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THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV 2017-04077
SCOTIABANK TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO LIMITED
NUMBER 8 ROACH TRACE,
TAKE NOTICE that on 13th December 2017 a Fixed Date Claim Form and
Statement of Case was filed against you by Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago
Limited whose Attorney is Hobsons, Attorneys at Law, Third Floor, Sagicor
Centre, 21-25 Independence Avenue, San Fernando, in the High Court of Justice,
San Fernando, T&T, in which the Claimant claims against you the following:
The sum of $80,509.91 and $1,729.84 representing principal
balance and add-on charges (insurance) respectively;
Interest outstanding as at 10th November 2017 in the sum of
$3,798.47 together with agreed interest at the agreed rate of
7.25% or $15.99 per day from 11th November 2017 as well after
as before judgment.
Possession of ALL AND SINGULAR that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Crompstan in the Parish of St. Patrick in the
Island of Tobago comprising Four Hundred and Eighty Six
Point Eight Square Metres (486.8 Square Metres) and bounded
on the North by Lot 4b on the South partly by a Road Reserved
7.5 meters wide and partly by Lot 5a on the East by a Road
Reser ved 7.5 meters wide and on the West by Lot 5a and which
said piece or parcel of land is more particularly delineated and
coloured pink and referred to as Lot No. 5b on the Plan of survey
made by Lyndon Antoine land surveyor dated 5th June 2001 marked
“A” and attached to Deed registered as No. DE200102151123D001.
Such further or other relief.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that as part of an order made on the 15th
2018 by the Honourable Mr. Justice Ronnie Boodoosingh the Claimant was
directed to effect substituted service of the Fixed Date Claim Form and
Statement of Case on you by way of advertisement in a daily newspaper of
general circulation in T&T once weekly for two consecutive weeks.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Case Management Conference is fixed for
28th May 2018 at 9:30a.m. in Cour troom SF-10 at the Supreme Court, San
Fernando, Harris Street, San Fernando.
IF YOU DESIRE to defend this action you must state this, before the expiration
of four teen (14) days from the date of the second advertisement, by lodging
and Appearance to the Fixed Date Claim Form (Form 4) at any Cour t Office of
the Supreme Court (Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain (tel: 223-1060),
Supreme Court, Harris Street, San Fernando (tel: 652-2152/2869/3771) or the
Supreme Court, Barcolet Street, Scarborough, Tobago (tel:639-2640) (copies
of Form 4 are available at any of the said Cour t Offices).
You may obtain copies of the Fixed Date Claim Form, Statement of Case and
Affidavit and all related documents at the Court Office of the Supreme Court,
San Fernando or from the Claimant’s Attorney at Law, Messrs. Hobsons, Third
Floor, Sagicor Centre, Nos. 21-25 Independence Avenue, San Fernando.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that in default of an Appearance to the Fixed
Date Claim Form or your Defence, the Court may proceed in your absence
and make any order it consider appropriate, including entering Judgment in default.
Dated the 7th day of March, 2018.
ASSISTANT REGISTRAR AND DEPUTY MARSHAL
SUPREME COURT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Rihanna has accused
Snapchat of “intention-
ally” shaming victims of
The singer was the
subject of an advert
on the platform which
asked users if they would
“rather slap Rihanna or
punch Chris Brown”.
The ad, which was
for a game, appeared to
reference Chris Brown’s
conviction for assaulting
Rihanna in 2009 while
they were dating.
Snap Inc says the ad
“never should have ap-
peared on our service”.
Rihanna posted a
lengthy comment on an
Instagram Story saying
she was “trying to figure
out what the point was
with this mess”.
“I’d love to call it igno-
rance, but I know you ain’t
that dumb,” she wrote.
The company’s share
price has fallen by more
than four per cent since
A Snap Inc spokesper-
son said: “This adver-
tisement is disgusting
and never should have
appeared on our service.
We are so sorry we made
the terrible mistake of
allowing it through our
Several killed as ‘brand
new’ bridge collapses
MIAMI—A new pedestrian bridge col-
lapsed onto a highway at a Miami-area
college yesterday, crushing at least five
vehicles under massive slabs and kill-
ing several people, authorities said.
Several people were seen being
loaded into ambulances and author-
ities launched search and rescue
missions. Florida Highway Patrol Lt
Alejandro Camacho said there were
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue tweeted
that “multiple” people were injured
when the bridge connecting Florida
International University and the city of
Sweetwater collapsed. The bridge was
still under construction and expected
to open to foot traffic next year.
The $14.2 million bridge crossed
over a busy seven-lane highway that
divided the university’s campus from
Sweetwater. The 950-ton, 174-foot
span was assembled by the side of the
road and installed on Saturday to great
The “accelerated bridge construc-
tion” method was supposed to reduce
risks to workers and pedestrians and
minimise traffic disruption, the uni-
Cristina Rodriguez, a 23-year-old
junior who was on spring break with
other students, said she was not sur-
prised when she heard the bridge col-
“I just felt the bridge was done too
quickly to believe the bridge was sta-
ble and sound to support everything
that was on there,” said Rodriguez,
who was not on campus Thursday
but drives through the intersection
almost daily. (AP)
Emergency personnel respond after a brand-new pedestrian bridge collapsed onto a highway at Florida
International University in Miami yesterday.
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