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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
NO. 137 OF 2013
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
CHAPTER 56:02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
Sheila Lalla of No. 22 Quarry Road Siparia,
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless
good cause to the contrary is shown within four-
teen days from the publication of this notice the
Registrar General of Trinidad and Tobago will
issue a new Certificate of Title in respect of that
piece of land situate in the Ward of Toco in the
Island of Trinidad comprising Ten Acres And
Three Perches be the same more or less delin-
eated and coloured pink and described in the
Crown Grant in Volume 16 Folio 275 and
bounded on the North by Crown Land on the
South by the Toco Road on the East by lands of
Nicolas Laurent and by Crown Land and on the
West by Crown Land and by the Toco Road and
now described in Certificate of Title Volume
1309 Folio 185.
Dated this 9th day of January, 2014.
LONDON---Israel s Davis Cup match against
Argentina next month is being moved out
of the country because of the conflict in Gaza.
The September 12-14 World Group playoff
will not go ahead as scheduled in Tel Aviv
"due to concerns arising from the military
conflict between Israel and Hamas," the Inter-
national Tennis Federation said yesterday.
The ITF said the match will be moved to
a neutral venue outside Israel or to Argentina.
The ITF s Davis Cup Committee made the
decision after a risk assessment of the situation
in Israel and Gaza. "The committee determined
that, while the military conflict seemed to be
slowing down, there was no certainty that
this would be the case at the time of the tie
that is due to take place in five weeks," the
ITF said in a statement.
"The committee felt that its first priority
was to ensure the safety of the players, officials
and the public and regretfully decided that
the tie would not be held in Israel as originally
Israel has the option of nominating a neutral
venue in a different country. If approved by
the ITF, Israel will still be considered the home
nation and have the financial responsibility
of running the event.
If Israel does not agree to play in a neutral
venue, the ITF said, the committee has the
right to schedule the match on a neutral ground
or in Argentina.
"The situation in Israel is very fluid at the
moment and yet security in Israel is of an
exceptionally high standard," Davis Cup Com-
mittee chairman Juan Margets said. "Ultimately
the outcome rested on the lack of certainty
of the situation at the date of the tie, on the
decision of other sports not to compete in
Israel at this time and on the ITF s duty to
ensure the safety of players, officials and spec-
The ITF decision came three days after the
men s ATP tour canceled the inaugural Israel
Open that was set to be played Sept. 15-21 in
Tel Aviv, because of security concerns. It would
have been the first ATP tournament held in
Israel since 1996.
UEFA has already barred Israeli football
clubs from playing European matches at home
because of the Israel-Hamas conflict.
The European Short-Course Swimming
Championships in Israel have been postponed
by a year until 2015. The European swimming
federation did not mention the military conflict
in announcing its decision.
ITF rules out Israel as Davis Cup venue
INDIANAPOLIS---Former No. 1 NBA draft pick Greg
Oden has been arrested in Indianapolis on misde-
meanor battery charges.
Marion County Jail records show that Oden was
booked Thursday on the charges. He was arrested
by police in the suburban community of Lawrence.
Details were not immediately available. The 7-foot
Oden was a star at Lawrence North High School in
Indianapolis and then played a season at Ohio State
before the Portland Trail Blazers made him the top
pick in the 2007 NBA draft.
Knee injuries have derailed his career and he didn t
play from December 2009 until returning to the
court this past season with the Miami Heat. He
played in 23 games, averaging 2.9 points. He is now
a free agent.
2007 top NBA pick Oden
arrested in Indianapolis
LAUSANNE---Two-time Olympic cross-country
skiing champion Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle of Ger-
many wants sport s highest court to cut her two-
year ban for doping at the Sochi Games to three
The Court of Arbitration for Sport says Sachen-
bacher-Stehle is requesting a fast-track process to
appeal her suspension by the International Biathlon
Union. Her two-year ban took effect February 17, the
day she tested positive for the banned stimulant
Sachenbacher-Stehle, who was stripped of her
fourth-place finish in biathlon mass start, claims she
took the substance inadvertently in a dietary sup-
plement. CAS says she seeks a reduced ban of three
months, which she has already served.
Biathlete seeks reduced
ban for Olympic doping
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