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Crowne: Govt’s Property Tax Act is unconstitutional and will fail in court

“The Constitution does […] permit laws to infringe constitutionally protected rights. Such laws must be ‘reasonably justifiable’ and passed with a special majority… “The Property Tax Act, however, was passed with a simple majority. It cannot benefit from this Constitutional exception.” The following Letter to the Editor regarding the legality of the …

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Letter to the Editor: Don’t be fooled; live streaming commercial events IS illegal!

“Section 21 of Trinidad’s Copyright Act, among other things, expressly gives the performer the exclusive right to broadcast and rebroadcast his/her performance… “There is absolutely no exception, or limitation, in our intellectual property laws that would sanction the live streaming of the entire Machel Monday concert.” The following Letter to …

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TTFA and DJW vs Wired868: T&T football president threatens suit over website articles

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and the local football body itself have sent pre-action protocol letters to Wired868 in relation to three articles published on the website: “DJW hurdles AGM: TV cash vow mutes concern about Hart and TTFA’s secrecy culture”, “DJW vs Clayton Morris: Futsal …

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Thema moves on TTGF; gymnast seeks damages and relief for wrongdoings

Trinidad and Tobago international gymnast Thema Williams will seek “damages, declarations and relief for all of the wrongdoings” from the Trinidad and Tobago Gymnastics Federation (TTGF), as attorneys for the 20-year-old athlete served legal notice of her intention today. Williams is represented by local attorney Keith Scotland and Canada-based Dr Emir …

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