. (AP)
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