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THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
CLAIM NO. CV 2013-02464
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT CHAPTER 56:02
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF
DOROTHY HAMILTON ALSO CALLED DOROTHY ANMARIE
HAMILTON OF NO. 10 HAMILTON DRIVE,
DE GANNES VILLAGE, SIPARIA, TRINIDAD
VESTING ORDER APPLICATION
TO: Any person having an interest in the parcel of land described in the
TAKE NOTICE that by Notice of Application filed on the 10th day of June,
2013 the above named applicant DOROTHY HAMILTON also called
DOROTHY ANN MARIE HAMILTON applied to the High Court of Justice for
the following orders:-
1. An Order vesting in the Applicant, for an estate in fee simple, ALL AND
SINGULAR that certain parcel of land described in the schedule hereunder
(hereinafter called "the said parcel of land").
2. A further Order that the Registrar General do dispense with the duplicate
Crown Grant in Volume 1723 Folio 461 and issue a new Certificate of Tile
to the Applicant in respect of the said parcel of land.
3. Such further or other Orders as the Presiding Judge may deem fit in the
THE SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO:
ALL AND SINGULAR that certain parcel of land situate at No. 10 Hamilton
Drive, De Gannes Village, in the Ward of Siparia, in the Island of Trinidad,
comprising TWO POINT ZERO FOUR SEVEN EIGHT HECTARES, be the
same more or less (being portion of a larger parcel of land comprising 9
Acres 3 Roods, and 10 Perches as described on the Certificate of Title in
Volume 1723 Folio 461), and bounded on the North partly by lands of
William Stephen, on the South by lands of Inez Soogrim and John Ramdeen,
on the East by lands of Alfred Geoffroy and on the West partly by a road
reserve 10.00 metres wide and partly by lands of William Stephen or how-
soever the same may be abutted, bounded or otherwise described in
Certificate of Title Volume 1723 Folio 461.
AND TAKE NOTICE that on the 9th day of March, 2015 the Honourable
Judge of the High Court dealing with the application ordered that notice of
the said application be advertised once per week for two consecutive weeks
in a daily newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago.
TAKE NOTICE ALSO there will be a further hearing of the application on
MONDAY the 25th day of MAY, 2015 at 9.30 a.m. in Courtroom POS 4
at the High Court of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that any person claiming to have an interest
or estate in the said parcel of land may file an affidavit setting out particulars
of claim and/or appear in person or by an Attorney at Law at the hearing of
the application on the date and time stated above.
IN DEFAULT OF YOUR APPEARANCE at the next date of hearing the Court
may, in your absence, proceed to make any order it considers appropriate.
Dated this 30th day of April, 2015
Notice is hereby given that any Tenant who wishes to
transfer or assign a tenancy is required BY LAW to seek
the prior written consent of the Landlord.
Any Sale transaction of a house or tenancy on lands
owned by Peter Chandroo Enterprises operating as
Chandroo Brothers Enterprises bounded on the North by
La Romain Plantation, on the South by Mount D'or
Plantation and on the East by Concord Plantation and on
the West by the Southern Main Road, should only be
effected with the prior written consent of Gulf Real Estate
This also applies to Tenants on lands owned by Gulf Real
We look forward to your usual co-operation.
Please be guided accordingly.
GULF REAL ESTATE LIMITED
SAN JUAN---Francisco Oller Elementary School
once bustled with kids, but now birds nest in class-
rooms strewn with leaves and glass from shattered
fluorescent lights. Long-discarded homework
assignments paper the ground. Graffiti covers the
Located in a city just outside San Juan, the school
is among more than 150 shuttered in the last five
years as a worsening economic crisis has prompted
hundreds of thousands of people to move to the US
mainland over the past decade.
Driven by a combination of budget cuts and declin-
ing enrollment, the loss of so many schools is having
a profound impact on communities, forcing many
children to commute to new campuses and creating
a blight in places already hard-hit by recession.
The government says the situation could get much
worse. It warned just days ago that by early 2016 it
may run out of money to pay its bills, and over the
next five years it may have to close nearly 600 of
the 1,460 public schools that once existed to save
$249 million a year. Currently, there are 1,387 schools
across the island.
The trend "speaks volumes about how we're losing
population, about how we're not being efficient in
building the island's future, about how we're losing
opportunities to create citizens," said San Juan Mayor
Carmen Yulin Cruz.
Puerto Rico has seen school enrollment drop 42
per cent in the past three decades, and an additional
22 per cent drop is expected over the next five years,
according to a report by the Boston Consulting Group.
MEXICO CITY---The Mexican government says it
will give at least 50 million pesos ($3.3. million) to
relatives of criminal suspects slain in 2014 by sol-
diers and survivors of the shootings.
A rights investigation found 12 to 15 of the 22 sus-
pects were killed by army troops after surrendering.
The government Commission for Attending to
Victims said yesterday it is analysing how much to
award each victim. But to protect the victims, it will
not make public how much each person gets.
The investigation found the victims included three
women who survived the attack and were tortured
or pressured to support the army's version that all
22 suspects were killed in a shootout.
The commission previously identified 28 relatives
of the dead and the three survivors as being eligible.
CARACAS---The head of Venezuela s congress says
he s asking courts to bar more than a dozen news
executives from leaving the country while he s suing
them for alleged defamation.
Those targeted include Miguel Otero, who heads
El Nacional, the largest Venezuelan newspaper that's
still critical of the government.
National Assembly chief Diosdado Cabello is suing
the executives and their outlets for linking him to
the drug trade. In January, they published stories
saying his bodyguard had defected to the US to testify
that Cabello heads a drug ring.
Cabello is the most powerful figure in Venezuela's
ruling socialist party after President Nicolas Maduro,
and denies any ties to drug trafficking. (AP)
Yeison Gutierrez, 34, said he was
able to save several colleagues because
he was one of the few miners who knew
how to swim. But one co-worker
slipped through his hands and didn't
make it above ground.
"I swam to the surface fighting
against the water and the air pressure,
that's how we were saved," Gutierrez
told The Associated Press from the
mine where he's assisting rescuers.
President Juan Manuel Santos called
on rescuers to "spare no effort" in the
Family members huddled near the
mine through the night as crews used
pumps to remove water that had raced
into three vertical shafts from the adja-
cent Cauca river. Authorities said it
could take at least three days to clear
"Every hour, every minute and every
second that goes by the chances of
finding survivors diminishes," said Jaime
Gallego, a civil defense worker.
Mining accidents are common in
Colombia but usually take place in
wildcat mines dominated by leftist
rebels and criminal gangs.
Natalia Gutierrez, the head of Nation-
al Mining Agency, said workers earn a
percentage of the gold they extract,
earnings that range between $400 and
$800 per month. (AP)
COLOMBIA---Scores of rescuers resumed the search
for 15 gold miners missing and feared dead yesterday
after the water poured into the underground shafts
where they were digging.
Authorities said Wednesday's accident at El Tunel
mine in the northwestern town of Riosucio was likely
triggered by an explosion or power outage that disabled
pumps used to extract water and supply oxygen to
work crews as deep as 90 feet below ground.
Rescuers try to use sandbags to prevent
the mine from flooding completely after
it collapsed. BBC PHOTO
trapped in flooded mine
Puerto Rico closes
dozens of schools as
economic woes deepen
Mexico to give $3.3m
to victims of army
head requests travel
ban for journalists
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