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PROPERTY SITUATE @ #41 ASHRIDGE
PLACE, FAIRVIEW DEVELOPMENT,
TUESDAY 3RD DECEMBER, 2013
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that by the order of RBC
Royal Bank (Trinidad & Tobago) Limited of #55 Independence
Square, in the city of Port-of-Spain and in exercise of the Power
of Sale conferred on mortgages by the Conveyancing and Law of
Property Act Ch. 56:01 and contained in Deed of Mortgage
dated December 5, 2005 registered as No. DE 2006 0009 1270
D001 made between MARK MERLYN GARNER of the One
Part and RBC ROYAL BANK (TRINIDAD & TOBAGO)
Limited (formerly RBTT Bank Limited) of the Other Part
there will be put up for sale by Public Auction by the undersigned
at the Auction Mart at L.P. #161, Eastern Main Road, Petit Bourg,
San Juan between the hours of 10.00 a.m and 11.00 a.m.
THE SCHEDULE HEREIN REFERRED TO:
ALL AND SINGULAR that parcel of land situate in the Ward
of Diego Martin, in the Island of Trinidad comprising
FOURTEEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED AND
SIXTY (14,360) SQUARE FEET and bounded on the North
partly by Lot 47, partly by lands of Moka Estate and partly by Lot
40 on the South partly by Lot 46 and partly by Lot 42 on the East
partly by Lot 40 and partly by Road #3 25 feet wide and on the
West partly by lands of Moka Estate partly by Lot 47 and partly
by Lot 46 and which said piece or parcel of land is delineated
and coloured pink and shown as Lot 41 on the General Plan
marked "A" annexed to Deed registered as No 13569 of 1981 and
on the Plan annexed to the Conyenance and marked "X".
Dated this 18th day of November, 2013.
/S/ Peter Soon
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd
The public is hereby
notified that hopper
barge vessel named
LMCS 4 is now
renamed to R2.
BANGKOK---Protesters in Thailand stormed the
grounds of the national army headquarters yesterday,
asking the military to support their increasingly
aggressive campaign to topple Prime Minister
The army insisted it would not take sides in the dis-
In a letter addressed to the army chief, the protesters
stopped short of calling for a coup but urged military
leaders to "take a stand" in Thailand s spiraling political
crisis and state which side they are on. The crowd of 1,200
people stayed on the sprawling lawn of the Royal Thai
Army compound for two hours before filing out peacefully.
Army commander Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha responded
with a call for the protests to be democratic and law-abid-
"Don t try to make the army take sides because the
army considers that all of us are fellow Thais, so the gov-
ernment, state authorities and people from every sector
must jointly seek a peaceful solution as soon as possible,"
Prayuth said in a statement.
Yingluck has proposed talks but the protesters have
The incursion on the army s turf was a bold act heavy
with symbolism in a country that has experienced 18 suc-
cessful or attempted military coups since the 1930s.
The most recent was in 2006, when the military ousted
Yingluck s brother, former Prime Minister Thaksin Shi-
nawatra, who is living overseas to avoid a corruption con-
viction but is central to Thailand s political conflict.
Protest organisers later declared that tomorrow would
be their "victory day," and told followers to seize all state
ministries, state telecommunications agencies and other
state enterprises, police headquarters and the zoo.
The targets also include the prime minister s offices. In
2008, anti-Thaksin demonstrators occupied those offices
for three months to back their demands that his allies step
For the past week, thousands of anti-government pro-
testers have marched in Bangkok in a bid to unseat Yingluck,
whom they accuse of serving as a proxy for her billionaire
brother. Thaksin is adored by much of the country s rural
poor and despised by the educated elite and middle class
who accuse him of widespread corruption and other
Leaders of the protests say their goal is not just to force
Yingluck out of office but to rid the country of Thaksin s
influence in politics.
The demonstrations have raised fears of new political
turmoil and instability in Thailand. A planned Bangkok
rally today by Thaksin s supporters has raised tensions
Asked if she planned to call early elections, Yingluck
told the BBC that she didn t think snap polls would solve
the country s problem.
"You have to ask (if) the protesters (would be) satisfied
or not," Yingluck said.
Protesters branched out to several spots yesterday, with
another crowd staging a rally outside the headquarters of
Yingluck s ruling Pheu Thai party, where hundreds of riot
police stood guard to prevent them from entering.
A separate crowd of more than 1,000 people marched
through central Bangkok to the US Embassy. Opposition
lawmaker Korn Chatikavanij, a former finance minister,
delivered a letter to an official there denouncing Yingluck s
leadership as illegitimate, in response to a statement from
Washington that expressed concern about the protests.
Explaining how a crowd of unarmed civilians was able
to break into the army compound, Gen. Prayuth said:
"The army did not want to use any force and we didn t
view the protesters as enemies or opponents. They are
actually Thais who have different political opinions." But
he added, "In any case, security measures will be tightened
from now on."
The army compound is next to the United Nations
Asia-Pacific headquarters in Bangkok. (AP)
Protesters storm army base
Calls for Thai leader to go
A Thai soldier stands guard during an anti-
government protest at the Royal Thai Army
compound in Bangkok, Thailand, yesterday. The
protesters stormed into the national army
headquarters, breaking into their latest high-profile
target in a bid to topple Prime Minister Yingluck
Shinawatra. AP PHOTO
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