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JUDICIARY OF TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
DEPARTMENT OF COURT ADMINISTRATION
Court Protocol and Information Unit
Hall of Justice Knox Street Port of Spain
Trinidad & Tobago
Tel: (868) 62-TTLAW (628-8529) Exts. 2407/2413-15 Fax: (868) 624-2094 Website: www. ttlawcourts.org
Immediate: Thursday 25th April, 2013
FAMILY COURT HOSTS PANEL DISCUSSION WITH CARIBBEAN DIGNATORIES
The Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago has been lauded as a stellar example of customer-oriented service delivery by participants of the Caribbean Leadership Programme (CLP).
On Thursday 25th April, 2013 seven (7) CLP participants toured the Court's facilities, admiring its unique features such as the Youth Waiting Room and Children's Waiting Room.
The contingent then engaged in a panel discussion with Chairman of the Family Court Monitoring Committee The Honourable Mr. Justice Gregory Smith, Deputy Court Administrative Administrator of the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago Mr. Jerome Mark, Court Executive Administrator of the Caribbean Court of Justice Master Christine Morris-Alleyne, former Family Court Manager Ms. Donna Boucaud and Assistant Family Court Managers Ms. Stephanie Burke and Mrs. Eleanor Sammy-Rique.
The panel emphasised that the Family Court Model protects the institution of the family in Trinidad and Tobago by encouraging persons to have their say in Court. The visiting group was also told that practical measures such as efficient monitoring and evaluation strategies would encourage support of a similar model in their respective countries.
The visiting delegation comprised the following statespersons:
- Mr. Sean Senac – Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance, the Economy and Public Administration, Antigua and Barbuda.
- Ms. Margaret Sivers – Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance, Barbados.
- Ms. Abigail Tricia Pompey - Senior Economist in the Ministry of Science and Technology, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
- Ms. Tofrida Rochester - Chief Personnel Officer of St. Kitts and Nevis.
- Mr. Ronald Jackson –Executive Director of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency.
- Ms. Joan Underwood – Regional Project Manager of the Caribbean Leadership Project.
- Ms. Jacqueline Sampson - Clerk of the House of Parliament, Trinidad and Tobago.
Panellist -Former Family Court Manager Ms Donna Boucaud, Deputy Court Executive Administrator Mr Jerome Mark, Chairman of the Family Court Monitoring Committee Mr Justice Gregory Smith, Court Executive Administrator Caribbean Court of Justice Master Christie -Ann Morris Alleyne
For further information, kindly contact:
Jones P. Madeira
Court Protocol and Information Manager
Telephone: (Mobile) 473 8158 (Office) 627 9744
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Monitoring and Evaluation Services for
the Evaluation of the Civil Proceedings Rules, 1998
The Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago invites proposals from suitably qualified firms or persons for the provision of Monitoring and Evaluation Services for the Evaluation of the Civil Proceedings Rules, 1998.
Purpose of the RFP
The aim of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to obtain the services of a suitably qualified Monitoring and Evaluation Expert to assess the effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of the Civil Proceedings Rules, 1998, in order to make recommendations for its improvement.
Making a Submission
Interested parties should note that all submissions in response to this Request for Proposal (RFP) must be presented as outlined in the Terms of References accessible via the Judiciary's website http://www.ttlawcourts.org/index.php/about-the-judiciary-1/tender-notices.
The Judiciary reserves the right to disregard proposals that are not in compliance with the requested format for submission.
Closing Date for submission
All envelopes must be labeled "RFP for M&E Services for evaluation of the Civil Proceedings Rules, 1998" and deposited in the tender box labeled "A" which will be located on the ground floor at the Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain, no later than 3:00 p.m. may 24th, 2013. Applicants should note that the dimensions of the SLOT of the box are 37.5 cm x 5.5 cm and proposals should be packaged accordingly. Proposals received after this date and time will not be considered.
One (1) original copy of proposal marked "Original' and four (4) copies marked "Copy" must be placed in a sealed envelope and addressed to:
The Court Executive Administrator
The Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago
3rd Floor, Hall of Justice
Port of Spain
Should you require additional information please contact:
Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago
Suite 26, 110-112 Frederick Street, Port of Spain
Tel: 224-5175 Fax: 624-3028
THE JUDICIARY OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
BAILIFFS ACT NO. 58 OF 2000
Renewal of Bailiff Licences under the Bailiffs Act 2000 for persons whose licences have expired will be conducted at the Registry, Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain on:
Friday 26th April 2013
Between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 11:30a.m. in accordance with the above-mentioned Act. Criteria for granting such renewal:
1. A Police Certificate of good character;
2. Security by way of a bond, with a surety to the value of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00);
3. Two (2) recommendations with company letterhead;
4. Certificates from the Ministry of the Attorney General and two
5. Prescribed fee of five hundred dollars ($500.00) in cash;
6. Acceptable form of identification;
7. Statutory declaration indicating that the applicant is not collecting
debts or employed with debt collecting agency;
8. One (1) passport size photograph;
9. Offer or contract of employment as a bailiff (if any)
Deputy Registrar and Marshal