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M.K. HARPER & CO.
Attorneys at Law
No.144 Henry Street,
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
RPO Application No.39 of 2000
"CLAIMS TO TITLE TO LAND BY ADVERSE POSSESSION"
Application of LORDLY LEERA, Legal Personal Represen-
tative of the Estate of HENRY TIDD, Deceased, late of No.
10 Eastern Main Road, Arima.
NOTICE is hereby given that an application has been
made by LORDLY LEERA Legal Personal Representative
of the Estate of HENRY TIDD, Deceased to have the parcel
of land described in the Schedule hereto brought under
the Provisions of the Real Property Act and that the
Judge of the High Court of Justice dealing with the said
application has ordered that notice of that application
be advertised once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks
and if no caveat be lodged within two months of the
date of the rst of such advertisements the Registrar
General may bring the said lands under the Provisions of
the Real Property Act.
ALL AND SINGULAR that certain parcel of land situate at
and known as No. 10 Raglan Street, Arima, in the Island
of Trinidad, comprising One Lot measuring 692.5 square
metres and bounded on the North partly by lands now or
formerly of S. Peters, partly by lands of Celestine Gomez
and partly by an existing road 4.00 metres wide on the
South partly by lands of Hyacinth Johnson and by lands
of Gloria Leera nee Williams on the East by lands of Celes-
tine Gomez and by Gloria Leera Williams and on the West
by lands of Hyacinth Johnson and by an existing Road.
Dated this 17th day of August 2017.REGISTRAR GENERAL
After a successful student
recruitment campaign, Alta
registered and welcomed over
800 new students to literacy
classes around the country.
Walk-in students are still being
accepted at select venues and
you are encouraged to share this
information with persons who may
know someone who
needs Alta---it may be
someone you work
with, someone you
meet while running
errands or they may
be a friend or family
there is still space in
Alta classes around
the country for them
but sometimes it's
a dif icult topic to
with someone you may not be
familiar with. How should you tell
them about Alta? In September,
Alta shared some guidelines for
potential situations which may
be helpful when speaking to non-
readers about Alta classes.
Today, the column explores two
other situations which can assist.
It's important to remember that
students are easily scared back into
"hiding" due to the stigma of low
• Be discreet: Once you can,
choose a private place and time
to talk and stay away from the
words 'illiterate' and 'slow'. Use
'dif iculties with
reading or writing' or
'improve your reading
& writing' versus 'learn
to read and write'
• Be relatable:
Draw from personal
mastering a new skill
and show the parallels
between this and
the skills of reading/
Normalise the idea
of going from a state
of not-knowing to
Situation 2 -- This
situation is best if you
notice the person has a
spelling problem but it
can be used in almost
any other situation,
as it is generally more
to admit to spelling
problems than reading
or writing problems.
This can work for both
strangers you interact
with and persons you
may know well.
"English spelling is real tricky.
I always have problems with the
word (x,y,z). The good thing is
that there are options out there to
help adults who want to work on
their spelling. It won't be easy but
it will be worth it. Would you be
interested in inding out more?'
Situation 3 -- This is suitable for
an informal talk with a
friend, family member,
co-worker etc. in a high
I've noticed that you
require some help to
do X (reading-related
It's not a big deal...
it's just another skill
like sewing, cooking or
driving. Many people
have these issues and
have struggled with
reading for years.
If you want to work on these skills
there are options out there to help.
It may not be easy but it will be
worth it. Would you be interested in
inding out more?
If the person is interested in
inding out more, tell them about
Alta! Contact Alta at 624 Alta or 741-
How to speak to a
non-reader about Alta
Volunteer, Donate or Sponsor-a-
student. Call 621-5708 or email
Altapos.email@example.com for more
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