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DE LA BASTIDE & JACELON
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO:
In The High Court Of Justice
IN THE ESTATE OF
DOROTHY KATHLEEN GRANSAULL - Deceased late of
the City of Burlington in the Regional Municipality of Halton
Province of Ontario Canada
Who died on the 14th day of March, 2008
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that after the expiration of four-
teen (14) days from the date hereof, application will be
made in the Registry of the High Court of Justice for the
sealing of the Certificate of Appointment of Estate Trustee
with a Will of DOROTHY KATHLEEN GRANSAULL -
Deceased late of the City of Burlington in the Regional
Muncipality of Halton Province of Ontario Canada granted
by the Superior Court of Justice of No. 491 Steeles Avenue
East Milton Ontario Canada on the 20th day of March, 2013.
Dated the 5th day of August, 2013
de la Bastide & Jacelon
17-19 Pembroke Street
Port of Spain Attorneys-at-Law
for Edward Albert Collier and
Mark Joseph Laquis the lawful
attorneys of Frances Elizabeth
Gransaull the Executrix named
in the Will of the above-named
Lyndira Oudit sent out a call to political "fence
sitters" on Saturday night, warning them that sit-
ting on the fence could cause them to split. She
said she wanted to remain whole, "so I resigned."
Oudit, an interim deputy political leader of the
Independent Liberal Party (ILP), made her debut
Oudit makes debut
at ILP election launch
at the party s local government election campaign
launch at Auzonville, Tunapuna.
Just days after resigning as a member of the
United National Congress (UNC) and Senate vice-
president, she told ILP supporters that neither the
People s Partnership nor the People s National
Movement (PNM) were worthy of citizens votes.
Oudit said the PNM s victory in the THA elections
earlier this year was not a vindication of the oppo-
sition party since they spent more time focusing
on ILP interim leader Jack Warner than on relevant
She described members of the PP government
as "ungrateful" for their treatment of Warner.
"It was Warner who put them in office," she
Oudit said some parliamentarians had been boast-
ing of newfound wealth obtained by corrupt means,
multimillion-dollar contracts managed by family
members, public officials getting new properties
and businesses in Canada and India, and money
transfers to foreign destinations, with "Panama
being a preferred choice."
Among those at the ILP launch was businessman
Inshan Ishmael who told the T&T Guardian: "The
ILP is the only option!"
He said the PP, which he once supported, stood
for lack of representation and broken promises.
ILP chairman Danny Montano opened the meet-
ing by reiterating Warner s claim that Laventille
had gone green and introduced former UNC sup-
porter Dane Francois to address the meeting.
Francois said the ILP was the only alternative to
the PP since in the "other party" there is "a mayor
waiting to launch an insurrection."
leader of the
Warner and his
Oudit chat at
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