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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, February 19, 2015
Bar No. TIM1994053
No. 39 Edward Street
THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
GLOBAL SHELTER (TRINIDAD) LIMITED
To: BHIM RAMSARAN
No. 7 Watlins Road
TAKE NOTICE that SHARDA BAKSH the Claimant of
138 Eastern Main Road, Barataria, in the Island of
Trinidad, has commenced an action against you the
Defendant in the High Court of Justice of Trinidad and
Tobago, by way of Claim Form and Statement of Case
filed 23rd July 2012 wherein the Claimant claims the
sum of $150,000.00 representing monies due and
owing to the Claimant from the Defendants under an
Agreement dated the 25th day of May 2003
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 the Honourable Mr Justice Peter Rajkumar on 22nd
January 2015 that service on you of the Claim Form
and Statement of Case filed herein on the 23rd July
2012 be effected by advertisement once per week for
two consecutive weeks in two daily newspapers in
general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago.
It was also ordered that time is extended for the
validity of the Claim Form to 30th April, 2015.
You may obtain a copy of the Claim Form and
Statement of Case issued in this matter, and the Order
of the Honourable Mr Justice Peter Rajkumar at the
offices of Mandavi Tiwary, of Suite #5, No. 39 Edward
Street, Port-of-Spain Attorney-at-Law for the Claimant
or you may apply to the High Court, Hall of Justice,
Knox Street, Port-of-Spain.
If you desire to defend this action, you must within
Eight days from the date of the last publication of this
advertisement, enter an appearance by filing the
Appearance Form (Form 3) at any Court Office.
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 and expedient.
Dated this 5th day of February, 2015.
NORTH CAROLINA---A powerful winter storm
dumped snow from Tennessee to Massachusetts,
and arctic-like temperatures gripped much of the
US while hundreds of thousands of people lost
power in the South.
While some shivered, others bundled up and tried
to make the best of a frustrating situation.
If there was a theme for this year s Mardi Gras
costumes in New Orleans, it was Brrrrr.
Despite the chilly temperatures, the crowds were
thick. Tutus were worn over jeans and many costumes,
such as clowns or animals, were baggy enough to
cover sweat shirts.
Erin Buran, of New Orleans, wore a white jacket
and feathery angel wings.
"My angel wings have tequila in them," she said,
showing the mouthpiece of a hydration backpack
covered by the wings.
Massachusetts officials stepped up warnings about
the potential for roofs to collapse under the weight
of snow that has built up in recent weeks.
Numerous partial roof collapses have been reported
in the state but no serious injuries to date.
Two New Hampshire school districts remain closed
a day after schools were evacuated over concerns of
American Falls in
seen in Niagara
dropped to six
(-14 Celsius). The
Service has issued a
Wind Chill Warning
in Western New
York from midnight
Cold grips the US
snow buildup on roofs. Roads were icy and slushy,
making driving difficult in many places and causing
at least eight traffic deaths.
There were three deaths in Tennessee, including
a mother and son in Williamson County who stopped
to help people in a sport utility vehicle that over-
turned in front of them when they were struck by
a tractor-trailer. Two people were killed in Virginia
as nearly a foot of snow fell in some places. In North
Carolina, a woman died in a two-car crash in the
northeastern part of the state. Two people were
also killed in separate crashes in Maryland. (AP)
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