Trinidad and Tobago’s Maritime laws were tested yesterday when shipowners sought to recover US$260,000 in damages after their vessel collided with a barge over two years ago. Justice Carol Gobin, sitting in the Port-of-Spain High Court yesterday, ruled that the excessive damages contained in Maritime law did not fall within TT jurisprudence, and as such
The bill was passed in the House of Representatives and the Senate on November 17 and 28, respectively
The High Court yesterday delivered a landmark ruling which, in the absence of legislation, will govern the use of social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter as well as communication applications, including WhatsApp and Viber.
To complete the application process, you must book and attend an appointment at the visa application centre in Trinidad and Tobago. All UK visa applicants are required to book an appointment prior to submission. Walk in applicants will not be accommodated.
A bill is a draft of a legislative proposal. It can consist of proposals to deal with any matter affecting peoples lives such as the export and import of certain goods or measures to deal with importation of medical supplies.