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BankCrozier(2)
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
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Posted: 8/20/2010 7:38:12 AM

By: Mr. Minit

Unfortunately has the honourable gentlemen Garvey Louison faild to upload this important ruling from the cort as of May, 15.

"That the Liquidator of Bank Crozier Limited (In Liquidation) Mr. Garvey Louison is hereby authorised to institute a claim in the name of Bank Crozier Limited against RBTT Grenada Limited of Grand Anse, St. George's Grenada for damages and losses, interest and costs and such further and other relief sustained as a result of its release disbursement and/or transfer of the sum of US$2,000,000.00 from its account held herein to BCIL (St. Lucia) in Liquidation in breach of the Order of the Court, particularly the Orders dated 29th November 2005 and 21st December 2005."


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 8/23/2010 2:13:54 PM

By: Mr Minit

Unfortunately not but you can contact the Supreme Court Registry in Grenada and ask them to fax a copy to you. Good luck.

registrargda@caribsurf.com


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 8/20/2010 8:42:54 AM

By: David Marchant

Do you have a copy of this order? If you do, would you email it to me at editor@offshorealert.com or fax it to me at 305-675-5798?


 

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