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To:- All persons having an interest in All and Singular that piece or parcel of
land comprising ZERO POINT ONE THREE NINE TWO HECTARES
(0.1392 ha) situate in the Ward of Cunupia in the Island of Trinidad and
bounded on the North by existing Chin Chin Road on the South partly by
State Lands and by lands of Ramcharan Seenath on the East partly by remaining
lands of the larger parcel of land and by existing Chin Chin Road on the West
by remaining lands of the larger parcel (hereinafter called "the said lands")
and which said lands is a portion of the larger parcel of land comprising
3.9684 hectares formerly Nine Acres Three Roods and Nine Perches and
described in Crown Grant Volume 35 Folio 411.
TAKE NOTICE that the Claimant of L.P. 206, Las Lomas #6, Chin Chin
Road, Cunupia in the Ward of Cunupia in the Republic of Trinidad and
Tobago but currently residing at New York, United States of America has
filed a Fixed Date Claim Form and Statement of Case dated 13th February,
2014 seeking the following reliefs:-
1. A Declaration that the Claimant and her predecessors have been in adverse
possession of and in sole, continuous and exclusive possession since the 24th
November, 1968 of All and Singular that piece or parcel of land comprising
ZERO POINT ONE THREE NINE TWO HECTARES (0.1392 ha) situate in
the Ward of Cunupia in the Island of Trinidad and bounded on the North by
existing Chin Chin Road on the South partly by State Lands and by lands of
Ramcharan Seenath on the East partly by remaining lands of the larger
parcel of land and by existing Chin Chin Road on the West by remaining lands
of the larger parcel (hereinafter called "the said lands") and which said lands
is a portion of the larger parcel of land comprising 3.9684 hectares formerly
Nine Acres Three Roods and Nine Perches and described in Crown Grant
Volume 35 Folio 411.
2. An Order vesting in the Claimant the said lands.
3. An Order directing the Registrar General to endorse in Certificate of Title
Volume 35 Folio 411 the Claimant's ownership and title to the said lands and
to issue a New Certificate of Title for the said lands in favour of the Claimant.
4. Such further and/or reliefs as the Honourable Court may deem just and expedient.
that on the 9th day of May, 2014 the Honourable
Madam Justice Judith Jones directed that Notice of the Fixed Date Claim
Form filed on the 13th February, 2014 together with the adjourned date of
hearing be advertised in a daily newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad
and Tobago once per week for two (2) consecutive weeks.
to defend this Claim you must state this within 8 days after
the advertisement by an Appearance to the Claim Form, (available at the Sub
Registry) which must be lodged at the Sub-Registry of the High Court, San
Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago, Court Street (Tel. 652-2152). You may also
obtain copies of the Fixed Date Claim Form and all related documents at the
Court's Sub-Registry. Therefore any person claiming an interest in the said
parcel of land may intervene by entering an Appearance to these proceedings
at the Court Registry and filing an affidavit setting our the particulars of
that in default of an Appearance to the Fixed
Date Claim Form, the Court may proceed in your absence and may make any
order in considers appropriate.
that the hearing of this application has
been adjourned to the 24th day of July, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. In Court Rm SF
09, Supreme Court, San Fernando.
Dated this 7th day of July, 2014.
ABERDEEN---From Darren Clarke in 2011 to Phil
Mickelson in 2013, the last three winners of the
British Open have honed their links-course game
at the Scottish Open a week earlier.
So perhaps it's no surprise that trend has lured
many top players to the northern tip of Scotland this
week, not just for a tilt at the $850,000 top prize
but also for some practice of the type of shots that
will be required at the year's third major at Hoylake.
Mickelson is a Scottish Open regular who won the
tournament last year before going on to capture the
claret jug at Muirfield. He will face competition this
year from the likes of Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Luke
Donald and fellow Americans Jimmy Walker and
Rickie Fowler when the tournament gets underway
at Royal Aberdeen on Thursday.
The Scottish Open has regained its luster after a
couple of lean years with weak fields, which comes
as no surprise to Mickelson.
"I really believe coming here and playing the week
Mickelson seeks links
prep at Scottish Open
MUNICH---Bayern Munich sporting director
Matthias Sammer says Mario Mandzukic is leaving
the club for Spanish champion Atletico Madrid.
Sammer says, "There is a verbal agreement between
Atletico and Bayern as well as between Atletico and
Mario Mandzukic. Nothing is signed yet. But I think
each other's word can be relied upon."
Media reports have indicated that Atletico agreed
to a transfer fee of around 22 million euros (US$30
million) for the 28-year-old Croatia striker.
Mandzukic, who scored 33 goals and set up eight
more in 54 Bundesliga games for Bayern, had a con-
tract with the club until 2016.
Bayern was to introduce former Borussia Dortmund
forward Robert Lewandowski, effectively Mandzukic's
replacement, later Wednesday.(AP)
Poland striker Robert Lewandowski holds his new
Bayern shirt during his presentation as player of
Bayern Munich in Munich southern Germany,
yesterday. AP PHOTO
MUNICH---Poland striker Robert Lewandowski
says that his "batteries are full" and he is looking
forward to improving as a player at Bayern Munich.
Lewandowski, who joined the Bundesliga cham-
pion on a free transfer from league rival Borussia
Dortmund, said at his presentation yesterday that
his new club is "the yardstick, the club where I can
win many titles."
Lewandowski scored 74 goals and set up 31 more
in 131 Bundesliga games for Dortmund since joining
from Polish side Lech Poznan in 2010.
He helped Dortmund claim the Bundesliga in his
first two seasons at the club, as well as the German
Cup in his second, though the side finished run-
ner-up to Bayern the past two seasons.
"I was four years at Borussia. I knew it was time
to make the next step," he said. "I know that every
new player needs time but I hope the transition
won't take long for me and that I'll be able to give
my best from the first game."
Lewandowski missed out on the World Cup after
his native Poland failed to qualify but that may
prove beneficial for Bayern.
"I feel very well. I had a lovely holiday and my
batteries are full again," the 25-year-old said.
Lewandowski, whose contract expired in the sum-
mer, signed a five-year-deal with Bayern in January,
before completing the season with Dortmund.
Dortmund had declined the opportunity to let
the forward leave for a transfer fee last summer,
after failing to reach an agreement on extending his
charged for new
club Bayern Munich
before the Open, playing in a great links
test like this, is a real asset, an asset
for players from overseas to get accli-
matized to the time and really get accli-
matized to these conditions," Mickelson
said on Wednesday.
McIlroy played with Mickelson for
the first two rounds at Muirfield last
year and saw close up how attuned
the American was to links golf.
After three years at Castle Stuart in
Inverness, the Scottish Open has relo-
cated east to the par-71 Royal Aberdeen,
founded in 1780. It's the world's sixth
oldest golf course.
Mickelson is a big fan of the old
Scottish courses---and of Scotland in
general. And he has learned to embrace
the quirky challenges that characterise
links golf, such as playing in fierce
winds and dealing with the unpre-
dictable bounce on undulating fairways,
which is some feat given his Californian
He mastered it in that stunning two-
week span last summer, culminating
in a 6-under 66 on the final day at
Muirfield that allowed him to pip Lee
Westwood for victory at a third different
Mickelson said he wants some "ter-
rible" weather this week to test his
"I would love to be able to get out
and play in that stuff that I never get
a chance to back home, and have actu-
ally started to play pretty well in over
the years," he said. "I've played some
of my best golf in bad weather."
McIlroy has had mixed success in
Europe this season, winning the BMW
PGA Championship at Wentworth---
the European Tour's flagship event---
in May in the midst of his high-profile
split with tennis star Caroline Wozni-
acki but then missing the cut at his
home Irish Open a month later.
McIlroy hasn't played at the Scottish
Open since 2009 because he felt Loch
Lomond and Castle Stuart---the last
two venues---didn't provide a "true
Royal Aberdeen promises to be much
more penal, with rain and wind forecast
on Thursday, and that's something
McIlroy is relishing.
Rose, the 2013 US Open winner,
ended a yearlong title drought with a
victory at the Quicken Loans National
on the US PGA Tour two weeks ago.
Former top-ranked Donald won the
Scottish Open in 2011 and will partner
with Mickelson in the first two rounds
Nick Faldo, a six-time major winner,
is also in the field and will be playing
his first regular European Tour event
since 2010. (AP)
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