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Filing Attorney: Aisha Donawa Bar No. DOA2010038
M. G. DALY & PARTNERS
and Notaries Public
115A Abercromby Street
Port of Spain
THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
CLAIM NO. CV 2015- 02157 BETWEEN
CARIBBEAN FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED Claimant
VINCENT NORTON GUNN
Pursuant to the Order of the Honourable Madam Justice Pemberton dat-
ed 17th day of September, 2015 you are hereby served.
TAKE NOTICE that an action has been commenced against VINCENT
NORTON GUNN in the High Court of Justice Claim number CV2015- 02157
by CARIBBEAN FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED in which the Claimant
claims against the Defendant:
(1) The sum of $187,628.88 due and owing by the Defendant under a Hire
Purchase Agreement dated the 4th November, 2011.
(2) Interest on the principal sum of $152,729.89 at the rate of 2% per month
or $98.54 per day from the 26th day of June, 2015 until judgment or
Sharlene Headley in support issued in this action on the 25th day of June, 2015
is effected by this advertisement once per week for two (2) consecutive weeks.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that VINCENT NORTON GUNN must
advertisement whichever is the later acknowledge service of the said Fixed
at the Court House, Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain the prescribed
of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that if no Appearance is entered within the
said twenty-eight (28) days from the date of this publication of the advertise-
ment then the Claimant may proceed against you and judgment 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 28th day of September, 2015.
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MADRID---Movistar rider Nairo Quintana won the
Spanish Vuelta yesterday, adding the title to the 2014
Giro d Italia on his Grand Tour list of honours.
The Colombian climbing expert had cemented his
commanding lead over nearest rival Chris Froome in
Saturday s decisive mountain stage.
Following custom, Froome did not challenge Quintana
on the traditional ride into the Spanish capital on the
21st and final stage. Instead, the two top cyclists of the
moment spent some time chatting as they pedaled
along side by side.
Quintana finished the 71st edition of the race 1
minute, 23 seconds in front of second-placed Froome.
Esteban Chaves, a Colombian rider for Orica Bike-
Exchange, finished in third place and more than four
minutes off the pace. He was followed by three-time
Vuelta winner Alberto Contador in fourth.
Quintana wore the red leader s jersey for the 12th
consecutive day as he rode into Madrid flanked by his
triumphant Movistar teammates.
Quintana raised both arms in victory as he breezed
across the line in the pack behind the sprinters com-
peting for the stage. He then exchanged embraces with
his teammates before shaking hands with Froome.
"This is spectacular, a dream come true," Quintana
said. "I woke up this morning feeling like the winner,
but I couldn t raise my arms in celebration until I
crossed the finish line. This is probably the most impor-
tant (win) for me, considering the scenario and who
I was racing against. Froome is a great rival."
Magnus Cort Nielsen of Denmark won the flat 105-
kilometer (65-mile) ride starting in Las Rozas before
making loops through Madrid s centre in 2 hours, 48
minutes, 52 seconds. It was his second stage win of
At age 26, Quintana has established himself as one
of the premier cyclists in the world and the top rival
to three-time Tour de France champion Froome.
Quintana has twice finished runner-up to Froome
at the Tour, most recently in July when he couldn t
mount a serious challenge to Froome and his dominant
Two months later, Quintana finally got the better
of the British cyclist after pulling away to win the
mountainous 10th stage finishing at Lagos de Cov-
Quintana built the cushion he needed to survive a
blistering time trial by Froome. The Colombian increased
his lead to more than 3 ½ minutes by using an early
breakaway on the 14th stage, finishing at the Aramon
Froome finished second at the Vuelta for a third
time, after also coming close in 2011 and 2014. (AP)
Quintana wins Spanish Vuelta
La Vuelta Movistar Team's Nairo Quintana of Colombia.
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