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Article 52 – Illegal Immigration in Trinidad and Tobago

Illegal Immigration in Trinidad and Tobago By: Mr. Martin GeorgeAttorney-at-lawMartin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION Immigration is used to describe the process of an individual moving from one country to another to live and to establish themselves permanently in that new country.    Countries typically develop a system of laws, regulations, policies and procedures which govern immigration....

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Article 51 – Obtaining Permanent Resident Status in Trinidad and Tobago – The Five-Year Continuous Residence Route

Obtaining Permanent Resident Status in Trinidad and Tobago – The Five-Year Continuous Residence Route By: Mr. Martin GeorgeAttorney-at-lawMartin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION Generally speaking, an individual who is not a citizen of a particular country who has been given the legal right to live in that country, normally after complying with that country’s laws and...

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Widow to sue Massy and NiQuan after husband’s fatal accident

Widow to sue Massy and NiQuan after husband’s fatal accident The widow of 35-year-old Allanlane Ramkissoon, a pipe fitter from Massy Energy Engineered Solutions Limited (MEES) who died from injuries he sustained at NiQuan’s gas to liquids plant over three weeks ago, has signalled her intention to sue both Massy and NiQuan. Sarah Ramkissoon, through her attorneys Martin George and Company, did not identify a sum she wanted but asked both companies to make a financial settlement to the family in line with the pain and suffering that her husband would have endured. Legal letters were issued yesterday to both companies in which...

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Widow of burn victim wants compensation from Massy, NiQuan

Widow of burn victim wants compensation from Massy, NiQuan ATTORNEYS for the widow of Massy Energy Engineered Solutions Ltd pipe fitter Allan Lane Ramkissoon have written to the company for a “comprehensive report” on the accident which claimed his life in June. Massy and NiQuan Energy have also been told to make an offer of settlement to Sarah Ramkissoon. They have been given seven days to respond. On June 15, Ramkissoon, a pipefitter with Massy, was burned while working at NiQuan’s gas-to-liquids plant in Pointe-a-Pierre. Three days later on June 18, Ramkissoon, of Barrackpore, died in Colombia, where he was being treated. In the...

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More criticisms for Imbert’s handling of Caricom exemptions

More criticisms for Imbert’s handling of Caricom exemptions Economist and former minister in the Ministry of Finance Mariano Browne says Finance Minister Colm Imbert must answer several questions arising out of recent reports concerning the legitimacy of a three-month Order exempting out of the procurement law, goods and services associated with visits by foreign dignitaries. The Order was made on the eve of the Caricom summit. Imbert continues to face criticisms for his handling of the summit exemptions. During an interview with Guardian Media yesterday, one day after Opposition MP Saddam Hosein raised the matter following the conclusion of the Caricom Heads of Government...

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Article 50 – Incorporation of an International Law, Treaty or Convention into Domestic Law in Trinidad & Tobago

Incorporation of an International Law into Domestic Law By: Mr. Martin GeorgeAttorney-at-lawMartin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION International law may be thought of as a body of rules established by custom or treaty and typically recognised as binding amongst nations of the world. The English philosopher, Jeremy Bentham, is credited with formulating the concept of international law,...

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Tobago Business Chamber calls for greater fiscal accountability from THA

Tobago Business Chamber calls for greater fiscal accountability from THA THE Tobago Business Chamber is calling for greater fiscal responsibility and accountability from the THA. “The Tobago Business Chamber says that while we understand the need for greater capital investment in Tobago and greater fiscal injection into Tobago, we are also saying with that must come greater financial responsibility and accountability. We have not yet seen the level of accountability that we would like to see from the THA,” the chamber’s chairman Martin George said on Tuesday in a WhatsApp voice note. He was responding to the Farley Augustine administration’s budget presentation on...

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Article 49 – The Tobago House of Assembly – A State of Independent Dependency?

The Tobago House of Assembly – A State of Independent Dependency? By: Mr. Martin GeorgeAttorney-at-lawMartin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) \ MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION The Tobago House of Assembly (THA) is the administrative body responsible for the management of the affairs of the island of Tobago. The THA can be thought of as akin to the local government bodies in the...

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Multi-million $$ Tobago water park – No CEC, WASA permit yet

Tobago water park Less than a month after the sod-turning ceremony for Tobago’s first theme-based park, Synergy Water Park (SWP), the company is yet to apply for a water extraction/well drilling permit or a Certificate of Environmental Clearance (CEC) for the multi-million-dollar project at Friendship Estate. Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales and managing director of the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) Hayden Romano both confirmed to Guardian Media that they have not yet received any applications from the developer for the proposed project. On June 9, the sod for SWP was turned at Friendship Estate by SWP representative and former national cyclist Michael Phillips,...

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Article 48 – A HAIR-RAISING EXPERIENCE – DISCRIMINATION IN A MODERN SOCIETY – DO WE NEED A “CROWN” ACT IN T&T?

By: Mr. Martin GeorgeAttorney-at-lawMartin Anthony George & Co.Attorneys-at-law (Research Assistance provided byDarrell Bartholomew, Attorney at Law) MAGCO DAILY LEGAL LESSONS DISCLAIMER: Please note this does NOT constitute LEGAL ADVICE or LEGAL CONSULTATION, which you should get from your own Attorneys and this is being shared with the general public for the purposes of information and discussion ONLY. INTRODUCTION Historically, discrimination has proven to be one of the more controversial issues faced by individuals, certain segments of society, and certain classes of persons in a society as a whole. Broadly speaking, discrimination has to do with the unequal, inequitable or unfair treatment of different people or...

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