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Tel: 625-2904/Fax: 623-2313 0414042
LADIES UNIFORM SUITING
Under Real Property Ordinance Chapter 27 No. 11, Collateral
Memorandum of Mortgage registered on 11th May 2011, the piece
of land together with the buildings and structures erected and
standing thereon and all appurtenances thereto belonging situated
in the Ward of St. Anns, in the island of Trinidad (Hololo
Mountain Road, Cascade) comprising One Acre Twenty Nine
Perches be the same or delineated and coloured pink in the plan
registered in volume 2394 Folio 439 now also described in certifi-
cate of Title in volume 4765 Folio 321.
1. The Property is being sold "as is" without any responsibility
of the vendor to provide statutory approvals; surveying data
or warranty on its suitability for use for any purpose.
2. The parcel is being sold subject to existing tenancies or
encroachments however formed.
Phone Nos: 225-1111, 225-1101
Bank of Baroda (T&T) Ltd.
Furness House #90 Independence Square, Port of Spain
Wednesday July 10, 2013
The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest bid or any
offer. The property will be sold subject to all rates, taxes and other
outgoings that may be due at the time of the sale. For site visit,
interested persons may contact at Enquiry Numbers.
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The Coast Guard has issued an
appeal to boat handlers to be cautious
of their surroundings and slow down,
especially when approaching the
Public relations officer Lt Com-
mander Kirk Jean-Baptiste yesterday
said the death of 14-year-old Lily
Blaides was unfortunate and must send
a message to boatmen to exercise
extreme caution when coming towards
Blaides died on Saturday when she
was hit by a pirogue driven by a
Las Cuevas fisherman.
The blades of the propeller sliced
her head and other parts of her
body. She died on the way to the
Port-of-Spain General Hospital.
The suspect was later found hid-
ing in a house in Las Cuevas after
police from the North Eastern Divi-
sional Task Force under Insp Roger
Alexander received a tip. A 21-year-
old man was assisting police with
investigation up to late yesterday.
Jean-Baptiste said not only must
boat operators be cautious at all
times but they must have an alert
look-out person capable of seeing
"When approaching the shore,
boat operators must slow right
down and not speed into shore.
The look-out must also be able to
see a safe distance ahead and must
never be under any sort of influ-
ence like drugs or alcohol," Jean-
He also cautioned boat users to
wear life jackets at all times.
A retired senior policeman of
the now disbanded Police Marine
Branch confirmed yesterday there
is no law governing licences for
fishing vessels and pleasure craft.
He said fishermen who own
pirogues and owners of pleasure
craft do not require licences for
However, he explained that if
the owner of a pleasure craft or
pirogue should engage in trans-
porting passengers to and from
beach facilities and other recre-
ational activity, then the owners
need to have a launch licence.
He said the Coast Guard could
only therefore appeal to fishermen
and pleasure craft owners to be
extremely cautious. He said in this
regard the Coast Guard cannot
enforce any law because there is
Contacted yesterday, a
spokesman from the Maritime
Division of the Ministry of Trans-
port, who asked not to be iden-
tified, said a frequent navigational
hazard is failure to slow down in
shallow areas or in unfamiliar
Asked if he believed speed played
a part in Blaides death, the
spokesman said this was a possi-
bility as the incident occurred in
"The incident happened around
5 pm. It was still bright and I
believe the boatman should have
spotted the girl.
"For an impact of that nature
to occur, it would mean there was
indeed speed. The person obviously
did not mean for this to occur, but
should have been more cautious,"
the spokesman said.
Blaides, a student of the El
Dorado West Government
Secondary School, was looking
forward to going into form four
at the start of the new school
term in September.
Her books had already been
Yesterday, her classmates
were coming to terms with the
Blaides' principal Anne-Marie
Persadsingh described her as a
model student who loved
"Her nose was always in a
book," Persadsingh added.
Blaides' mother, Arlene, who
spoke briefly yesterday, said she
was not certain when funeral
arrangements would be
She hoped, however, her
daughter would be buried by
the end of the week at the
Coast Guard tells boat
handlers to be careful
MODEL STUDENT LOST
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