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Civil: Debt Collection
Filing Attorney:- ROMNEY THOMAS -- THR 1995 047
Attorneys-at-Law & Notaries Public
Third Floor, Sagicor Centre
Nos. 21-25 Independence Avenue
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV 2013 - 03319
SAGICOR LIFE INC. Claimant/Applicant
TO: ALANDA GREAVES
NO. 40 SEA TRACE EXT,
TAKE NOTICE that this action has been
commenced against you in the Court Office at Harris Street,
San Fernando, by virtue of Claim Form and Statement of
Case, intituled Claim No. CV 2013-03319 in which Sagicor
Life Inc., a company reincorporated under the Companies
Act of Barbados Chap. 308, whose registered office is
situate at Sagicor Financial Centre, Wildey, in the Parish of
St. Michael, in the Island of Barbados and is registered as an
External Company under the Companies Act, Chap. 81:01 of
the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago, having its Principal Office
situate at Sagicor Financial Centre, Number 16 Queen's
Park West, in the City of Port-of-Spain, in the Island of
Trinidad, claims against you the following:
1. The said sum of $16,127.59 as money received by
the Defendant in respect of advances paid by the
2. Interest at such rate as this Honourable Court deems
4. Such further and/or other relief as to the Honourable
Court may seem just.
And that it has been ordered that service of the Claim Form
and Statement of Case be effected by way of advertisement
in a local daily newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad
and Tobago once weekly for two consecutive weeks.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that you must within
fourteen (14) days from the date of the last publication of this
advertisement, which will appear one week from the date of
this advertisement, enter an appearance form to the Claim
Form and Statement of Case by completing an appearance
form which may be obtained on request from the Attorneys
whose name and address appears above, or by attending
the Court Office, Harris Street, San Fernando, telephone
number 652-4938, Fax 657-1296 on any working day
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday to
Friday and filling out the same in person or by an Attorney in
default of which judgment may be entered against you.
BARCELONA---Barcelona s already injury-hit
squad has received another blow with full back
Adriano ruled out of tomorrow s Champions
League game at Ajax.
Barcelona says that the versatile, yet injury-
prone Brazilian hurt a ligament in his left ankle
during the 4-0 win over Granada on Saturday
and will miss the trip to Amsterdam.
Barcelona says midfielder Xavi Hernandez,
however, has returned to the squad after missing
the Granada match due to a muscle strain in his
The Spanish leaders are without top scorer
Lionel Messi, goalkeeper Victor Valdes, forward
Cristian Tello, and defenders Dani Alves and
Jordi Alba, all due to injury. (AP)
PARIS---A late goal gave Lille a 1-0 victory
over 10-man Toulouse in the French league
yesterday to keep up the pressure on leader
Pape Souare headed in Florent Balmont s
cross at the far post four minutes from time.
It was Lille s only attempt on target.
Toulouse had been forced to play with
10 men for most of the second half after
striker Oscar Trejo was sent off following
a second booking.
Lille goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama had
made a number of saves and he pulled off
another stunning stop to deny Adrien Regat-
tin in the final minute. It was his ninth suc-
cessive clean sheet.
Lille remains second, four points behind
PSG. It is four points ahead of Monaco,
which travels to Nantes later.
Toulouse is winless in its past four match-
es and has slipped to 14th.
Nice fell to its fourth successive defeat
as it lost 1-0 at home to Saint-Etienne.
Mevlut Erding took advantage of a poor
mistake by Nice goalkeeper Lucas Veronese---
who was making his home debut---to score
the only goal of the game in the 23rd minute.
Veronese misjudged a back pass and, as the
ball rolled past the goalkeeper, Erding showed
lightning-quick reactions to run onto it and
slot it into an empty net.
Nice struggled to get past a solid Saint-
Etienne defense and never really troubled
goalkeeper Stephane Ruffier.
Saint-Etienne moved up to sixth with its
first win in four matches. (AP)
BARCELONA---Striker Ikechukwu Uche
scored two goals and earned a penalty in
Villarreal s 3-0 win against 10-man Lev-
ante in the Spanish league yesterday.
Sergio Garcia did one better for Espanyol
in its 4-1 win at 10-man Rayo Vallecano,
earning the dismissal of the opposition goal-
keeper before scoring a hat trick to break
a four-game winless streak for the Catalan
Villarreal s victory in Valencia kept it in
fourth place and in control of Spain s last
Champions League spot.
Uche broke free in the area in the 10th
minute and was brought down by goalkeeper
Keylor Navas, who was shown a direct red
Bruno Soriano stroked in the penalty kick
after Javi Jimenez replaced Navas.
Jimenez kept Levante in the match until
Soriano delivered a through ball for Uche
to score in the 74th. The Nigeria international
scored again with a bicycle kick in the 89th.
"We are just going ahead game by game,"
Uche said. "We are going to try to win all
we can and then we ll see."
Garcia drew a foul from Rayo goalkeeper
Ruben Martinez who was sent off with a
red card in the 25th.
Garcia converted the penalty kick and
then added a second goal for Espanyol from
the spot in the 51st when striker Jonathan
Cordoba was fouled by Anaitz Ariblla.
Saul Niguez gave Rayo some hope with
a headed goal in the 81st. But Garcia man-
aged to toe the ball home while falling back-
wards to seal the win two minutes later.
Substitute Christian Stuani hit on the break
in the 85th to cap Espanyol s much-needed
On Saturday, leader Barcelona didn t miss
the injured Lionel Messi as it eased past
Granada 4-0 to maintain its three-point
advantage over Atletico Madrid, which
demolished Getafe 7-0.
Also, Real Madrid lost Cristiano Ronaldo
to a hamstring injury after he scored in a
5-0 win at Almeria, while Carlos Vela scored
four goals to give Real Sociedad a 4-3 win
over Celta Vigo.
Athletic Bilbao hosts Malaga today. (AP)
FRANKFURT---Hamburger SV rallied to
beat Hannover 3-1 yesterday and plunge
its northern Bundesliga rival deeper into
In the late match, Shinji Okazaki scored
two goals to pace Mainz to a 3-2 victory at
Goals from Milan Badelj, Maximilian Beis-
ter and Hakan Calhanoglu ended Hamburg s
two-match losing run and kept Hannover
winless in seven games.
Szabolcs Huszti had put the visitors ahead
in the 28th but Hamburg fought back and
quickly established control after Badelj s
equalizer three minutes later.
Hannover finished with 10 men following
Salif Sane s second yellow card in stoppage
The win helped Hamburg climb up to
11th, leading Werder on goal difference.
Hamburg is one point and two places above
Hannover, which is three points from the
"We all have to understand finally that
we are in a dangerous situation," Hannover
goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler said. "We
don t have to play beautifully but we have
to get some points."
Hannover got off to a promising start
when Huszti punished mistakes by Ham-
burg s goalkeeper Rene Adler and Tomas
Rincon. Adler kicked the ball to Rincon,
who was surrounded by three Hannover
players and could not control it. Huszti took
advantage to steal the ball and slot past
Badelj replied quickly. Zieler punched a
free kick from Calhanoglu outside the box,
but Badelj fired a perfectly-timed volley
over the goalkeeper into the net.
Beister put the home side ahead for good
less than a minute into the second half with
a diving header from Heiko Westermann s
"We fought back well and deserved to
win," Beister said.
Beister turned provider for Calhanoglu s
goal in the 84th.
Mainz profited from two bizarre mistakes
by Werder goalkeeper Sebastian Mielitz early
in the match.
Mielitz came out far away from his goal
in the seventh minute but did not go for
Sebastian Polter s long ball which Nicolai
Mueller looped over the keeper into the
Ten minutes later, Mielitz misjudged a
high ball from Zdenek Pospech, let it bounce
off the crossbar and Okazaki pounced to
score from close range.
Okazaki s clinical finishing from a coun-
terattack made it 3-0 in the 70th, before
Eljero Elia and Franco Di Santo scored in
the last five minutes to make the finish
Bremen fell to its second straight loss,
while Mainz won its second straight. (AP)
Hamburg's Jonathan Tah, right, vies for the ball with Hannover's Salif Sane, left, and
Mame Diouf during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and
Hannover 96 at Imtech Arena in Hamburg, Germany, yesterday . AP PHOTO
injured, to miss
Ajax match Hamburger causes more
distress for Hannover
Late goal puts Lille pasts Toulouse
Villarreal cruises past 10-man Levante
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