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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV2012-00676
GULF INSURANCE LIMITED
TELSTAR CABLE SYSTEMS LIMITED Defendant
Before the Honourable Mr. Justice R. Rahim Dated the 3rd July, 2013
Upon this matter coming up for a hearing
And Upon Hearing Attorney-at-Law for the Claimant and Attorney-at-Law for
the Defendant not appearing and unrepresented.
It Is Ordered that:
1. The Petition dated 24th January, 2013 is to be re-advertised.
2. The Petition is adjourned to 27th September, 2013 at 9.10 a.m in
THE HONOURABLE MR JUSTICE RICKY RAHIM
SUPREME COURT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
To: Roger Mark Kawalsingh
No. 16 corner Keate and Gordon Street
Nature of Case: Debt Collection/Money Due and Owing
Filing Attorney: Roger Mark Kawalsingh - KAR 1993019
No. 16 Corner Keate & Gordon Street
Telephone: (868) 652-8093
Fax (868) 652-3057
IN THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
SUB REGISTRY, SAN FERNANDO
Claim No C.V. 2012 - 00676
IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT CHAP 81:01 AND IN
THE MATTER OF TELSTAR CABLE SYSTEMS LIMITED
To His Honour the Chief Justice and Their Honours the Puisne Judges
The Humble Petition of Gulf Insurance Company Limited a Limited Liability
Company having its registered office at #1 Gray Street St Clair Port-of- pain
showeth as follows:-
1. The Telstar Cable Systems (hereinafter called 'the Company'), was in the
month of October 2004.
2. The Registered office of Company is at #20 Foster Road Sangre Grande.
3. The Company was established for the purpose of providing Public
Broadband Wireless Services. In order to do so it was necessary for the
company to obtain a broadcasting license from the Telecommunications
Authority of Trinidad and Tobago ('the authority'). It is against this back
ground that the Company's Managing Director, Michael Simeon
approached the Petitioner's then Managing Director, Gerard Lee Inniss
for a short term loan in the sum of $1,300,000,00 USD from which the
sum of $7,800,000.00 TTD would be paid to the Authority for the obten
tion of the broadcasting license. It was specifically agreed that the said
sum of $1,300.000.00 USD would be repaid within 28 days of August
22nd 2008 together with interest at the rate of 8 % per annum at the end
of 90 days ('the Agreement').
4. Pursuant to the petitioner lent the-company the said sum of $1,300,000.00
USD. From this sum $7,800,000.00 was paid to the Authority.
5. On February 16th 2012 the petitioner instituted proceedings against the
company and May 17th obtained a default judgment against the company.
True copies of the said proceedings as well as an office copy of the default
judgment are hereto annexed and marked "A".
4. The Company is indebted to your Petitioner in the sum of $9,919,171.36
together with interest at the rate of 12% per annum from 3rd May 2012
until payment pursuant to a judgment entered in the High Court
Proceedings Number CV 2012-00676 intituled Gulf Insurance Limited
and Telstar Cable Systems Limited.
5. Your Petitioner has written to the company for the payment of this debt,
but the company has failed and or refused to pay the same or any part
thereof. True copies of the demand letters that were sent to the company
are hereto annexed and marked "B".
6. The Company is unable to pay its debts.
7. In the circumstances it is just and equitable that the company be wound up.
Your Petitioner therefore humbly prays as follows:
(1) That the above company be wound up under the provisions of the
(2) Or such other order may be made in premises as shall be just.
It is intended to serve this petition on Telstar Cable Systems Limited.
STATEMENT OF TRUTH
I, Leon Williams of #88 Sisters Road, Williamsville certify that all facts set out
in the Petition are true to the best of my knowledge, information and belief.
District Manager (South)
Gulf Insurance Limited
Dated this 24th day of January, 2013
We are acting for the Petitioner, our address for service is: Mr Roger Mark
Kawalsingh, Attorney---At-Law, 316 corner Keate & Gordon Street, San
Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago. Telephone No 652-8093 Fax 652-3617.
Roger Mark Kawalsingh
Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner
Any person who intendeds to appear at the hearing of the Petition on the 27th
September, 2012 either to either to oppose or support, must send notice of his
intention to the petitioner; or to his Attorneys-at-Law within the time and man-
ner prescribed by Rule 26 of the Company Winding Up Rules Chapter 81:01.
The Court Office is at Harris Street, San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago and between
8.00 a.m and 4.00 p.m. Mondays to Fridays except holidays and court Holidays.
To: The Registrar of the Supreme Court
Hall of Justice
To: The Registrar of Companies
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