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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, November 30, 2015
Republic Of Trinidad And Tobago
No. 113 Of 2015
In The Matter Of The Real Property Act
Chapter 56:02 Sec. I36 And In
The Matter Of The Application Of:
Denish Samraj of No. 180 Torrib Trace, New
Grant, RAMRATTEE DROPATTEE SAMRAJ-
BALKISSOON also called DROPATTEE
RAMRATTEE SAMRAJ BALKISSOON of No.
647 St. Croix Road, Princes Town,
HAMAWATTEE SAMRAJ also called
HEMAWATTEE SAMRAJ of St. Stephen's
College Road, Craignish Village, Princes
Town, DHANMATTEE SAMRAJ- SAMAROO
also called DHANMATTEE SAMRAJ of No.
20 Hindustan Estate Road, New Grant, RUD-
NATH SOOKNANAN of St. Stephen's College
Road, Craignish Village, Princes Town,
JOYCE PONTOO also called KOBWATTEE
SOOKNANAN of St. Stephen's College Road,
Craignish Village, Princes Town and RAJPAT-
TEE SAMRAJ also called RAJPATEE
HEFERNAN now of formerly of St. Stephen's
College Road, Craignish Village, Princes
Town now residing M198 Eastern Avenue,
SouthEnd-On Sea, Essex, England, SS2
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless
good cause to the contrary is shown within
fourteen days from the publication of this
notice the Registrar General of Trinidad and
Tobago will issue a new Certificate of Title in
respect of that piece of land situate in the
Ward of Siparia in the Island of Trinidad com-
prising TWELVE ACRES THREE ROODS
AND TWENTY PERCHES be the same more
or less delineated and coloured pink in dia-
gram described in the Crown Grant in Volume
167 Folio 465 and also described in the
Certificate 0fTille in Volume 1561 Folio 465
and bounded on the North by Watts Trace 50
links wide on the South by lands of Celeste
Durity and by lands of Ed. Farrell on the East
by Watts Trace 50 links wide and by lands of
Dooigee and on the West by Watts Trace 50
links wide by lands of Ramkissoon and by u
road reserved 50 links wide and intersected by
a road 50 links wide and now described in
Certificate of Title Volume 3973 Folio 477.
Dated this 28th day of July, 2015. Registrar
BERLIN --- He threatened to walk away from
boxing if he lost to Wladimir Klitschko, or even
if he won. Now the always unpredictable Tyson
Fury says he intends to be a great heavyweight
"I hope to have many more defenses of these
titles in future," Fury said after outpointing the
Ukrainian Saturday night and taking his WBA,
IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts in a huge
boxing upset. "If I could be half as good a cham-
pion as Wladimir Klitschko, I d be very, very
The 39-year-old Klitschko had reigned for 9
½ years since beating Chris Byrd for the IBF belt
in Mannheim in 2006. He defended the title 18
times and hadn t been beaten since losing to
Lamon Brewster in Las Vegas in 2004.
But the unbeaten Fury --- 12 years Klitschko s
junior --- made the older man look ordinary at
the 55,000-seat soccer stadium in Duesseldorf,
as the Briton lived up to the promises that few
had taken seriously beforehand.
A rematch beckons, a stipulation the Klitschko
camp insisted upon in the fight contract.
"So, to be continued. But we can t yet say how
or when or where," Klitschko said.
Fury, now 25-0 with 18 knockouts, said he would
Fury aims to be 'great' after beating Klitschko
happily fight again in Germany.
"It doesn t really matter to me where
I fight. If you say I m fighting in Japan,
Turkey, Azerbaijan, America, wherever it
has to be, it has to be," Fury said. "I d like
to come back to Germany again to fight
Wladimir. I enjoyed it. I got a great recep-
tion from the German fans. The German
people really did show me some love."
Fury had been entertaining them all
week. He serenaded Klitschko with his
own version of the Bette Midler song Wind
Beneath My Wings on Wednesday, and
he celebrated beating him by singing Aero-
smith s I Don t Want to Miss a Thing in
the ring to his wife Paris, who is expecting
their third child.
The build-up to the bout had been
dominated by Fury s antics and trash-
talking, as well as disputes over the gloves,
canvas and finally the hand-wrapping
before the fight. The next will likely be
more of the same, with a lucrative payout
for the participants.
"The interest in the next fight will be
crazy," said Klitschko s older brother Vitali,
the former WBC champion. "We know
Wladimir s potential and that s the ques-
tion: In a rematch do we see him back in
his old form or that today was no acci-
dent? Only he can answer this question.
I ll just say that we didn t see much of
Wladimir s potential (against Fury)."
Klitschko dropped to 64-4 with 53
knockouts after contesting his 28th title
fight. Time is not on his side with his
40th birthday coming up in four months.
Fury, on the other hand, is only likely to
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