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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV2012-04785
MARITIME GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED
Before the Honourable Madame Justice Pemberton
Dated the 23rd day of May 2013
UPON READING the Notice of Application of the Claimant sworn and filed
herein on the 14th day of May 2013.
AND UPON considering this Application without a hearing.
IT IS ORDERED AS FOLLOWS:
1. The Claimant is granted an extension of time of two (2) months from
the date of this Order to serve the Claim Form and Statement of Case
filed on the 22nd day of November 2012 on the First Defendant.
2. Personal service of the Claim Form and Statement of Case on the First
Defendant shall be dispensed with and service effected by way of
advertisement of this Order together with a notice to the First
Defendant that a copy of the Claim Form and Statement of Case may be
collected at the office of the Claimant's Attorney-at-Law, in a local daily
newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago, once weekly
for two (2) consecutive weeks.
3. The time limited for entering an Appearance herein is extended to
twenty eight (28) days from the date of the last advertisement.
4. No order as to costs.
A copy of the Claim Form and Statement of Case may be obtained from the
Claimant's Attorney-at-Law at #16 Corner Keate & Gordon Street, San
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A family of four is
now homeless after their
house at Bynoe Trace
Chaguanas, was com-
pletely destroyed by fire
Narad Barran, 32, his
pregnant wife Ria, 28, and
their children Jade, six,
and Jarred, five, narrowly
escaped death when they
fled from the house just
before it collapsed after
being consumed by a
blaze that broke out at 2
am, police said.
Yesterday, when the
T&T Guardian visited the
family, a distraught Bar-
ran claimed the house
known to the family. He
said the man claimed he
was seeing people in the
house and set the fire to
get rid of the persons he
Barran said the man
was taken into custody
by the police after the
Ria said when the blaze
started the electricity was
disrupted and she started
to scream and desperately
searched for her children.
She said they managed
to take the children out
of the house mere
moments before the roof
Barran, a labourer, said
he had nowhere to stay
and is now dependant on
the charitable acts of
Barran said his wife
was expecting their third
child any time this week
and all the items they had
purchased for the baby,
along with all their pos-
sessions and documents,
were destroyed in the fire.
Barran said he had
been living on the land
for the past five years, but
admitted the property
4 homeless after Chaguanas fire
was on State land which
he had applied for but
had yet to get a reply.
Barran made an appeal
to the state and con-
cerned individuals for
assistance and a place to
Police were called to the George St, Port-of-
Spain, community for a second time in under 72
hours to investigate a murder yesterday.
In the latest incident, the victim was identified
as Roberto Khan.
Police said residents reported hearing gunshots
around 12.25 am. The police were called and when
officers arrived they found Khan, of Lastic Street,
East Dry River, with gunshot wounds to his face
near the Eastern Boys Government Primary School.
Only on Friday, police were called to investigate
the killing of Tricia Harriet in one of the apartment
buildings on George Street. Harriet was found shot
to death in her apartment Friday morning, hours
after she had an argument with a group of neigh-
Police said she was killed by a gunman who
stormed into her apartment. The killing sparked
feuding between rival gangs in the East Port-of-
Spain area, forcing police to increase patrols in the
community over the weekend.
on George St
Ria Barran, left, her husband Narad Barran, and their two children Jarred, left,
and Jade, stand in front of the wooden structure they once called home after it
was destroyed by fire yesterday. PHOTO: SHASTRI BOODAN
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