She welcomed three bundles of joy last Friday night. She groomed the first kitten and look at him in astonishment. She was a mommy,she gave birth to her kittens under my staircase. The same spot that I placed her,to die comfortably ,six months ago. She suffered an injury to her mouth after she attempted to run across the street and a car ran into her. At the time,she experienced great pain and could not eat her food to regain strength. I put her favorite blanket and chew toy and smiled as I expected her departure.
Six months later,in this same spot,she gave birth to 3 lovely kittens. I reflected on life. Sometimes people think that they have set you up for failure . They devise plans and schemes to orchestrate your demise . The universe will serve you justice and you will prosper where your enemies intended for you to perish.
Great things are on their way to you,because no weapon formed against you will be able to prosper. Every wicked plan for your life will return void unto the sender.
The Author is an attorney at law in Trinidad. She specializes in Financial Crimes .
Closing down a Company in Trinidad is a complex process. There are employees involved as well as creditors. A company may be dissolved because of irreparable damage to reputation or accruing penalties for failure to file Annual Returns .
The process to close down a company takes a minimum of 6 months. The notice of application is advertised in the Gazette and persons who are owed money may get involved .
After the application to dissolve the company is filed , a new company can be formed . The new name cannot be the same as the name of the company that was dissolved . It can be close but the records will show that your proposed name is already reserved. After the dissolving process is completed , the name will become available again.
How to dissolve the Company
File an application that will state the name of the company ,the company registration number ,the reason for dissolving the company among other things. The application must be signed by 2 directors or the Corporate Secretary of the company .
The Author is an Attorney at Law in Trinidad . She specializes in Financial Crimes and Corporate Law . She is a certified Corporate Trainer and a Certified Anti Money Laundering Expert and a Fraud Risk Manager .
Stark working on your problem today. Action will bring forth the answer that you seek. If you wait for inspiration, you will become comfortable in your inaction. Make an attempt, take a baby step today. Make a note of what you did. I spoke to a farmer recently, he said that it all started for him when he bought a couple of baby chickens. He cared for them, fed them , and watched them with great affection. He ensured that no snakes were around to harm them. He subsequently acquired additional animals, and started planting produce. He made a start. He pursued his destiny with a small step. Despise not the day of small beginnings, he learned eventually what times to feed the baby chickens and what times they liked resting.
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the proposed business name is queried, carefully review the comments made by
the Legal Officer, this can be seen at the bottom portion of the Search
the name is already reserved or registered, you may have to use another name.
the name is too close to another name, further information may be requested to
clarify the origin of the name.
should draft a letter including your name, the date, the proposed name of the business,
the response to the query and your name and signature. A template of the letter
is available at the Ministry of Legal Affairs.
What is Terrorism? Terrorism is the calculated, premeditated use of unlawful violence to cause panic or advance a political, religious, ideological cause.
Financing of Terrorism Funding of terrorism involves providing funds from both legal (personal donations and profits from businesses and charitable organizations ) and or illegal sources (the drug trade, the smuggling of weapons and other goods, fraud, kidnapping and extortion), directly or indirectly or knowing that the monies are to be used to finance terrorism activity or organizations according to FINTRAC.
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Terrorism is financed in order to: Promote militant ideology; Purchase food for recruits; Purchase weapons; Pay operatives; Arrange for travel; Train new recruits; Forge documents; Pay bribes; Acquire land; Stage attacks.
How to proceed when it is discovered that a potential or existing customer is a terrorist ? As soon as a financial institution or listed business receives the list of designated entities or the consolidated list referred to in section 22AA(2)(c) or (e), the following procedures shall apply: (a) the financial institution shall immediately inform the FIU on the prescribed form, if any person or entity named on either list has funds with the financial institution or listed business; (b) if the financial institution or listed business has reasonable grounds to believe that a person or entity named on either list has funds in Trinidad and Tobago, it shall immediately inform the FIU on the prescribed form; (c) (Deleted by Act No. 14 of 2012); and (d) if a person or entity named on that list attempts to enter into a transaction or continue a business relationship, the financial institution or listed business shall submit a suspicious activity report to the FIU immediately and shall not enter into or continue a business transaction or business relationship with such person or entity.
The law requires that the transaction and by extension, the business relationship be brought to an end and a Suspicious Activity/Transaction Reported be submitted by the Compliance Officer to the FIU.
See Anti Terrorism Act of Trinidad and Tobago,PART III FINANCING OF TERRORISM 22AB
The author is an attorney at law in Trinidad. She specialises in Anti Money Laundering and Financial Crimes. Website http://asydneygroup.com