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Thursday, January 25, 2018
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
In the Estate of NELSIA MILLER
late of 3115 Aviara Court, Naperville, Du Page,
Illinois, United States of America, deceased
NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen
days from the date hereof, application will be made in the Registry
of the Supreme Court for the Sealing of the Letters Testamentary
of the Estate of NELSIA MILLER late of 3115 Aviara Court,
Naperville, Du Page, Illinois, United States of America, deceased,
granted in the High Court, Supreme Court of Judicature, Barbados
on the 12th day of May, 2014.
KIRT CONRAD WALROND
J. D. Sellier + Co.
Attorneys-at-Law for Rhett Kenneth
Gordon the lawfully appointed
Attorney of Anna-Lisa Georgina
Okoye nee Miller the Legal Personal
Representative of the Estate of
Nelsia Miller, deceased
Insert as follows: Trinidad Guardian 25th January, 2018 and 1st
February, 2018 respectively.
Khan: DPP’s offices for shopping malls
The Government will move ahead to
rent commercial space for the Direc-
tor of Public Prosecutions (DPP) at a
combined monthly cost of $309,000
at shopping malls in Gulf City and
Lowlands, Tobago, even though con-
cerns were raised last year about the
selected public locations.
Service charges for both offices will
incur a separate cost of $125,000.
This was revealed in the Senate
yesterday as Energy Minister Franklin
Khan who responded to a question
on behalf of Attorney General Faris
Al-Rawi posed by Opposition Senator
Saddam Hosein as to when the DPP
will relocate its San Fernando and To-
bago offices to the Gulf City Malls in
Tobago and La Romaine.
The move comes nine months after
vice-chairman of a Joint Select Com-
mittee on National Security Prakash
Ramadhar found that plans to relo-
cate the DPP’s south office to bustling
Gulf City shopping centre were quite
Ramadhar felt that it would have
been more appropriate to relocate
the DPP’s office closer to the San
Fernando Court, stating that moving
to the mall “does not enhance the re-
spect of the office of the DPP that it
However, DPP Roger Gaspard
stated that he had visited a number of
proposed sites which were unsuitable
in space and
size and the
mall was the
that met their
“I gave that location my blessings.
But not before I would have indicated
it was less an ideal site for the DPP’s
office,” Gaspard had told the JSC.
Staff at the San Fernando office
said the current office was small and
But raised questions about the new
location about security for witnesses
who visit the office and increased
cost for visitors who travel. They are
also hoping for better washroom fa-
cilities and a proper library.
Prosecutors said they will be af-
forded a separate entry into the
building and secure parking arrange-
ments at the mall.
Khan said that the DPP will relo-
cate its San Fernando office to Gulf
City Mall in La Romaine, while the
DPP’s office in Tobago will be shifted
to its Gulf City Mall at Lowlands.
He said the Property and Real Es-
tate Services Division (PRESD) of the
Ministry of Public Administration
and Communications had concluded
negotiations for the office block on
Level Seven at Gulf City Mall, La Ro-
maine, which had been identified for
use by the office of the DPP.
So far, Khan said the list of outfit-
ting requirements and related draw-
ings had been completed, while the
Commissioner of Valuations was the
in the process completing the neces-
sary recommendation to PRESD for
the Gulf City office in La Romaine.
Khan could not say the exact date
the DPP’s San Fernando office will
relocate, but stated that if things
worked according to plan “full occu-
pancy should be possible by June of
Outfitting for Lowlands, Khan said
are almost complete with final works
to be wrapped by the end of Febru-
ary with occupancy taking place on
March 1, 2018.
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