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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, February 17, 2016
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL
PROPERTY ACT, CHAPTER 56:02
AND IN THE MATTER OF THE
APPLICATION OF BERNARD BORNEO
(LEGAL PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN BORNEO,
DECEASED) OF LP #2 LA BAJA
EXTENSION ROAD, MARACAS,
ST. JOSEPH, IN THE ISLAND OF TRINIDAD
APPLICATION NO. 39 OF 2010
TITLE TO LAND BY ADVERSE
NOTICE is hereby given that an application
has been made by JOHN BORNEO to
have the parcel of land described in the
Schedule hereto brought under the provi-
sions of the Real Property Act and that a
Judge of the High Court dealing with the
said application has ordered that notice of
this application be advertised in the local
daily newspaper once a week for four (4)
consecutive weeks in at least two daily
newspapers circulating generally within
Trinidad and Tobago and that if no caveat
be lodged within three months of the date
of the first of such advertisements the
Registrar General may bring the said
parcel of land under the provisions of
the Real Property Act Chapter 56:02.
THE SCHEDULE HEREIN ABOVE
ALL AND SINGULAR THAT parcel of
land situate at LP No. 1 La Baja Extension
Road, Maracas, St. Joseph, in the Ward of
Tacarigua, in the Island of Trinidad, in the
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago com-
prising ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED
AND SEVENTY TWO POINT ONE SQUARE
METRES (1,272.1 m2) and bounded on
the North by lands of Carl Fulchan, lands of
Dookie Mahabir, lands of Bastien
Enterprises and lands of Patrick Permell on
the South by lands of Lester Abbot, by an
Access Road and La Baja Extension Road
on the East by lands of Dookie Mahabir,
lands of Bastien Enterprises, lands of
Patrick Permell and by La Baja Extension
Road and on the West by lands of Carl
Fulchan, lands of Lester Abbot and by an
Dated this 28th day of January, 2016
SAO PAULO---Brazilian authorities have
blocked assets of Barcelona star Neymar,
including a yacht, a jet and several prop-
erties worth almost US$50 million.
A Sao Paulo federal court rejected an appeal
from the Brazilian striker last week and start-
ed issuing warrants to freeze the assets worth
192 million reals (almost US$50 million),
Brazilian media reported on Monday.
Last year, Neymar, his family and related
businesses were found guilty of evading 63
million reals in taxes (almost $16 million)
between 2011 and 2013 when he was playing
for Brazilian club Santos. He has denied any
The 23-year-old Neymar used the jet to
travel to Brazil for World Cup qualifying
matches and holidays.
Iagaro Jung Martins, an auditor with
Brazil s federal tax agency, told The Associated
Press that Neymar isn t likely to go to jail
if he pays what regulators say he owes. "He
can still appeal that decision, but it is a step
forward," Martins told the AP. "Nothing
changed to what was in place last year: if
he pays what he owes, the case is closed.
Our legislation isn t too harsh."
The assets seizure is the latest in a streak
of bad news for the Brazilian star off the
On February 2 Neymar and his father were
questioned for three hours in a Madrid court
about the player s transfer to Barcelona. The
case was brought by Grupo Sonda, which
invested in Neymar early in his career and
was allegedly entitled to 40 per cent of the
total transfer amount.
Barcelona maintains the deal cost the club
57.1 million euros (then US$74 million). Santos
officially received a payment of 17.1 million
euros (US$18.5 million), with the remaining
40 million euros (US$55.5 million) going to
a company owned by Neymar s father, Ney-
But investigations in Spain later showed
that Barcelona spent nearly 83.3 million euros
(US$90 million) to acquire Neymar.
Former and current Barcelona presidents
and representatives of Santos were also ques-
tioned. The Brazilian club also claims to have
been hurt by the transfers.
All parties denied any wrongdoing. (AP)
ROME---For Cristiano Ronaldo, team spirit
doesn t involve sharing tapas with Real
Madrid strike partners Karim Benzema and
Just like he never went to the pub with
teammates while at Manchester United.
Ahead of Madrid s Champions League
first-leg match at Roma today, Ronaldo was
asked if his relationships with Benzema and
Bale have contributed to Madrid s slow start
in La Liga. "When I was at Manchester win-
ning the Champions League, with some play-
ers like (Ryan) Giggs, (Rio) Ferdinand and
(Paul) Scholes our discussions were limited
to Good morning and Good night.
But when we were on the pitch together
there was total understanding," Ronaldo said
Tuesday through a translator.
"I don t need to go out for dinner with
Benzema or Bale.
What counts is what happens on the pitch,"
Ronaldo added---pointing his finger on the
table for emphasis.
Ronaldo is among the Spanish league s
top scorers with 21 goals, and has scored 11
in the group phase of the Champions League.
But he has been criticized for his inability
to score on the road lately---with his last
away goal coming in November.
"I m used to it," the three-time FIFA world
player of the year said. "It s like when you
always give kids everything and then when
you take something away they start to cry.
e gotten the press and fans so used to me
always scoring a lot of goals that as soon as
I let up for a second, well the journalists
don t cry but they begin writing all sorts of
stuff. "Let s just say that I would be happy
to continue with this not-so-perfect form
until the end of the season. ... If you can
name one player who has scored more away
goals than me since I arrived in Spain tell
me who? No.
There s nobody," Ronaldo said and then
got up and walked out before his comments
were even translated.
The Round of 16 match will also mark the
coaching debut of Zinedine Zidane in the
Champions League, after the Frenchman
replaced Rafa Benitez at Madrid last month.
Brazil court freezes US$50m of Neymar's assets
LONDON---Barcelona and Luis Suarez
reclaimed leading honors in the Associated
Press Global Football 10 yesterday after an
emphatic 6-1 win over Celta Vigo in the
Suarez propelled Barcelona to victory at
the weekend with a hat trick, which was
sealed with a close range finish after Lionel
Messi passed his penalty forward for his
teammate to run on to instead of shooting.
"Luis Suarez had a hand in five of
Barcelona s six goals last Sunday, scoring
three himself and providing two assists as
Celta Vigo were thrashed," Jonathan Johnson
of beIN Sports USA, in France, said. "His
insatiable form continues and he now leads
the scoring charts in La Liga with 23 goals,
only one of those was a penalty."
Messi is runner-up to Suarez in the player
vote after scoring once in the victory, as well
as providing the inventive assist for Suarez.
Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid takes
third after scoring a double to guide his team
to a 4-2 victory at home to Athletic Bilbao.
Robert Lewandowski is fourth after notch-
ing four goals across two games in a week
for Bayern Munich, leading the team to wins
in the German Cup and Bundesliga.
Christian Eriksen, Danny Welbeck, Pedro
Rodriguez, Philippe Coutinho, Andre Barzagli
and Juan Cuadrado round out the top 10
players this week.
Arsenal polled second to Barcelona in the
team vote after securing a dramatic 2-1 win
against Premier League title rival and current
leader, Leicester, the team which also won
last week s poll. Juventus is third after defeat-
ing Napoli 1-0 to move first in the Serie A
standings, extending its astounding winning
run to 15 matches in Italy s top tier.
"Juventus are showing it s their winning
mentality that makes them unstoppable -
the mentality that saw them reach the Serie
A summit remarkably for the first time this
season with victory over previous leaders
Napoli, Umaid Wasim of Dawn Newspaper
in Pakistan said. Tottenham enters this week s
poll in fourth after it also recorded a 2-1 vic-
tory against Manchester City in the other
clash between two of the Premier League
title hopefuls in England. Bayern Munich is
fifth after winning 3-1 away to Augsburg in
the German Bundesliga and 3-0 at Bochum.
Real Madrid, Chelsea, Liverpool, Fiorentina
and Atletico Madrid complete the top 10
teams in this week s vote. (AP)
Barcelona and Luis Suarez lead AP Global Football 10
Ronaldo: It's business only with Benzema, Bale---no tapas
FC Barcelona's Luis
Suarez kicks the ball
to score during a
Spanish La Liga soccer
match between FC
Barcelona and Celta
Vigo at the Camp Nou
Spain. AP PHOTO
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