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COMMERCIAL - DEBT RECOVERY
Filing Attorney - Aisha Donawa Bar No. DOA2010038
M. G. Daly & Partners
and Notaries Public
115A Abercromby Street
THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
In The High Court of Justice
Claim No. CV 2014 - 04801 Between
Caribbean Finance Company Limited Claimant
Richard Ricardo Singh
Pursuant to the Order of the Honourable Madam Justice Margaret Y.
Mohammed dated 19th day of February, 2015 you are hereby served.
TAKE NOTICE that an action has been commenced against RICHARD
RICARDO SINGH in the High Court of Justice Claim Number CV2014 -
04801 BY CARIBBEAN FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED in which the
Claimant claims against the Defendant:
(1) The sum of $33,517.27 due and owing by, the Defendant under a
Hire Purchase Agreement dated the 13th day of March, 2012.
(2) Interest on the principal sum of $30,722.65 at the rate of 2% per
month or $19.82 per day from the 20th day of December, 2014 until
judgment or sooner payment.
(4) Further and/or any other relief as the Court deems fit.
AND THAT service on you of the Fixed Date Claim Form and affidavit of
Sharlene Headley in support issued in this action on the 19th day of
December, 2014 is effected by this advertisement once per week for two
(2) consecutive weeks.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that RICHARD RICARDO SINGH must
within twenty-one (21) days from the first last date of publication of this
advertisement whichever is the later acknowledge service of the said
Fixed Date Claim Form and Affidavit of Sharlene Headley by completing
and filing at the Court House, Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port-of-Spain
the prescribed Form of the Appearance, which may be obtained at the
Court Office at the Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port-of- Spain
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that if no Appearance is entered within
the said twenty-one (21) days from the date of this publication of the
advertisement then the Claimant may proceed against you and judg-
ment will be given in your absence.
And Further Take Notice that a copy of the Claim Form and
Statement of Case can be obtained at M. G. Daly & Partners of 115A
Abercromby Street, Port-of-Spain, Attorney-at-Law for the Claimant.
Dated this 4th day of March, 2015.
MOSCOW---Five men were behind bars yesterday
either charged or suspected in the killing of Kremlin
critic Boris Nemtsov, but details remained unclear
in the case that has shaken Russia s marginalised
and struggling opposition movement.
The five appeared in a Moscow court, where two
of them were charged in connection with the shooting
of Nemtsov as he walked across a bridge near the
Kremlin on February 27. The other three were remand-
ed to jail pending the filing of charges, which Russian
law says must be done within ten days.
One of the judges in the two separate hearings said
suspect Zaur Dadaev had acknowledged involvement,
but Dadaev did not admit guilt in the courtroom,
according to state-run and independent news agencies
in Russia. The other suspect who was charged, Anzor
Gubashev, denied guilt, the reports said.
The three others include Gubashev s younger brother
Shagid, along with Khamzad Bakhaev and Tamerlan
Eskerkhanov, state news agency Tass reported.
All five are from Chechnya or other parts of the
restive North Caucasus, according to news agencies.
Their origin raises a potentially sensitive issue, given
the significant animosity for Caucasus groups among
Law enforcement officials have asserted the guilt
of all five, but have not released any details of how
they allegedly were involved in the killing of Nemtsov.
The 55-year-old Nemtsov, a former deputy prime
minister who became one of Putin s most outspoken
detractors, was killed a few hours after he had made
a radio appearance denouncing Putin for "mad, aggres-
sive" policies in Ukraine.
Nemtsov was working on a report detailing Russian
involvement in the war between pro-Russia separatist
rebels and Ukrainian forces, associates said.
Nemtsov s killing shocked Russia s already belea-
guered and marginalised opposition supporters. Sus-
picion in the opposition is high that the killing was
ordered by the Kremlin.
one of five
the killing of
But Russia s top investigative body said it was con-
sidering several possible motives, including that he
was killed in an attempt to smear Putin s image. It
also said it was looking into possible connections to
Islamic extremism and Nemtsov s personal life.
The opposition and others critical of the Russian
leadership believe that Nemtsov s death in a tightly
secured area near the Kremlin wouldn t have been
possible without official involvement, and could be
an attempt to scare other government foes.
Putin, who had dubbed Nemtsov s killing a "provo-
cation," made no comment on the detentions
announced Saturday. (AP)
Killing of Boris Nemtsov in Russia
Two charged, three others held
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