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"THE WATER AND SEWERAGE AUTHORITY LILLIAN HEIGHTS WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER 2012"
1. Notice is hereby given that the Minister of the Environment and Water Resources, in
exercise of his powers under the above Acts, on the 12th day June of 2013 confirmed
without modification the above Order submitted by the Water and Sewerage Authority.
2. The Order as confirmed provides for the acquisition of the freehold interest in the land
and infrastructure comprising the Lillian Heights Wastewater Treatment Plant together
with all easements, rights of way and other appurtenances. The Water and Sewerage
Authority has made this Order in order to ensure the maintenance and operability of the
Wastewater Treatment Plant in the interest of public health and safety.
3. A copy of the Order as confirmed by the Minister and of the map referred to therein have
been deposited at the Legal Services Department, Water and Sewerage Authority, Head
Office, Farm Road, St. Joseph and may be seen during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,
Monday to Friday.
4. The Order as confirmed becomes operative on the date on which this Notice is first
published. A person aggrieved by the Order may, by application to the High Court within six
(6) weeks from that date, challenge its validity. The grounds for the challenge can be
that the authorisation granted by the Order is not within the powers of the Water
and Sewerage Act Chapter 54:40 or that there has been a failure to comply with any
relevant statutory requirement relating to the Order.
All and Singular that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Ward of Arima in the island of
Trinidad comprising One Thousand and Twenty point Four Square Metres (1020.4 m²) (being
portion of the larger parcel of land comprising 14 Acres, 3 Roods and 16 Perches described
in the Schedule to Deed registered as No. 11561 of 1984) and bounded as follows:
On the North partly by a concrete drain and partly by Mountain Mist Crescent on the South
partly by Arima Old Road and partly by an open space known as Lot A4 on the East partly by
Mountain Mist Crescent and partly by an open space known as Lot A4 and on the West partly
by a concrete drain and partly by Arima Old Road and which said piece or parcel of land is
more particularly delineated shown coloured pink as Lot A3 on the survey plan of Colvin
Blaize Trinidad and Tobago Land Surveyor dated 12th April 2012 and annexed hereto and
marked "Plan referred to in THE WATER AND SEWERAGE AUTHORITY (LILLIAN HEIGHTS
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT) COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER 2012".
CONFIRMATION OF A COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER
The Water and Sewerage Act Chapter 54:40
and The Land Acquisition Act Chapter 85:01
TOKYO---US and Japanese officials
are holding talks in Tokyo to overcome
obstacles to Japan s ongoing partic-
ipation in American-led efforts to
forge a regional free trade bloc.
Acting deputy US Trade Represen-
tative Wendy Cutler is heading the US
side in talks on autos, insurance and
non-tariff barriers to trade---sensitive
issues that will require compromise if
the 12 participating countries are to
meet their year-end deadline for a deal.
"We very much look forward to these
negotiations. We have a lot of work to
do, we need to do it quickly, we need
to do it constructively," Cutler said as
the talks began.
The US side is seeking unified stan-
dards for automotive and environmental
safety and deregulation in insurance
The talks are also expected to include
discussion of royalties and conditions
for bidding on public works projects.
"Japan and the United States have
agreed to work together to further
enhance economic growth," said Takeo
Mori, an economy and diplomatic envoy
who heads the Japanese delegation,
told the US side.
"We look forward to fruitful discus-
sions in the coming three days."
The two sides agreed earlier to begin
negotiations on the issues as part of
Japan s membership in formal Trans-
Pacific Partnership negotiations. Japan s
entry into the negotiations took effect
The Japan-US talks are being held
parallel to the main trade pact nego-
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is defying
strong opposition to the trade deal from
some of his conservative Liberal Dem-
ocratic Party s traditional bastions of
support, such as farmers.
The lure for Japan is greater access
to the American and other key markets,
especially in fast-growing Asia.
Including Japan, the dozen countries
participating account for about 40 per
cent of world trade.
Critics of Japan s trade policies view
the talks as a renewed opportunity for
foreigners to try to open its markets
wider in key areas such as autos,
through reforms of taxes, vehicle cer-
tification procedures and safety and
The US had a $76 billion trade deficit
with Japan last year, second only to
that with China. Trade in autos
accounted for two-thirds of the deficit.
Japan, US hold
talks on trade pact
Acting deputy US Trade Representative Wendy Cutler, left, smiles at Japanese Foreign Ministry's Economic
Affairs Bureau Deputy Director-General (Ambassador) Takeo Mori, right, at the start of their meeting for
talks on various issues related to an American-led effort to forge the Trans-Pacific Partnership regional trade
bloc at the ministry in Tokyo. AP PHOTO
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