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Friday, February 23, 2018
For Our Beloved
Nikisha Felecia Rahamut
We are sad to announce the passing of our beloved one. She returned to the lord peacefully on
Monday 19th of February, 2018 at the age of 38. She will be lovingly remembered as the
Common-Law Wife of Steve Joseph. Dear Daughter of Bernadette George & the late Nabbie
Rahamut. Sister of Dimple, Karen, Fareed & Junior. Niece of Pearl Peters (God Mother)
& Beulah Soojhai of the US. Cousin of Cassius, Jenelle, Nigel, Michelle, Kordell & many
others. Devoted Aunty of Daniella, Daniel, Emmanuel, Elijah, Jeremiah & Xai~Renee.
Loving Friend of the MOW Staff & many others
Her Home Going Service will be held on Saturday 24th February, 2018 at 10:00 am, at the
Simpsons Memorial Limited Funeral Chapel, # 63 EMR, Laventille.
Followed by a private cremation.
Rest In Peace Our Beautiful Flower
COMMERCIAL: (DEBT RECOVERY)
Filing Attorney: Aisha Donawa
Bar No. DOA2010038
M.G . DALY AND PARTNERS
Attorneys-at-Law and Notaries Public
115A Abercromby Street
Port of Spain
Tel: 623-4013 Fax: 627-5006
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV2017-04294
RBC ROYAL BANK (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO) LIMITED
(Formerly RBTT BANK LIMITED)
JASON CRANSTON NICK GILL
TO: JASON CRANSTON NICK GILL
NO. 46 L’ANSE MITAN ROAD
Pursuant to the Order of the Honourable Mr. Justice Robin Mohammed dated
9th February, 2018 you are hereby served.
TAKE NOTICE that an action has been commenced against JASON CRANS-
TON NICK GILL in the High Court of Justice as Claim number CV2017-04294
by RBC ROYAL BANK (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO) LIMITED in which the
Claimant claims against the Defendant:
(i) The sum of $75,234.33 being monies due and owing to it by the
Defendant under the terms of a Mortgage Bill of Sale dated the 17th day
of January, 2014 and registered as No. BS201400170944D001;
(ii) Interest; and
AND THAT service on you of the Claim Form and Statement of Case issued
in this action on the 27th day of November, 2017 is effected by this advertise-
ment once per week for two (2) consecutive weeks.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that JASON CRANSTON NICK GILL must
within fourteen (14) days from the last date of publication of this advertisement
whichever is the later, acknowledge service of the said Claim Form and State-
Street, Port-of-Spain the prescribed form of the Appearance, which may be
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that if no Appearance is entered within the
said fourteen (14) days from the last date of publication of this Advertisement,
then the Claimant may proceed against you and judgment will be given in
Dated this 23rd day of February, 2018
Sale submissions are invited for the purchase of the following items:
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 20th March, 2018
TIME: 1:30 P.M.
Mr. Kwame Tuckett
Contact No. 636-8107
Ext. 9190 or 9191
Disposal of Obsolete and Damaged
· Mazda T3500 (TAY 6502)
· Mazda T3501 (TAY 6503)
· Mazda T3502 (TAY 6504)
· Mazda T3503 (TAY 6508)
· Ford Ranger (TCL 5247)
· International Pitman Pole Cat Digger
Site Visit Information
Sale 04-18: Please note that the site visit is scheduled for Tuesday 6th March 2018
at 10:00 a.m., at Central Distribution Area, Lisas Boulevard, Pt Lisas, Couva.
Tenderers visiting the location are required to be outfitted with the appropriate
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which includes safety boots.
Note: Sleeveless T-shirts and Short Pants are NOT permitted. No Tenderer will be
allowed on site, unless properly outfitted.
CONDITIONS OF SALE:
1. Sale submissions MUST be placed in the Tender Box provided in the lobby of the
Supplies Department, LP #846 Southern Main Road, King Village, California,
Trinidad and Tobago. This can be done on any working day of the week (Monday -
Friday) between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m but
not later than 1:30 p.m. on the respective closing dates.
2. Each bid must be SEPARATELY enclosed in a PROPERLY SEALED ENVELOPE with the
SALE NUMBER CLEARLY MARKED ON THE FACE.
3. All bids will be subject to V.A.T. but should be exclusive of V.A.T.
4. The Commission does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
5. It is the Commission's practice not to enter
into negotiations after awards have been
6. Tenderers are required to make a refundable deposit of
ten percent (10%) of their bid price at the time of
tendering by way of a certified cheque. Cheques will be
returned to the unsuccessful tenderers. Winning
tenderers who cancel their bids will not be refunded
7. Tenderers are required to visit the location and view the
items as bids tendered will be final and the items are
being sold on an "as is", "where is" basis.
8. Prospective tenderers may be asked to submit a plan for
disposal of the item, or may have to undergo a safety
audit before the sale is awarded.
9. THE SUCCESSFUL TENDERER WILL BE REQUIRED TO
REMOVE ALL ITEMS FROM THE COMPOUND WITHIN
SEVEN (7) WORKING DAYS OF BEING AWARDED THE
SALE. IN THE CASE OF TRANSFORMERS, ANY SPILLAGE
OF TRANSFORMER OIL WHILE REMOVING WILL HAVE TO
BE MOPPED UP WITH THE APPLICATION OF AN
ADEQUATE ABSORBENT PILLOW PROVIDED BY THE
10. The Tenderer must ensure that all their personnel are
equipped with the appropriate PPE upon arriving at the
site to remove the item. An onsite safety orientation may
be administered prior to removing the item.
11. On removal of the item, the contractor must ensure
that the area is left in a clean and safe manner with all
debris being removed.
For further information please refer to our website:
Corporation to repair orphan road
Repair work to Boodoo Highway will
begin on Monday, says Terry Martin
Rondon, chairman Sangre Grande
He was speaking at the council’s
monthly statutory meeting, held at
the Council Chamber, corner Ram-
dass Street and Eastern Main Road
Sangre Grande yesterday.
Last Sunday resident protested
the deplorable condition of the road
which Works and Trasport Minister
Rohan Sinanan described as an or-
phan road — not under the purview
of the regional corporation nor the
Ministry— since it was constructed
by a private land developer.
The issue was first highlighted on
the CNC3 App My Eye feature.
Rondon told residents who at-
tended yesterday’s meeting that
they must not leave with the belief
that council does not care about
“We will visit you and see how
best we can help you,” he said.
“Boodoo Highway has had poor
representation and it is only in the
latter part some concern had been
shown to residents,” Rondon said.
“I will make sure the trucks
loaded with material come in and
have the road repaired, beginning
on Monday from 10 am,” Rondon
Rondon warned councillors to
educate residents before making
negative decisions. He said he was
aware that councillors become pas-
sionate with the people who they
represent, as himself.
He emphasised that councillors
should forget the symbols of polit-
ical parties, as he always says, and
think about people.
He also told
the people that
the policy of re-
tions is not to go
on roads that do
not fall under the corporation.
Rondon said there are some coun-
cillors who are going about doing
things in the incorrect way.
“They are fully aware that money
is not coming to the corporation and
the reason for roads and drains not
being fixed, is because we cannot
afford it,” he said.
Rondon said that they have to ask
for materials to be donated and the
corporation will provide the labour.
St Albans Quarry, he said, will be
giving the corporation materials to
repair Boodoo Highway on Monday.
A resident demonstrates the depth of a pot-hole with a stick on Sunday.
PICTURE RALPH BANWARIE
assaults police A13
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