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FOR SALE BY MORTGAGEE
The site comprises of 917 square feet. Classic Tower, No 78 Abercromby Street,
On site is five (5) storey commercial
Enquiries Contact: 623-2961 extension 3289/3292
BIDS ARE TO BE SENT TO:
The Account Manager
Commercial Business Centre
First Citizens Bank
Corner Park and Henry Streets
Bids must follow the guidelines herein given to ensure they are
Bids must be received by 2.00 p.m on September 12, 2013.
No late bids will be considered
1. The Property is being sold "as is" and subject to any statutory
outgoings that may be outstanding at the point of sale.
2. The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
3. Unsuitable bids will not be acknowledged.
Lots Nos. 26 & 27 West Winds, Off Manning Street, Diego Martin
Four Storey Six (6) Apartment Building on 15,101 Square Feet Leasehold Land
(979 years to run)
Lot No. 13 Homestead Gardens, Griffith Trace Extension, Cunupia
Comprising 73,109 Square Feet Land Only
Lot No. 6 Erin Road, Phillipine
3 Bedroom 2 Storeyed Residential / Commercial Building with Restaurant, Pool,
Gazebo on 1.2 Acres of Land
St. Paul Parish, Charlotteville, Tobago
929 Square Metres of Land Only -- Bounded by Charlotteville Estates Ltd
Lot No. 10, Road Reserve, Off Carnbee No. 1 Road, Carnbee, Tobago
Comprising 464.5 Square Metres Freehold Land Only
118 Eastern Main Road Arima (Opp. LP. #616)
Two Storey Residential / Commercial property on 11,500 Square Feet Land
El Quemado Perois Trace, Off El Quemado Road, Talparo
2 Contiguous Parcels of Agricultural Land Comprising 110 Acres 1 Rood 27
Perches Irregular In Shape With Shrubs and Trees.
10 Koon Koon Trace, Malabar, Arima
Single Storey Residential 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom on 5,086 Square Feet Land
Corner Malabar Road and Ackbarali Street East Malabar Arima
Consisting of 3 Apartment Buildings on 943.3 Square Metres Freehold Land
No. 2 (Lot E) Ali Mohammed Avenue, Batchyia Village, Penal
Incomplete 2 Storey House on 490 Square Metres Land
1135 Eastern Main Road, Manzanilla
Freehold Land Only Comprising 10 Acres 3 Roods 7 Perches
Kindly forward sealed offers in writing to:
THE CREDIT MANAGER
P.O BOX 1153, PORT OF SPAIN
"RE: OFFERS FOR SALE"
For further information kindly call 671-4747 at the above extensions.
"The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
Unsuitable offers will not be acknowledged".
A village is covered by mudslide after heavy rain, in Semboku city, Akita
prefecture, northern Japan, yesterday. Torrential rain triggered severe
floods and mudslides in parts of northern Japan---leaving at least three
people dead, officials said yesterday. AP PHOTO
NASHVILLE---Worried they could
be sued by gay couples, some
churches are changing their
bylaws to reflect their view that
the Bible allows only marriage
between one man and one
Although there have been law-
suits against wedding industry
businesses that refuse to serve gay
couples, attorneys promoting the
bylaw changes say they don t know
of any lawsuits against churches.
Critics say the changes are
unnecessary, but some churches
fear that it s only a matter of time
before one of them is sued.
"I thought marriage was always
between one man and one woman,
but the Supreme Court in a 5-4
decision said no," said Gregory S
Erwin, an attorney for the Louisiana
Baptist Convention, an association
of Southern Baptist churches and
one several groups advising church-
es to change their bylaws. "I think
it s better to be prepared because
the law is changing. America is
In a June decision, the US
Supreme Court struck down a pro-
vision of the federal Defense of
Marriage Act that defined marriage
as between a man and a woman
for purposes of federal law. A sec-
ond decision was more technical
but essentially ushered in legal gay
marriage in California.
Kevin Snider is an attorney with
the Pacific Justice Institute, a non-
profit legal defense group that spe-
cialises in conservative Christian
issues. His organisation released a
model marriage policy a few years
ago in response to a statewide gay
marriage fight in California. Snider
said some religious leaders have
been threatened with lawsuits for
declining to perform same-sex
Dean Inserra, head pastor of the
1,000-member City Church Tal-
lahassee, based in Florida, said he
does not want to be alarmist, but
his church is looking into how best
to address the issue.
"We have some gay couples that
attend our church. What happens
when they ask us to do their wed-
ding?" Inserra said. "What happens
when we say no? Is it going to be
treated like a civil rights thing?"
Critics, including some gay
Christian leaders, argue that the
changes amount to a solution look-
ing for a problem.
"They seem to be under the
impression that there is this huge
movement with the goal of forcing
them to perform ceremonies that
violate their freedom of religion,"
said Justin Lee, executive director
of the Gay Christian Network, a
nonprofit that provides support for
gay Christians and their friends
and families and encourages
churches to be more welcoming.
"If anyone tried to force a church
to perform a ceremony against their
will, I would be the first person to
stand up in that church s defence."
Thirteen states and the District
of Columbia now recognise gay
Eric Rassbach is an attorney with
the Becket Fund for Religious Lib-
erty said it was important for
churches to get their beliefs in writ-
ing before a dispute arises, other-
wise it can look to a court as if
something was done after the fact
as an attempt to cover up hostility
to gays. (AP)
by-laws after gay
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