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Property Situate @ #122 Aurora Avenue, Sunrise
Sale for: Tuesday 23rd July, 2013
Public Notice is hereby give that by the order of RBC
Royal Bank Trinidad and Tobago Limited of #55
Independence Square, in the City of Port of Spain and
in exercise of the Power of Sale conferred on mort-
gagees by the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act
Ch. 56:01 and contained in Deed of Mortgage dated
December 30, 2010 registered as No. DE 2011 0026
9344 DOO1 made between ANTHONY HUTCHIN-
SON also called ANTHONY RICHARDS-HUTCHIN-
SON of the One Part and RBC Royal BANK
(TRINIDAD & TOBAGO) LIMITED (formerly RBTT
Bank Limited) of the Other Part there will be put up
For sale by Public Auction by the undersigned at my
Auction Mart at L.P #161, Eastern Main Road Petit
Bourg, San Juan on Tuesday 23rd July, 2013 between
the hours of 10:00 am and 11:00 am.
The Schedule Herein Referred to:
ALL AND SINGULAR that parcel of land situate at
Tacarigua, in the Ward of Tacarigua, in the Republic of
Trinidad and Tobago (being portion of Iands described
in title Eighth parcel of land in the Second Schedule to
Deed registered as No. 16629 of 1975 and known as
Cane Farm Estate and St. Clair Estate and also
described in the First Schedule to the Lease) com-
prising FOUR Hundred and Seventy-Six Point Zero
(476.0) Square Metres and bounded on the North by
Lot No. 121 and by a Road Reserve 10.00 metres
wide on the South by Lot No. 123 and by a Multiple
Family Site No. 2 on the East by Lot No. 121 and by a
Multiple Family Site No. 2 and on the West by Lot No.
123 and by a Road Reserve 10.00 metres wide and
which said parcel of land is known as "Lot No. 122"
and shown on the Amended General Plan marked "A"
and annexed to the Deed of Lease dated 2nd day of
February, 1999 and registered as No. 4773 of 1999.
Dated this 11th day of July, 2013
/s/ Peter Soon
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd.
Russia s agency responsible for the Kremlin
security is buying typewriters---a move report-
edly prompted by recent leaks by WikiLeaks
and Edward Snowden.
An order for electric typewriters has been
placed by the FSO agency on the state procure-
The FSO has not commented on why it needs
the old-fashioned devices. But an agency source
told Russia s Izvestiya newspaper the aim was
to prevent leaks from computer hardware.
"After scandals with the distribution of secret
documents by WikiLeaks, the exposes by Edward
Snowden, reports about Dmitry Medvedev being
bugged during his visit to the G20 London summit
(in 2009), it has been decided to expand the
practice of creating paper documents," the source
The source added that typewriters were already
being used at Russia s defence and emergencies
ministries for drafts and secret notes, and some
reports had been prepared for President Vladimir
Putin by typewriter.
WikiLeaks grabbed world headlines in 2010
by releasing hundreds of thousands of US state
department diplomatic cables, including secret
files relating to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Russia has not received an asylum bid from
fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden,
Moscow officials say.
In his first appearance since fleeing to a Moscow
airport from Hong Kong three weeks ago, Snowden
had said he would apply to Russia on Friday.
He wants to go to Latin America where he has
Kremlin security agency
to buy typewriters
'to avoid leaks'
Russia 'has not received' Snowden asylum bid
been offered asylum.
The US has charged the former CIA con-
tractor with leaking classified information
and accused Russia of giving him a "pro-
The director of the Russian migration
service, Konstantin Romodanovsky, said yes-
terday that no request had been made.
Russia s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov,
meanwhile, told reporters at a foreign min-
isters meeting in Kyrgyzstan: "We are not
in contact with Snowden."
"To acquire political asylum, Russian laws
presuppose a certain procedure, and the first
step towards it is to apply to the Federal
Migration Service," Lavrov said.
The remarks show Russia is keeping the
fugitive at arm s length, analysts say.
US President President Barack Obama
called his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin
on Friday to discuss the situation, although
details of the call were not divulged.
Snowden has been stuck in the transit
area of Sheremetyevo airport---reportedly
staying at the airport s Capsule Hotel---since
arriving from Hong Kong on 23 June.
The Kremlin s position is that the fugitive
can stay in Russia as long as he stops leaking
secrets about US surveillance schemes.
The US says Moscow s position is incom-
patible with Russia s assurances that they
do not want Snowden to further damage
The American has sent requests for polit-
ical asylum to at least 21 countries, most of
which have turned down his request. How-
ever, Bolivia, Nicaragua and Venezuela have
indicated they could take him in.
But he is unable to leave the transit zone
without asylum documents, a valid passport
or a Russian visa---he reportedly has none
of these documents. (AP)
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