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The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
IN THE PETTY CIVIL COURT PORT OF SPAIN
No. 41 OF 2016
BEVERLY ANDREWS PLAINTIFF
LISA HARRY PERSAD SINGH
Number 13 River side Park
TO: LISA HARRY PERSAD SINGH
Number 13 River side Park
(Last known address)
TAKE NOTICE that on the 25th day of November, 2016
you by the Plaintiff at the Petty Civil Court, Port of Spain
St. George West Magistrates Court, in which the Plaintiff is
claiming as follows
1. The sum of $19,128.00
3. Interest thereon at such rate as the Court deems just;
4. Such further and/or other reliefs as the nature of the
case may require.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that by an order of
the Court the Plaintiff was directed to effect service of the
Claim Form and Statement of Case in this action by way of
advertisement in a local daily newspaper of general circu-
lation in Trinidad and Tobago once per week for two con-
IF YOU DESIRE TO DEFEND this action you are to
produce all letters, accounts, memoranda, documents, pass
books and papers in your possession relating to this action.
If you do not appear on Thursday July 6, 2017 at 9:00 am
at Petty Civil Court, Port of Spain Judgment will be given
against you in default for the whole amount claimed.
To the above named Defendant, the address for the Attor-
ney-at-Law for the plaintiff is Messrs. ALAN C. ANDER-
Spain. If you confess the whole of the Plaintiff's claim you
should sign a confession in the presence of the Chief Clerk
or one of the Clerk's at any time before the action is called
on for trial subject to the payments of any further costs
which any delay by you have caused the Plaintiff to incur.
If you admit part only of the claim, you may be paying into
clear days of the trial together with costs, to avoid further
costs unless the Plaintiff at the trial proves an amount ex-
ceeding your payment.
You may obtain copies of the Claim Form, the Statement
of Case and related documents at the Petty Civil Court at
or from the Plaintiff's Attorneys at Law, Messrs, Alan C.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that for further infor-
mation, you may contact the Chief Clerk, Petty Civil Court,
Port of Spain
Chief Clerk, Petty Civil Court
Port of Spain
INVITATION TO TENDER
National Quarries Company Limited invites tenders for THE PROVISION OF CRUSHING
SERVICES at the following location:
Crushing Services Include:
• The loading and haulage of Armour Rock from blast site to the raw material stockpile.
• The loading and crushing by the Operator of limestone boulders to produce for the Company's
sole use and sale, crushed limestone of varying sizes.
ca for a non-refundable fee of TTD 3000.00 / USD 450.00 (via debit card, credit card, wire transfer,
or company cheque made payable to National Quarries Company Limited) from Monday 24th July,
2017 to Friday 28st July , 2017.
The cashier will be available weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Site visit is scheduled for 02 Aug 2017 at 9:00 a.m. promptly.
Any further information can be obtained from the Tenders Committee Representative, at Telephone
No: 646-3682, Ext. 126.
The original of each Tender must be placed in a sealed envelope and deposited into
Tender Box # NQ/OPS-0001/2017, addressed to:
"Tender for the Provision of Crushing Services at NQCL's Limestone Division"
C/O The Management Tenders Committee,
National Quarries Companies Limited,
Churchill Roosevelt Highway, Arouca.
An electronic copy of the tender submittal MUST be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bid Closing will be no later than noon on WEDNESDAY 30th AUGUST, 2017.
Late tenders will NOT be considered under any circumstances
NQCL reserves the right to cancel the invitation in its entirety or even partially, without defraying any
NQCL does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender. Failure to comply with any of the
instructions of the tender documents may result in the tender not being considered.
MANAGEMENT TENDERS COMMITTEE
National Quarries Company Limited
"Don't blame the
TTFA or president David
John-Williams for the
loss of the Italian coach
Carolina Morace and her
staff, as there seems to be
more sides to the story,
one T&T Football Asso-
ciation board member
The coaches, which
include Italians Caro-
lina Morace, Elisabetta
Bavagnoli and English
Nicola Williams, termi-
nated their contracts by
just cause, citing unpaid
wages for the past three
and a half months. But the
board member said he was
concerned by newspa-
per reports yesterday that
portrayed the embattled
football association as be-
ing at fault when he is aware
of numerous attempts
made by John-Williams to
pay the overseas coaches
for the three and a half-
month period they were
alleged to have not been
paid. The board member,
who spoke on condition of
anonymity said that there
was an agreement that only
John-Williams could speak
on the matter, because it
was gaining the attention
of the courts.
John-Williams again said
he had no comment on
the matter and was in the
process of working with
his attorneys to draft out a
response to the media in the
The TTFA board member
said he believed that there
was more of a rift among the
foreign coaches which was
evident by one of its coach-
es- Manuela Tessa opting to
leave the staff early in her
contract. "I know for a fact
that the coaches were being
paid" a local coach attached
to the team explained. She
pointed out that as far as she
was concerned , the TTFA
was honouring its contrac-
Board member: Don't blame JDW/TTFA for this one
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