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Wednesday, June 12, 2013 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
Alana J. Jameson
Jameson & Co.
Attorneys at Law
La Joya Complex
Eastern Main Road
Trinidad and Tobago
REAL PROPERTY ACT CHAPTER 56:02
Application 3 of 2009
TITLE TO LAND BY ADVERSE POSSESSION
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF PAT RICARDO
NICHOLSON ALSO CALLED RICARDO NICHOLSON AND
MARY NICHOLSON TO BRING THAT PARCEL OF LAND SITU-
ATE AT DINDIAL TRACE, OFF JERNINGHAM JUNCTION
ROAD, CUNUPIA IN THE WAR OF CHAGUANAS IN THE ISLAND
OF TRINIDAD COMPRISING 1.3721 HECTARES UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT CHAPTER 56:02
NOTICE is hereby given that an application has been made by Pat
Ricardo Nicholson also called Ricardo Nicholson and Mary
Nicholson to have that certain piece or parcel of land described in
the schedule appearing hereunder to be brought under the provi-
sions of the Real Property Act Chapter 56:02 and that a Judge of
the High Court dealing with the said application has ordered that
notice of the application be advertised once per week for four (4)
consecutive weeks in at least two daily newspapers circulating
generally within Trinidad and Tobago and that if no caveat abe
lodged within three months of the date of the first such advertise-
ment, the Registrar General may bring that said lands under the
provisions of the Real Property Act.
ALL AND SINGULAR that piece or parcel of land situate at Dindial
Trace, off Jerningham Junction Road, Cunupia in the ward of
Chaguanas in the Island of Trinidad comprising ONE POINT
THREE SEVEN TWO ONE HECTARES and bounded on the North
by a Road Reserve 7.62 metres wide and by land of Veo Alcala, on
the South by an Existing trace 4.57 metres wide and by Dindial
Trace on the East by Dindial Trace and by a Road Reserve 7.62
metres wide and on the West by lands of Veo Alcala and by an
existing Trace 4.57 metres wide and intersected by a ravine 3.50
Dated this 20th day of May, 2013.
Orlando Nagessar has
called on religious lead-
ers to start entering gov-
ernment schools and
preaching to the student
He made the comment
during an event titled
Time For Prayer, hosted
by pastor Ramdial Ram-
saran, of the Faith and
Victory Centre of Felicity,
at the Pierre Road Recre-
ation Ground, Char-
lieville, on Sunday.
Nagessar said society
had been grappling for
years with the issue of
youth violence and could
no longer afford to wait
for things to happen.
"There are so many
commentaries on crime
and youth behaviour," he
told the gathering.
"The big question is
what are we doing? A lot
of questions are being
asked. What is the
church doing, what is the
temple doing, what is the
mosque doing to trans-
form the lives of these
He said the Education
Act allowed for religious
leaders to go into schools
and undertake such ini-
"The act allows you,
for one or two times for
the week, to actually go
into these institutions
and teach them how to
pray. Prayer seldom takes
place at home," he said.
Nagessar s comments
came against a backdrop
of a recent incident in
which Waterloo Second-
ary student Renaldo
Dixon was killed by
another student on the
The incident has once
again raised the issue of
violence within schools
and among the country s
Nagessar said during
his days as a primary-
school principal with the
Presbyterian Board of
Education, there were
rigid spiritual develop-
ment programmes that
took as much as 90 min-
utes a day. However, he
said policies like this had
taken a back seat in
today s system.
"Although the denom-
Nagessar's plan for youth violence...
Religious heads must
preach in schools
Pensioner Earl John has appeared in the
Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court charged
with three offences, including fraud.
John, 78, of Maloney Gardens, was arrested
and charged last Friday by Fraud Squad offi-
He was later granted $30,000 bail with a
surety, at the police station.
Appearing before Magistrate Marcia Murray
in the Port-of-Spain First Court on Monday,
John was represented by attorney Patrick
The charges include one count of larceny
and two counts of forgery, allegedly committed
between May 23 and June 7.
John was charged with larceny after he
allegedly stole a senior citizen s pension
cheque for $3,000, dated June 1, made payable
to Daniel Chang Brown and drawn on the
Central Bank s account.
He was also charged with forgery on June
7, after he allegedly produced a false ID card
in the name of Michael Craig.
Police also charged John with intent to
defraud on June 7, after he allegedly produced
a senior citizens pension cheque dated June
1, in the name of Daniel Chang Brown, in the
amount of $3,000 and drawn on the Central
Bank s account.
John was not asked to enter a plea as the
charges were laid indictably.
Sgt Callister Charles asked that John s bail
be revoked, as he said John had one conviction
and one pending matter.
Charles said John allegedly committed the
latest offences while out on bail.
In response, Godson-Phillip urged the mag-
istrate not to consider the pending matter,
which the police had chosen to overlook when
they granted bail at the station.
Godson-Phillip said John was willing to
adhere to any conditions set out by the court.
The matter was later adjourned to July 8.
Cpl Mayers of the Fraud Squad laid the
appears in court
inational schools are
some of the better run
schools in the country,
the form of worship in
the schools leaves much
to be desired," he said.
He said religion was
dealt with in a laissez-
faire manner in some
schools, where "the
Lord s Prayer is rattled
out like some parrot and
there is no meaning."
Nagessar said the
boards of denominational
schools should also
ensure that devotion gets
its rightful place in the
During the service, the
congregation also prayed
for Nagessar s wife who
is in hospital awaiting an
operation to fix a leaking
blood vessel to her heart.
Also at the event was
former Chaguanas MP
Sister Villafana, left,
prays for Chaguanas
mayor Orlando Nagessar
during the Time For
Prayer event hosted by
Ramsaran, of the Faith
and Victory Centre of
Felicity, on Sunday.
PHOTO: SHASTRI BOODAN
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