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THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
FEDERATION OF ST. KITTS AND NEVIS
ST. CHRISTOPHER CIRCUIT
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT: CAP. 10.19
FIRSTCARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL BANK
LEMON GROVE COMPANY LIMITED
NOTICE OF SALE
The Properties described below will be offered for sale by The Registrar of The Supreme
Court by public auction at The Judicial and Legal Services Complex, East Independence
Square, Basseterre, St Kitts on Thursday the 23rd day of May, 2013 at 3.00 o'clock in the
The successful bidders will be required to pay at the time of sale a deposit of one fourth of
their accepted bid and the balance within one month from the day of sale.
Possession of the properties will be given to the purchaser on payment of the deposit. Any
taxes due on the said properties must be paid by the Purchaser.
The Purchaser will, after payment in full of the purchase price, obtain from the High Court
of Justice, Certificates of Title to the properties.
The Properties will be available for inspection prior to the date of sale by appointment with
the Registrar of the Supreme Court.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTIES
All Those lands and hereditaments situate in the town of Dieppe Bay in the Island of St.
Christopher of the extent of One Thousand five hundred and forty five square yards and
bounded as follows, that is to say: on the North and North East by tbe sea shore, on the
East by the Public Street, on the South partly by lands of the proprietors of the Estridge
Estate in thc parish of Christ Church Nichola Town and partly by lands now in the occupa-
tion of Elizabeth Cannonier and on the West by the Public Road or Street;
All That lot piece or parcel of land situate at Caines Estate Yard in the Parish of Saint John
Capisterre in the island of Saint Christopher and bounded as follows, that is to say: on or
towards the North East partly by the Caribbean Sea 1233.3 feet and partly by lands of
Caines Estate 66.6 feet, on or towards the South East by Caines Pasture 638.8 feet, on or
towards the South West partly by the Island Main Road 734.27 feet and partly by lands of
Caines Estate 177 feet and on or towards the North West partly by lands of Caines Estate
189.S feet and 188.1 feet and partly by other lands of Lemon Grove Company Limited 391.4
feet and containing by admeasurement 14.112 acres;
All That lot piece or parcel of land situate at Caines Pasture in the Island of Saint
Christopher and bounded and measuring as follows, that is to say: on or towards the North
East by the Caribbean Sea 224.09 feet, on or towards the South East partly by the
Caribbean Sea 35.41 feet and partly by other lands of Lemon Grove Company Limited
310.93 feet, on or towards the South West by Golden Lemon Hotel 15. 00 feet and on or
towards the North West partly by Golden Lemon Hotel and partly by the Caribbean Sea
560.98 feet and containing by admeasurement 1.366 acres; save and except the privately
owned properties namely Units No. A2, No. A1 and No. B4 of the Lemon Grove
The upset price for the above properties shall be:
(i) Caines Estate - US$5,461,636.50 - Same being Register Book N2 Folio 172
(ii) Golden Lemon Inn & Villas - US$2,439,488.00 - Same being Register Book R1 Folio 113
and Register Book N2 Folio 173 save and except Condominiums No. A2; No. A1 and No. B4
of the Lemon Grove Condominium Development.
Dated the 3rd day of April 2013
MADRID---Second-ranked Roger Fed-
erer was ousted by Kei Nishikori of
Japan 6--4, 1--6, 6--2 in the third round
of the Madrid Open yesterday, leaving
Rafael Nadal as the clear title favourite.
After recovering from Nishikori s
strong start on the Caja s Magica s new
red clay courts, Federer looked like he d
found his stride as he roared back in
the second set.
But Nishikori reasserted his ground
game in the decider after breaking the
defending champion for a 3--1 advantage
and held on for the surprising victory
to reach the quarterfinals.
Nishikori said beating Federer after
losing their only previous meeting was
one of the high points of his still young
"He was my idol and to beat him
was one of the goals for my tennis
career," the 16th-ranked Nishikori said.
"Beating Roger is, yeah...I need a couple
of days to celebrate."
Federer s early exit leaves Nadal as
the apparent front-runner after world
No 1 Novak Djokovic bowed out on
Earlier, Nadal cruised into the quar-
terfinals with a 6--2, 6--3 victory over
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova
also reached the quarters in straight
Federer came to Madrid after a
seven-week layoff. The Swiss star
said the gusting winds hurt his
game, but he gave all the credit to
"He was the better player today
for sure," said Federer, who besides
winning here last year had also
won in 2006 and 2009. "I was
lacking control from the baseline
and that carried through from start
to finish. Overall I m disappointed
with my play."
Federer said he will not change
his plans, as he will now train for
Rome and then the French Open.
This was Nishikori s fourth win
over a top-five opponent. He beat
world No 1 Djokovic in 2011 and
has downed David Ferrer twice.
Nishikori will play Pablo Andujar
after he advanced when fellow
Spaniard Daniel Gimeno-Traver
Nadal s commanding win over
Youzhny featured an entire array
of winning shots.
Having already established con-
trol by stealing Youzhny s second
service game, Nadal kept a point
alive with a deft no-look backhand
flick before nailing a winner down
the line to hold his serve and
delight his fans.
The fifth-ranked Spaniard then
broke Youzhny again by dinking
the ball over the net while on the
run, giving it so much backspin it
twisted away from the Russian.
Nadal, who is searching for his
seventh straight final since return-
ing from injury, improved to 28
wins and two losses on the year.
He will next play either David Fer-
rer or Tommy Haas.
Nadal said he was still feeling
pain in his right knee that had
sidelined him with a nagging case
"Sometimes I have pain," Nadal
said. "I try to avoid talking about
it as much as possible, whisper
it. With respect to my rivals it s
not the moment to analyse how
Also, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga rallied
back to oust Fernando Verdasco
4--6, 6--3, 6--2, while Tomas
Berdych defeated Kevin Anderson
of South Africa 7--6 (5), 7--5, to
make the final eight.
In the women s event, the top-
seeded Williams dispatched Maria
Kirilenko of Russia 6--3, 6--1, after
Sharapova put away Sabine Lisicki
of Germany 6--2, 7--5.
Despite slowing her usually blis-
tering serves, Williams dominant
performance made Kirilenko with-
er after she dropped the first set
with one of several unforced errors.
"I just felt really relaxed, like I
was taking my time," said Williams,
adding that she went for precision
over speed on serve.
The defending champion bat-
tered Kirilenko with her strong
return game, working the 12th-
ranked Russian back and forth on
the baseline with her precise fore-
"I had been missing my serve
when I was hitting it harder, so I
took some pace off," Williams said.
"It was easy because when you
take off pace you don t hit as hard
and don t exhaust as much energy.
And hitting a serve or a winner
are both fun."
Williams will take on local
favorite Anabel Medina Garrigues,
who reached the quarterfinals after
Yaroslava Shvedova withdrew with
a right arm injury.
Sharapova will face Kaia Kanepi
next after she defeated Daniela
Hantuchova 6--3, 6--4.
Federer loses to Nishikori at Madrid Open
Kei Nishikori from Japan returns the ball during the match against Roger
Federer from Switzerland at the Madrid Open tennis tournament, in Madrid,
yesterday. AP PHOTO
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