Court Notices published in Govt. Gazette No. 19,947 of 13th February 2018

COURT NOTICE


250

By means of a decree given by the Civil Court (Family Section) on the 15th November, 2017, in the records of the Letter of Mediation in the names Muscat Groelz Maria-Helga vs Abela Raymond, Letter number 1050/17 CB3, the following publication was ordered for the purpose of serrvice of the respondent Raymond Abela, in terms of Article 187(3) et sequitur of Cap. 12.

By means of an Application, filed, in the Civil Court (Family Section) in the records of the Letter of Mediation in the names Maria-Helga Muscat Groelz (ID 394868M) vs Raymopnd Abela, Letter 1050/17 CB3, on the 8th August 2017, the applicant Maria-Helga Groelz, respectfully pleaded:

That from as relationship she had with Raymond Abela, which had lasted for eight years, two children were born, … omissis …, who today is ten years old and … omissis …, who today is nine years old.

That the relationship between the parties ended three years ago, or rather in the year 2014, and from that day onwards he never gave any maintenance for the two children. She knows that he works and thus he has an income to maintain his children, but despite of this he always refused to give her any type of aid.

That the applicant works as an estate agent with Excel Homes where her income is not the same every month because it depends on the sale of property she does. She started to work with Excel Homes from January 2017, and before January 2017 she worked as an employee of Gainspotter Limited, as manager in sales and marketing where her net income was €1725 monthly.

That with the income she has she cannot cope alone with the expenses which the upbringing of her children involves. The two children go to St. Aloysius School, where she pays the donation every term. She pays €250 for two children and this payment is made three times yearly that is €125 for each child despite that the yearly donation for each child is of €450 (€150 for each child every term) but she does not afford to pay the whole sum. She pays this amount due to her financial situation. 

… omissis …

Furthermore she pays the sum of €25 yearly as a donation for the children’s Religious classes. It is not necessary to state that because she has no financial help from the respondent, the application pays the educational expenses such as uniforms, books, and stationery. Apart from the educational expenses the applicant pays all the health expenses.

… omissis …
That apart from this the applicant calculated that she spends the following amounts monthly as expenses related to her children.

… omissis …

That thus she pays the amount of € 430.84 for every child monthly and these do not include the extra-curricular educational and health expenses,as described above in this application.

That this application had to be made so that perhaps the applicant shall start to recieve an amount of maintnance for her children.

Thus, it is humbly being demanded that this Honourable Court: 

1. Fix an amount as monthly maintenance or every four weeks for her two minor children.

2. Order Raymond Abela to pay this amount to the applicant by means of standing order or to be directly from his wage.

3.Order that Raymond Abela pay the applicant half the expenses of the extra-curricular education and health of the two minors.

4. Order that the amount of maintenance as decreed be added yearly according to the cost of living index.

Saving any other provision that this Honourable Court deems fit and opportune.

Documents A-H annexed

Applicant: 68, Triq in-Nutar Debono, Naxxar

Respondent: Blue Harbour, Scotts Resident, Ta’ Xbiex

Service: Blue Harbour, Scotts Resident, Ta’ Xbiex

Registry Civil Courts (Family Section), today 8th February, 2018

ADV. FRANK PORTELLI, LLD
For the Registrar,Civil Courts and Tribunals




251

Notice is hereby given that by a decree of the First Hall of the Civil Court, entered on the 5th day of February, 2018, in the records of the Sworn Application in the names Rock Enterprises Limited (C 39042) vs Fashion Retailers Limited (C 36172) et, Sworn Application number 3/18 SM, it was ordered that service upon Fashion Retailers Limited (C 36172) and David Lauri (ID 0164777M) be made by this publication as provided in Article 187(3) et sequitur of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta.

By means of a Sworn Application filed in the First Hall Civil Court, in the names Rock Enterprises Limited (C 39042) vs Fashion Retailers Limited (C 36172), David Lauri (ID 0164777M), Avukat Dr William Cuschieri (ID 70582M), Notary Dr Josette Spiteri Cauchi, Director of the Public Registy of Malta, and Director of the Public Registry of Gozo on the 2nd day of January, 2018, the applicant company Rock Enterprises Limited (C 39042) asked this Honourable Court to:

1. Declare that the statement made in the said contract that the same contract was published on the 27th day of July, 2017, is incorrect and false;

2. Declare that the said contract of the 27th day of July, 2017, was not made on the aforementioned date but after the 31st day of July, 2017, and namely the date on which the promise of sale agreement between the applicant company and the defendant company was signed;

3. Consequently declare that the contract dated the 27th day of July, 2017 is null because it was not published on the date indicated therein and therefore declare that such a contract dated the 27th day of July, 2017, is null and without effect at law;

4. Order if necessary, the publication of a notarial deed by which this fact is recognized and to this end appoint a Notary Public, to publish the relative deed on a day, time and place, to be determined by the Honourable Court and appoint deputy curators to represent the eventual defaulters on the same act;

5. Order the defendants, Director of the Public Registry of Malta and Director of the Public Registry of Gozo, to cancel the registration of the said contract of the 27th day of July, 2017;

6. Authorize the applicant company to register, or rather record in the Public Registry the judgment eventually given by the Court.

With court costs against the defendants or any of whom, who are as of now summoned so that a reference to their oath be made. Reserving against them for all damages the applicant company suffered and is suffering and will suffer.

Applicant: Rock Enterprises Limited (C 39042), Delf Buildings, Triq Tas-Sliema, Gżira

Services: Fashion Retailers Limited (C 36172), 232, Belgravia Court, Apartment 8, Tower Road, Tas-Sliema
David Lauri (ID 0164777M), Villa Trieste, Fuq il-Ġonna, Swieqi

The Sworn Application in the names Rock Enterprises Limited (C 39042) vs Fashion Retailers Limited (C 36172) et was appointed for hearing to the 14th day of March, 2018, at 9.00 a.m.

Registry of the Superior Courts

Today Thursday, the 8th day of February, 2018

ADV. DR FRANK-LUKE M. ATTARD CAMILLERI, LLD
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



252

By means of an application filed in the Civil Court of Voluntary Jurisdiction Section, on the 9th January, 2018, Application number 20/2018, by Mario Darmanin whereby he prayed that it be declared open in his favour in the quota of one half (1/2) undivided share and the remaining one half (1/2) undivided share in favour of the minor Mariah Darmanin the Succession of his wife Maria Darmanin, daughter of the late Guido Cutajar and Philippa née Chircop, born in Tal-Pietà, resided in Ħaż-Żebbuġ, Malta, and died in Tal-Qroqq, Msida, on the 20th September, 2016, aged 35, holding identity card number 0119081M.

Wherefore, any person who considers to have an interest in the matter is hereby called upon to appear before the said Court and to bring forward his objections hereto by a minute to be filed within fifteen days from the posting of the banns and notices according to law.

Registry of the Civil Court, Voluntary Jurisdiction Section

Today 8th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Court and Tribunals



253

By means of an application filed in the Civil Court of Voluntary Jurisdiction Section, on the 10th January, 2018, Application number 31/2018 by Caroline Camilleri and Peter Paul Camilleri whereby they prayed that it be declared open in their favour the Succession of Catherine Camilleri, unmarried, daughter of Peter Paul Camilleri and Carla known as Caroline Camilleri née Zammit, born in Żejtun, resided in Gżira and died in Tal-Qroqq, Msida, on the 4th May, 2017, aged 40, holding holding identity card number 0600177(M).
Wherefore, any person who considers to have an interest in the matter is hereby called upon to appear before the said Court and to bring forward his objections hereto by a minute to be filed within fifteen days from the posting of the banns and notices according to law.

Registry of the Civil Court, Voluntary Jurisdiction Section

Today 8th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Court and Tribunals



254

By means of an application filed in Civil Court of Voluntary Jurisdiction Section, on the 8th January, 2018, Application number 15/2018 by Reuben Zerafa et whereby they prayed that the Succession of his wife Frances Zerafa, daughter of Joseph Farrugia and the late Julia Farrugia née Forte, who was born in Tal-Pietà, resided in Mosta and died in Tal-Pietà, Malta, on the 26th October, 2004, aged 48, holding holding identity card number 0629649(M), be declared open as to one half (1/2) undivided share in favour of her late husband and who therefore is substituted with their three children and the remaining one half (1/2) undivided share in favour of her children Reuben, Keith and Andre brothers Zerafa in solidum between them in the quota of one sixth (1/6) undivided share each of them.

Wherefore, any person who considers to have an interest in the matter is hereby called upon to appear before the said Court and to bring forward his objections hereto by a note to be filed within fifteen days from the posting of the banns and notices according to law.

Registry of the Civil Court, Voluntary Jurisdiction Section

Today 8th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Court and Tribunals



255

By means of a decree given on the 1st August, 2017, by the Civil Court (Volontary Jurisdiction Section) in the application number 389/17 filed on the 22nd March, 2017, by Leonard Agius and others wheras they prayed this Honorable Court, that a curator will be nominated for the absent Carmen, Frankie and Doreen all brothers and sisters Agius who have not been seen in Malta for more many years and no news about them was ever heard, to administer their assets and to take all the necessary orders to safeguard all their property, this Court ordered the issuing of this Notice, in terms of Article 194 et sequitur of Cap. 16.

Whosoever has any news of the existence of the said Carmen, Frankie and Doreen brothers and sisters Agius, is required to communicate it to the Registrar Civil Courts (Voluntary Jurisdiction Section) for the information of the said Court, within one month from the day of the publication of this Edict in the Government Gazette.

By, order of the Court above mentioned

Registry of the Civil Court, Voluntary Jurisdiction Section

Today 8th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar Civil Court and Tribunals



256

By means of a decree of the 16th August, 2017, handed down by the Court of Magistrates (Malta) in the records of the judicial letter number 933/2017 in the names Automated Revenue Management Services Ltd pro et noe vs Alberto Edwards, the following publication was ordered for the purpose of effecting service on the interpellant Alberto Edwards in terms of Article 187(3) of Cap. 12.

In the Court of Magistrates (Malta) 

Today 28th March, 2017

To Alberto Edwards (ID 108819M) of 35, Triq Sant’Anna, Valletta
 
By the present, Automated Revenue Management Services Limited (C46054) of Gattard House, Triq Nazzjonali, Blata l-Bajda, Malta, in its own name and on behalf of Enemalta plc and Water Services Corporation, notifies you with the attached sworn declaration marked as Document A for all the purposes and effects of Article 466 of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta and solicits you to pay the amount of €2,495.83, which amount is sure, liquid and due and respresenting the balance due for the consumption of water and electricity, rent of water and electicity meter, administrative fees, connection and disconnection fees, together with interest due on the amount according to Law, regarding the bill number 101000200389 for the premises 35, Triq Sant’Anna, Valletta, which amounts to €2,495.83.


Despite several solicitations by the applicant company for the payment of the amount due, you remained in default and did not pay till the day of the filing of this judicial letter. In addition, there is no valid reason for your failure to pay and you never contested the amount due.

This act is being sent to you for all the purposes and effects of law and in default of payment or opposition on your part within the time mentioned in Article 466 Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta, the applicant company shall proceed to enforce this credit according to law.

With costs

Registry of the Court of Magistrates (Malta), today 8th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



257

By means of a decree of the 16th August, 2017, handed down by the Court of Magistrates (Malta) in the records of the judicial letter number 923/2017 in the names Automated Revenue Management Services Ltd pro et noe vs Lawrence Grech, the following publication was ordered for the purpose of effecting service on the interpellant Lawrence Grech in terms of Article 187(3) of Cap. 12.

In the Court of Magistrates (Malta) 

Today 28th March, 2017

To Lawrence Grech (ID 550061M) of 6, Blk 6, Flat 3, Misraħ l-Erbgħa ta’ Settembru, Isla

By the present, Automated Revenue Management Services Limited (C46054) of Gattard House, Triq Nazzjonali, Blata l-Bajda, Malta, in its own name and on behalf of Enemalta plc and Water Services Corporation, notifies you with the attached sworn declaration marked as Document A for all the purposes and effects of Article 466 of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta and solicits you to pay the amount of €1,719.55, which amount is sure, liquid and due and respresenting the balance due for the consumption of water and electricity, rent of water and electicity meter, administrative fees, connection and disconnection fees, together with interest due on the amount according to Law, regarding the bill number 101000114253 for the premises Flat3, 6, Blk 6, Misraħ l-Erbgħa ta’ Settembru, Isla, which amounts to €1,719.55.


Despite several solicitations by the applicant company for the payment of the amount due, you remained in default and did not pay till the day of the filing of this judicial letter. In addition, there is no valid reason for your failure to pay and you never contested the amount due.
This act is being sent to you for all the purposes and effects of law and in default of payment or opposition on your part within the time mentioned in Article 466 Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta, the applicant company shall proceed to enforce this credit according to law.

With costs

Registry of the Court of Magistrates (Malta) today 8th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



258

Notice is hereby given that by a decree of the Court of Appeal (Superior Jurisdiction), entered on the 12th day of May, 2017, in the records of the Sworn Application in the names Joseph Camilleri (ID 475749M) noe vs Michael A. Fenech et noe, Sworn Application 580/1995 AF, it was ordered that service upon Fenech Estates Limited and Car Care Products Limited be made by this publication as provided in Article 187(3) et sequitur of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta.

By means of an Application of Appeal filed in the Court of Appeal (Superior Jurisdiction), in the names Joseph Camilleri (ID 475749M) noe vs Michael A. Fenech et noe on the 8th day of February, 2017, Joseph Camilleri (ID 475749M) noe respectfully submitted:

That this is an Appeal from a decision of the First Hall of the Civil Court entered on the 25th day of January, 2017, in the above-cited names and number;

That the plaintiff company submitted that by a promise of sale agreement drawn before Notary Dr John Patrick Hayman dated the 5th day of April, 1984, the defendant company Car Care Products Limited promised and obliged itself to sell and transfer to the plaintiff company, which in turn obliged itself to purchase and acquire, the properties described in the abovementioned Application of Appeal;

That thus the plaintiff company requested that the defendant company be ordered to appear for the publication of the Notarial Act and that in default curators be nominated to represent the eventual defaulters on the Act;

That Alfred Fenech on behalf of Car Care Products Limited pleaded as given in the same Application of Appeal;

That Michael Angelo Fenech on behalf of the same Car Care Products Limited pleaded the nullity of the promise of sale agreement … omissis …;
That Fenech Estates Limited pleaded as stated in the said Application of Appeal;

That the Court of First Instance rejected the pleas of nullity of the services of the judicial letter … omissis … also rejected were the pleas of Michael Angelo Fenech noe about the nullity of the promise of sale agreement … omissis … that the plea of Fenech Estates Limited about the legal interest of the plaintiff company was also rejected but it upheld the plea of the nullity of the promise of sale agreement raised by the joinder Fenech Estates Limited … omissis … and consequently dismissed all the claims of the plaintiff company with court costs to be borne half by the plaintiff company and half by the defendant companies in solidum between them;

That the grievance consists in that the Court of First Instance with respect interpreted and evaluated the facts wrongly and furthermore drew conclusions of illegality and legal implications that are incorrect … omissis …;

That in the same Application of Appeal the applicant mentions a number of facts;

That the applicant submits the following on the balance of proof … omissis … As balance of proof, on the one hand there is the version of the plaintiff that is consistent and credible … omissis … That the evidence of the defendants never produced sufficient proof that neutralizes the exhibited promise of sale agreement … omissis … the applicant reminds the Court of the inconsistent versions … omissis … it results that the applicant was consistent to close the business, with the limitations it had. Nothing was submitted against its evidence except excuses and doubts … omissis …;

That the applicant makes the following observations on the legal reasoning … omissis … (a) it appears that the plea of illegality was raised by the Court ex officio … omissis … This may happen, but then Article 732A of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta applies where the Court of First Instance should have drawn the attention of the parties and gave them the opportunity to submit the evidence and make submissions. This was not done; (b) The Court of First Instance made reference to Article 987 of the Civil Code which contemplates simulation: if the Court was to rely on simulation, then it should have proceeded to establish the truth from the evidence, and then decide whether there is an illegality or not … omissis … (c) as a matter of fact there was no evidence of illegality on the part of the applicant: he entered in an ordinary promise of sale agreement and wanted to honour it … omissis …; (d) … omissis … The least the defendants could have done is some action, proceeding or at least a counterclaim to impugne the promise of sale agreement and as it resulted this did not happen … omissis …;
That it is absolutely not being suggested or submitted that the Court should give its blessing and condone an illegality … omissis …;

That … omissis … The applicant submits that the principles that should have been applied are of bona fide and that pacta sunt servanda … omissis …;

Therefore, the applicant whilst referring to the above, reserves to make all the observations it deems necessary and to submit all the evidence admissible at this stage, asks with respect this Honourable Court to reform the appealed judgement with the number and names Cit No. 580/1995 AF Joseph Camilleri noe vs Michael A. Fenech et noe by confirming the part which dismissed the pleas of the defendant company and the joinder company and rescind that part of the appealed judgment where it upheld the plea of the joinder company that juridical of the plaintiff company but it upheld the plea of nullity of the promise of sale agreement raised by the joinder company Fenech Estates Limited since the price actually agreed between the parties is concealed, and where it ordered the plaintiff to pay half the court costs and this by, saving it rejects all the pleas of the defendant company and the joinder company, upholding the claims of the plaintiff with the costs of both instances against the defendant and the joinder.

Appellant: Joseph Camilleri (ID 475749M) noe, Remix House, Eucharistic Congress Road, Mosta

Services: Fenech Estates Limited and Car Care Products Limited, 1, Marina Alley 3, Kalkara 

Registry of the Superior Courts
Today Thursday, 8th February, 2018

ADV. DR FRANK-LUKE M. ATTARD CAMILLERI, LLD
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



259

By means of a decree of the 23rd January, 2018, of the Civil Court First Hall in the records of judicial letter number 3286/17, in the names Dr Clement Mifsud Bonnici noe vs Boarding School (Malta) Ltd, the following publication for the purpose of effecting service on the respondent company Boarding School (Malta) Ltd was ordered in terms of Article 187(5) of Cap. 12.

In the First Hall of the Civil Court

Today 12th September, 2017

To Boarding School (Malta) Ltd (C 22600) of RBSM (Russian Boarding School Malta), Triq il-Ġifen, Buġibba, St Paul’s Bay.
By the present Lawyer Doctor Clement Mifsud Bonnici as special mandatory for and on behalf of the interpellant Iulia Samunina (holding Russian passport number 714446416) makes reference to the case number 545/2016JPG in the names Iulia Samunina (holding Russian passport number 714446416) vs Boarding School (Malta) Ltd (C 22600) (here attached and marked as Doc. A) by means of which judgement you were condemned to pay the sum of €58,085.00 the costs of the proceedings and legal interest.

According to the official taxed bill of costs issued by the Court Registry (here attached and marked as Doc. B) the balanc due by you regarding legal costs and fees incurred by the interepellant in these procedures are as follows:

Costs:  €1,503.12
Legal Fees: €1,691.2
VAT on legal fees: € 304.42
Total: €3,498.74

The interest accrued till today on the principal amount of €58,085.00, at the rate of 8% per year from the date of the judicial letter with number 545/16, dated 4th October, 2016, which amounts to €4,379.12.

Thus, the total due by you regarding the sorte, costs, and legal fees (including VAT) and interest is €65,962.86, as detalied in the statement here attached and marked as Doc. C save for the interest due on the taxed bill of costs from the date of notification of the judicial letter.

You are solicited to pay the total amount of €65,962.86 to the interpellant by not later than one week from the day of notification of this judicial letter. In default the interpellant will have no alternative but to procedure further against you by means of the issue of executive warrants all at your own costs.

So much to regulise your position.

With costs and interest, including on the amount and on the costs and on the legal fees, till the day of effective payment.

Interpellant: 171, Old Bakery Street, Valletta

Respondent company (notification): RBSM (Russian Boarding School Malta), Triq il-Ġifen, Buġibba, St Paul’s Bay.

Registry of the Superior Courts today 9th February 2018.

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals






260

By means of an Application filed in the Civil Court of Voluntary Jurisdiction Section, on the 31st January, 2018, Application number 154/2018 by George Marius Hyzler, Karl Hyzler and Mario Hyzler whereby they prayed that it be declared open in their favour in the quota of one third (1/3) undivided share each one of them the Succession of Giuseppina sive Josephine Hyzler, unmarried, daughter of the late Emmanuele and Maria Cristina sive Marietta née Maempel, born in Żejtun, on the 30th March, 1924, and died in Tal-Qroqq, Msida, on the 12th May, 2017, aged 93, holding holding identity card number 0261824M.

Wherefore, any person who considers to have an interest in the matter is hereby called upon to appear before the said Court and to bring forward his objections hereto by a minute to be filed within fifteen days from the posting of the banns and notices according to law.

Registry of the Civil Court, Voluntary Jurisdiction Section

Today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Court and Tribunals



261

By means of an application filed in the Civil Court of Voluntary Jurisdiction Section, on the 12th January 2018, Application number 44/2018, by Maria Rose Borg and GillianVassallo whereby they prayed that it be declared open in their favour in the quota of one half (1/2) undivided share each one of them the Succession of Moses sive Andrew Zammit, widower of Winifred Patricia Zammit née Waters, son of the late Joseph Mary Zammit and Rosina née Caruana, born in Ħal Luqa, resided in Ħal Luqa where he died on the 4th March, 2017, aged 83, holding identity card number 0299733M.

Wherefore, any person who considers to have an interest in the matter is hereby called upon to appear before the said Court and to bring forward his objections hereto by a minute to be filed within fifteen days from the posting of the banns and notices according to law.

Registry of the Civil Court, Voluntary Jurisdiction Section

Today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Court and Tribunals
        


262

By means of an application filed in the Civil Court of Voluntary Jurisdiction Section, on the 9th January, 2018, Application number 27/2018, by Diana Muscat whereby she prayed that it be declared open in favour of Paola Montanaro, wife of the decujus and this in the quota of one half (1/2) undivided share; and the remaining one half (1/2) undivided share in favour of Emanuel Montanaro, Diana Muscat and Jacqueline Theuma in equal shares between them the Succession of Giuseppe Montanaro, son of the late Emanuele Montanaro and Ursola née Camilleri, born in Valletta, and resided inValletta, and died in Tal-Qroqq, Msida, on the 7th June, 2017, aged 80, holding identity card number 0493936M.

Wherefore, any person who considers to have an interest in the matter is hereby called upon to appear before the said Court and to bring forward his objections hereto by a minute to be filed within fifteen days from the posting of the banns and notices according to law.

Registry of the Civil Court, Voluntary Jurisdiction Section

Today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Court and Tribunals



263

By means of an application filed in the Civil Court of Voluntary Jurisdiction Section, on the 10th January, 2018, Application number 35/2018, by Bernarda Tanti, Maria Carmela Gauci u Alfred Sammut, whereby they prayed that it be declared open their favour in equal shares between them the Succession of their brother Nicholas Sammut, bachelor, son of the late Ganni Sammut and Katerina Sammut née Damato, born in Żurrieq, resided in Żurrieq and died in Tal-Qroqq, Msida, Malta, on the 26th September, 2017, aged 78, holding identity card number 589839M.

Wherefore, any person who considers to have an interest in the matter is hereby called upon to appear before the said Court and to bring forward his objections hereto by a minute to be filed within fifteen days from the posting of the banns and notices according to law.

Registry of the Civil Court, Voluntary Jurisdiction Section

Today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Court and Tribunals


264

Notice in terms of article 495A of the Civil Code

Issued by the Court of Magistrates (Gozo)

Superior Jurisdiction, General Section

Application number 20/ 2017

Anthony Portelli (ID 45560 G) of ‘Canadian Wilderness’, Triq it-Tiġrija, Nadur, Gozo;

John Portelli (ID 27670 G) of 89, Triq ir-Ramla, Nadur, Gozo;

Mary Stella Saliba (ID 15442 G) of ‘Canadian Trillium’, Triq ta’ Said, Nadur, Gozo, in her name and on behalf of Michael Saliba (ID 58039 G) and of Paul Saliba (ID 339812 L), currently abroad;

Karen Axiak (ID 544591 M) of ‘Old Trafford’, Triq it-Tiġrija, Nadur, Gozo;

Sammy Portelli (ID 23192 G) of 64, Triq il-Knisja, Nadur, Gozo;

vs

Dr Deborah Mercieca, who by decree dated 3rd January, 2018, was nominated Deputy Curator to represent Peter Paul Attard; 

Application of the applicants:

With respect and on oath the applicants confirm:

That the property subject of this application consists of a plot of land in the area known as ‘Tal-Hanaq’, in the limits of Nadur, Gozo, measuring circa five hundred and twenty-five square meters (525 sq.m.) including the room that is found in the same plot of land, which is bounded from the North East and North West with property of Joseph Portelli, Sammy Portelli’s father, South West and South East with property of the Grech family, and which property is accessible from a foot passage from the property of the Grech family, and then from a passage which ends in triq Hida, Nadur, Gozo, on the opposite side of the house without number and with the name ‘Dar Riħ Fuq’, property of spouses Vella, as shown in red on the attached plan and site-plan marked as Doc. A, free u unencumbered, and with all its rights and appurtenances;


That the property originally belonged to Maria Attard née Grech. She acquired this property by a contract of division in the acts of Notary Giuzeppi Cauchi of the 10th August 1967, which contract is being attached and marked as Doc. B;

That the above-mentioned Maria Attard died on the 30th July, 1977 (copy of her death certificate attached and marked Doc. C1). From her testamentary searches (copy of her last will, of the public and secret testamentary search are being marked as Doc. C2, C3 and C4) it resulted that she had done an unica charta will in the acts of Notary Dr Guseppe Cauchi of the 13th October, 1972. By this will, she nominated as her universal heirs, in one forth undivided each, her three children alive, Giorgia Muscat, Joseph Attard and Peter Paul Attard and the other undivided forth (1/4) to her daughter Pawla Saliba’s children. Pawla Saliba died on the 14th November, 1957 (copy of the death certificate attached and marked Doc. C5). Pawla Saliba’s children were named Coronato Saliba, Carmelo Saliba and Michael Saliba. Therefore, the three siblings Saliba inherited an undivided share of twelve (1/12) of the above-described property each;


That from the heirs of Maria Attard, Carmelo Saliba died on the 26th June, 2011 (copy of the death certificate attached and marked Doc. D1). From his testamentary searches it resulted that he regulated his succession by a will in the acts of Notary Dr Joanne Cauchi dated 16th November, 2007 (copy of the last will and the public and secret testamentary searches are being attached and marked as Doc. D2, D3 and D4). By this will, he nominated as his universal heirs his children Paul Saliba and Karen wife of Raphael Axiaq and left the right of use and usufruct of all his movable and immovable property to his wife Mary Stella Saliba;

That from the heirs of Maria Attard, Giorgia Bartolo née Attard, widow of Peter Paul Muscat and subsequently of Felice Bartolo, died on the 2nd May, 2015 (copy of the death certificate attached and marked Doc. E1). From her testamentary searches it resulted that she died intestate (copy of the public and secret testamentary searches are being attached and marked as Doc. E2, E3 and E4). Therefore, she was inherited by her daughter Maria Portelli née Muscat;

That the heirs of Giorgia Bartolo, Maria wife of Carmelo Portelli, daughter of Peter Paul Muscat and Giorgia Bartolo née Attard died on the 9th March 2008 (copy of the death certificate attached and marked Doc. F1). From her testamentary searches it resulted that she had regulated her succession by a will in the acts of Notary Dr Maria Vella Magro dated 2nd August, 2007 (copy of the last will and the public and secret testamentary searches attached as Doc. F2, F3 and F4). By this will she nominated her two children which were still alive when she died, that is Anthony Portelli and John Portelli, in equal shares between them;

That from the successors of Maria Attard, Joseph Attard died on the 16th October, 2007 (copy of the death certificate attached and marked Doc. G1). From his testamentary searches it resulted that he regulated his succession by a will in the acts of Notary Michael Refalo of the 21st June, 1995 (copy of the last will and the public and secret testamentary searches attached as Doc. G2, G3 and G4). By his last will he nominated his niece, the above-mentioned Maria wife of Carmelo Portelli as his universal heir;


That by a contract of sale dated 24th September, 1979, in the acts of Notary Cefai the said Joseph Attard bought from the above-mentioned Coronata Saliba an undivided share of twelve (1/12) of the property (copy of the contract is being attached and marked as Doc. H1). That this sale was done when Joseph Attard was married to Maria Attard née Camilleri (copy of the marriage certificate is being marked as Doc. H2). Therefore, half the undivided share of twelve (1/12) belongs to Joseph Attard, while the other half belongs to his wife Maria Attard née Camilleri;


That Maria Attard née Camilleri died on the 20th May, 1994 (copy of the death certificate attached and marked Doc. I1). From her testamentary searches it resulted that she regulated her succession by an unica charta will in the acts of Notary Dr Emanuel George Cefai of the 21st November, 1985 (copy of her last will and the public and secret testamentary searches are being attached and marked as Doc. I2, I3 and I4). By this will she nominated as her universal heir, her husband Joseph Attard. Therefore, half the said undivided share of twelve (1/12) was inherited by her husband;

Therefore, when the said Joseph Attard died he owned one third (1/3) undivided share of the above-described property. That Joseph Attard was inherited by Maria Portelli as explained above, and then she was inherited by her children Anthony Portelli and John Portelli, in equal shares between them. Hence, they inherited seven undivided shares from twenty-four (7/24) of the above-described property each;

That Peter Paul Attard also inherited one forth (1/4) undivided share from the property above-described from his mother Maria Attard. That none of the applicants know of the whereabouts of the said Peter Paul Attard and whether he is still alive or not. Therefore he, or in the case he died, his heirs, own one undivided share of four (1/4) of the said property;

That, according to the above, the above-mentioned property is owned in the following shares (prospect attached as Doc. J):

Anthony Portelli owns seven undivided shares of twenty-four (7/24) of the above-described property, 
John Portelli owns seven undivided shares of twenty-four (7/24) of the above-described property,

Michael Saliba owns one undivided share of twelve (1/12) of the above-described property,

Mary Stella Saliba has the right of use and usufruct of one undivided share of twelve (1/12) of the above-described property,

Paul Saliba owns one undivided share of twenty-four (1/24) of the above-described property,

Karen Axiaq owns one undivided share of twenty-four (1/24) of the above-described property,

Peter Paul Attard owns one undivided share of four (1/4) of the above-described property;

That the applicants except for Sammy Portelli – consisting of all the co-owners of the said property except for those unknown to the applicants – wish to sell the above-mentioned property to the other applicant Sammy Portelli as they have declared in the promise of sale agreement, a copy of which is being attached as Doc. K together with the receipt of registration of the promise of sale agreement attached as Doc. L; 

They are of the opinion that they were offered an advantageous price from Sammy Portelli for this property as results from the promise of sale agreement, where the terms and conditions of the same were agreed and from the sworn quote of the Architect Saviour Micallef being attached and marked as Doc. M;

That unfortunately the other co-owners cannot be found;


Thus, Article 495A of Cap. 16 of the Laws of Malta applies in this case because:

1. all the applicants apart from Sammy Portelli together with the respondents are co-owners of such property,

2. the co-ownership of this property has lasted form more than three years,

3. to this day none of the owners has instituted an action before a Court or other tribunal for the partition of this property,

4. the respondents, who are co-owners cannot be found,

5. the applicants have the majority of the shares of this property,
6. no co-owner will be seriously prejudiced in the event that the Court orders the sale of such property,
 

7. the proposed price is fair and appropriate.

Thus, the applicant humbly prays with respect that this Honourable Court:

i. To appoint Deputy Curator in these procedures to represent the interests of the heirs of Peter Paul Attard, saving the issue of the usual bands;

ii. Orders the publication of this application in the Government Gazette and another local news in terms of Article 495A of Cap. 16 of the Laws of Malta; 

iii. Orders the notification of this application to all the respondents in terms of Article 495A of Cap. 16 of the Laws of Malta;

iv. Approve the proposed sale;

v. Orders the publication of the deed of sale for the shares of the respondents, on the set day, time and place; 


vi. To appoint a Public Notary to publish the relative deed, with the intervention of Deputy Curators to represent the eventual absentees on that deed.

The sworn application is appointed for hearing for the 10th April, 2018. 

Registry of the Court of Magistrates (Gozo)

This 9th February, 2018

SILVIO XERRI
For the Registrar, Gozo Courts and Tribunals



265

Bann for Curators

Republic of Malta

To the Marshal of the Courts

Notice is hereby given that by a decree of the First Hall of the Civil Court, entered on the 31st day of January, 2018 following the request of Central Mediterranean Development Corporation Limited (C 453) et, it was ordered that deputy curators be appointed to represent the unknown heirs of Giuseppe Tabone in the records of the Schedule of Deposit and Concurrent Redemption of Ground Rent with number 192/2018 in the names Central Mediterranean Development Corporation Limited (C 453) et vs Deputy Curators and in the other relative and subsequent acts.

By a Schedule of Deposit and Concurrent Redemption of Ground Rent, filed on the 31st day of January, 2018, in the First Hall of the Civil Court, in the names Central Mediterranean Development Corporation Limited (C 453), Zachary Estates Limited (C 10437), and Malta Farmhouses Limited (C 15689) 

vs

Deputy Curators to represent the unknown heirs of Giuseppe Tabone, Central Mediterranean Development Corporation Limited (C 453) et respectfully submitted:


That the depositors possess the premises rather the whole land/area in the limits of Casal Axiak, today Birżebbuġa, in the area of San Giorgio known as ‘Tal-Bandieri’, described in the aforementioned Schedule of Deposit and Concurrent Redemption of Ground Rent;

That the said property is subject to an annual and perpetual ground rent, amount given in the same Schedule of Deposit and Concurrent Redemption of Ground Rent;

That the depositors would like to avail themselves of the faculty contemplated in Article 1501 of the Civil Code (Chap. 16 of the Laws of Malta) and redeem the share of three undivided quarters (3/5) of this same ground rent in terms of the cited law by depositing the sum of €56.00 which represents the price of redemption of this share of the said ground rent as well as the amount of €14.00 representing the ground rent of the last five years in order to be freely withdrawn by the deputy curators appointed to represent the unknown heirs of Giuseppe Tabone, after the due receipt is left according to law.

Depositors: Central Mediterranean Development Corporation Limited (C 453) et, 30, Archbishop Street, Valletta 

Services: Deputy Curators, Superior Courts, Valletta


Director of the Public Registry, Valletta
Land Registry, Valletta

Now, Therefore, Marshal of the Courts, you are hereby commanded to affix an official copy of this Bann at the entrance of this Superior Court and to hereby call whosoever wishes to be nominated as a curator to present himself/herself in this Registry within six days and make known his/her interest through a declaratory note. 
You are further commanded to inform each and every one that in default, this Court will proceed to nominate an official curator.

And after execution, or upon your meeting with any obstacle in the execution hereof, you shall forthwith report to this Court.

Given by the abovementioned Superior Court and witnessed by The Hon. Mr Justice Joseph R. Micallef, LLD, Doctor of Laws.

Dated this 31st day of January, 2018

Registry of the Superior Courts
Today Friday, 9th February, 2018

ADV. DR FRANK-LUKE M. ATTARD CAMILLERI, LLD
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



266

By means of a Note presented, in the First Hall Civil Court, on the 8th February 2018, Notary Liza Schembri, produced the following document to be published in terms of Article 9 of Cap. 13 of the Laws of Malta.

By means of a contract published, by the said Notary Liza Schembri, on the 6th February 2018, Dominic Carbonaro, self-employed, son of the late Joseph and Maria Carmela née Mallia, born Ħ’Attard and residing in Ta’ Sannat, Gozo, (ID 134266M) and Angela Carbonaro, employee, wife of Dominic, daughter of the late Emanuel Grima and Margerita née Vella, born and residing, Ta’ Sannat, Gozo (ID 17068G), in the contract referred to as ‘the parents’ emancipated their son Joseph Carbonaro (ID 0028002L), bachelor, student, born in Tal-Pietà, on the 14th January, 2002, and residing Ta’ Sannat, Gozo, for all intents and purposes of law.

Registry of the Superior Courts, today 9th February 2018

ADV. FRANK PORTELLI, LLD
For the Registrar Civil Courts and Tribunals



267

By means of a decree of the 10th November, 2017, handed down by the First Hall of the Civil Court in the records of the judicial letter number 2548/2016 in the names Automated Revenue Management Services Limited vs Morris-Joseph Abela, the following publication was ordered for the purpose of effecting service on the respondent Morris-Joseph Abela in terms of Article 187(3) of Cap. 12.

In the First Hall of the Civil Court
Today 29th July, 2016

To Morris-Joseph Abela (ID 23242G) of 141, Triq it-Torri, Tas-Sliema

By the present, Automated Revenue Management Services Limited (C 46054) of Gattard House, Triq Nazzjonali, Blata l-Bajda, Malta, in its own name and on behalf of Enemalta Corporation and Water Services Corporation, notifies you with the attached sworn declaration marked as Document A, for all the purposes and effects of Article 466 of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta and solicits you to pay the amount of €51,008.96, which amount is sure, liquid and due and respresenting the balance due for the consumption of water and electricity, rent of water and electricity meters administrative costs, connection and disconnection fees, together with interest due on the amount according to the bill number 101000201883 in the amount of €51,008.96 regarding the premises 141, Triq it-Torri, Sliema.


Despite several solicitations by the applicant company for the payment of the amount due, you remained in default and did not pay till the day of the filing of this judicial letter. In addition, there is no valid reason for your failure to pay and you never contested the amount due.

This act is being sent to you for all the purposes and effects of law and in default of payment or opposition on your part within the time mentioned in Article 466 Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta, the applicant company shall proceed to enforce this credit according to law.

With costs

Registry of the Superior Courts today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



268

By means of a decree of the 7th November, 2017, given by the Civil Court First Hall in the records of judicial letter number 2560/17, in the names Registrar of Civil Courts and Tribunals vs The Wild Goose Company Limited, the following publication was ordered for the purpose of effecting service on the respondent company in terms of Article 187(5) of Cap. 12.

In the First Hall of the Civil Court

Today 19th July, 2017

To The Wild Goose Company Limited of Flat 10, Wateredge Apartments, Qui-Si-Sana-Place, Tas-Sliema
 By the present the Registrar of Civil Courts and Tribunals of Law Courts, Triq ir-Repubblika, Valletta, solicits you so that within four days from the notification of this judicial letter you pay the sum of €2,250.80 due by you as Registry fees in connection with the law suit in the names:


Strand Marine Ltd vs The Wild Goose Co. Ltd et (SC, TM, JA1), decided on the 28th April, 2017.

In default the applicant reserves to proceed further against you according to law.

So much for your own guidance

With costs
 
Registry of the Superior Courts today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



269

By means of a decree of the 30th Novembru, 2017, in the First Hall of the Civil Courts in the records of the judicial letter number 3897/16 in the names Bank of Valletta plc vs Alfred Camilleri et, ordered the following publication for the purpose of service of the respondent Geraldine Camilleri in terms of Article 187(3) of Cap. 12.

By means of a judicial letter filed in the First Hall of the Civil Courts against Alfred Camilleri and Geraldine Camilleri (ID 289980M) of 15, Triq Birkirkara, San Giljan, on the 30th November, 2016, Bank of Valletta plc of 1/5, Misraħ San Ġorġ, Valletta VLT 1190, solicits you so that within two days you pay the sum, together and in solidium, of €126,038.15, balance of debt in your Loan and Overdraft Accounts with Bank of Valletta plc together with further interests from the 17th November, 2016

The interpellant company warns you that if you fail they shall be constrained to proceed against you according to law.

Registry of the Superior Courts today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



270

By means of a decree of the 15th November, 2017, of the Rent Regulation Board, in the records of the Application in the names Lorenza sive Laura Jenkins vs Ivan Sammut et, Application number 122/2017JD, the following publication was ordered for the purpose of effecting service on the respondents Ivan Sammut and Saviour sive Sammy Sammut in terms of Article 187(3) et sequitur of the Code of Organisation and Civil Procedure (Cap. 12)

By means of an application in the names Lorenza sive Laura Jenkins (ID 0789338M) vs Ivan Sammut (ID 83271M) and Saviour sive Sammy Sammut (KI 201762M), filed in the Rent Regulation Board, on the 6th September, 2017, the applicant Lorenza sive Laura Jenkins requested with respect and confirmed on oath that:

The applicant is the owner of the premises 41, Triq San Mikiel, Rabat, Malta, which premises was leased to Abel Sammut at the rate of €116.47 every six months in advance, due every 27th of October and every 27th April of each year;

In the premises in question Abel Sammut used to live with his family and that is his wife Maria Dolores and their children Mari, Saviour and Ivan, but along the years his three children went to live somewhere else;
 
Subsequently, the lessee Maria Dolores Sammut died on the 16th December, 2015, and this when Abel Sammut was residing at Villa Messina. Abel Sammut remained widower. In December 2016 Abel Sammut died as well and so by means of a legal letter dated 22nd March, 2017, the respondent Ivan Sammut who used to come and pay the rent in the name of his father was asked to see that the premises in question will be free and return the keys. The respondent answered by a legal letter that they live in the premises in question when the applicant and her husband Colin Graham Jenkins personally know that this is not true.

Whilst the respondents have no valid title on the premises 41, Triq San Mikiel, Rabat, Malta, the applicant knows of these facts personally and so the suit had to be made so that the respondents do not deprive the plaintiff from the possession of her property.

Thus, the applicant humbly prays this Honorable Board for the reasons above mentioned:

1. Order that these proceedings be heard summarily and without proceeding to trial in terms of Articles 16 and 16A of Cap. 69 of the Laws of Malta;

2. Declares that the respondents have no right on the premises 41, Triq San Mikiel, Rabat, Malta, and they have no right to leave their personal effects in the said premises;

3. Declares that if the respondents or any one of them has entered and lives in the said premises, this was made without any valid title at law;

4. Orders the respondents to vacate and evict the premises 41, Triq San Mikiel, Rabat, Malta, completely and returns the relative keys, and reserving the right to claim any damages that may result to have been suffered in the premises;

5. Orders the respondents to pay the damages for the occupation from April 2017 onwards, till the release of the premises.

With all costs including the legal dated 22nd March, 2017, against the respondent that from now they are summoned so that reference to their oath be made.

Applicant:18, Triq Inguanez, Rabat, Malta

Respondents: Solonor Flats, Flat 11, Triq il-Ħobbejża, Rabat, Malta

The sworn application in the names Lorenza sive Laura Jenkins vs Ivan Sammut et,  Application number 122/2017JD, has been postponed for hearing to the 1st March, 2018, at 10.30 a.m. 

This is a sworn application in terms of Articles 16 and 16A of Chapter 69 of the Laws of Malta. These are special summary procedures and so who receives this sworn application against him has toappear before the Rent Regulation Board on the day and time established, and if you fail to show during the sitting and they have failed to have a valid defence and reasons to contest the applicants request, a judgement will be given on the first day of hearing according to law.

Registry of the Superior Courts, today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals
 


271

It is hereby notified that in virtue of a decree given by the Court of Magistrates (Gozo) in its Voluntary Jurisdiction, on the 7th of February 2018 (Decree number 15/2018JVC, following Application number 101/2017JVC) Maria Costa, pensioner, daughter of the late Francis Grech and Jane née Cauchi, born in Għajnsielem, Gozo, and residing in Għajnsielem, Gozo, identity card number 29947G, has been Incapacitated from all acts of civil life.

Loreto Costa, husband of same Maria Costa, son of Andrew Costa and Mary née Cauchi, born in Għajnsielem, Gozo, and residing in Għajnsielem, Gozo, identity card number 45844G, has been nominated as her curator by virtue of the said decree.

Registry of the Court of Magistrates (Gozo), Voluntary Jurisdiction
This 8th February, 2018

DORIANNE CORDINA
For the Registrar, Gozo Courts and Tribunals


272

It is hereby notified that in virtue of a decree given by the Court of Magistrates (Gozo) in its Voluntary Jurisdiction, on the 6th of February, 2018 (Decree number 12/2018JVC following Application number 4/2018JVC) Loreto Spiteri, son of the late Charles Spiteri and Josephine née Attard, born in Għajnsielem, Gozo and residing in Għajnsielem, Gozo, identity card number 107147G, has been Interdicted from all acts of civil life.

Loreta Spiteri, wife of same Loreto Spiteri, daughter of Emanuel Formosa and Paula née Refalo, born in Xagħra, Gozo, and residing in Għajnsielem, Gozo, identity card number 41051G, has been nominated as his curator, by virtue of the said decree.

Registry of the Court of Magistrates (Gozo), Voluntary Jurisdiction

This 8th February, 2018

DORIANNE CORDINA
For the Registrar, Gozo Courts and Tribunals



273

By means of a decree of the 23rd January, 2018, of the Civil Court First Hall in the records of judicial letter number 3285/17, in the names Dr Clement Mifsud Bonnici noe vs Boarding School (Malta) Ltd, the following publication for the purpose of effecting service on the respondent company Boarding School (Malta) Ltd was ordered in terms of Article 187(5) of Cap. 12.

In the First Hall of the Civil Court

Today 12th September 2017

To Boarding School (Malta) Ltd (C 22600) of RBSM (Russian Boarding School Malta), Triq il-Ġifen, Buġibba, St Paul’s Bay
   
By the present Advocate Doctor Clement Mifsud Bonnici as special mandatory for and on behalf of the interpellant Elza Kulieva (holding Russian passport number 726501848), Dimitri Perfilev (holding German identity card number L3GC19L0N) and Victoria Makoeva (holding Russian passport number 727422850) makes reference to the case number 185/2016LM in the names Elza Kulieva (holding Russian passport number 726501848), Dimitri Perfilev (holding German identity card number L3GC19L0N) and Victoria Makoeva vs Boarding School (Malta) Ltd (C 22600) (here attached and marked as Doc. A) by means of which judgement you were condemned to pay the sum of €23,412.60 to Elza Kulieva and Dimitri Perfilev, the sum of €3,495.00 to Victoria Makoeva and the costs of the proceedings and legal interest which accrued from the date of the judicial letter number 113/16.

According to the official taxed bill of costs issued by the Court Registry (here attached and marked as Doc. B) the balance due by you regarding legal costs and fees incurred by the interpellant in these procedures are as follows:

Costs: €914.76
Legal Fees: €806.59
VAT on legal fees: €145.19
Total: €1866.54

The interest accrued till today on the principal amount of €26,907.60, atthe rate of 8% per year from the date of the judicial letter with number 113/16, that is 13th January, 2016, amounts to €3,580.41.

Thus, the total due by you regarding the sorte, costs, and legal fees (including VAT) and interest is €32,354.55, as detailed in the statement here attached and marked as Doc. C. Save for the interest due on the Taxed bill of costs from the date of notification of the judicial letter.

You are solicited to pay the total amount of €32,354.55 to the interpellant by not later than one week from the day of notification of this judicial letter. In default the interpellant will have no alternative but to proceed further against you by means of the issue of executive warrants all at your own cost.

So much to regulise your position

With costs and interest, including on the amount and on the costs and on the legal fees, till the day of effective payment.

Interpellant: 171, Old Bakery Street, Valletta

Respondent company (notification): RBSM (Russian Boarding School Malta), Triq il-Ġifen, Buġibba, St Paul’s Bay.

Registry of the Superior Courts today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



274

By means of a decree of the 6th November, 2017 of the Civil Court First Hall in the records of judicial letter number 1594/17, in the names Conmal Limited vs Alfred Mamo et the following publication for the purpose of effecting service on the respondents was ordered in terms of Article 187(3) of Cap. 12.

In the First Hall of the Civil Court

Today 27th April, 2017

To: Alfred Mamo (ID 67574M) of 73, Shamrock House, Triq Reggie Miller, Gżira GZR 1541

Jacqueline Mamo (ID 259871M) of 73, Shamrock House, Triq Reggie Miller, Gżira GZR 1541

By the present Conmal Limited (C7893) of Shalomvillemandary, Flat 4, Triq il-Port Ruman, Qawra l/o St Paul’s Bay, whilst referring to the private writing dated 9th November 1998 drawn up by Notary Dr Tonio Spiteri between you and D Club Limited, the shares and the property of which were amalgamated and joined in the interpellant company, and whilst referring also to the fact that your property in Triq Reggie Miller, Gżira is being advertised for sale, solicit you so that within fifteen days from today you raise the divided wall indicated in the aforementioed deed (and the plan attached with) to the level contemplated by law.

If you fail to abide with the above mentioned within the time given, further procedures will be taken against you without further notice.

So much so that you may be informed and know how to regulate yourselves.

With costs

Registry of the Superior Courts today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



275

By means of a decree of the 30th January, 2018, of the Civil Court First Hall in the records of judicial letter number 48/18, in the names Godwin Zarb pro et noe vs Carlo Montebello the following publication for the purpose of effecting service on the respondent was ordered in terms of Article 187(3) of Cap. 12.

In the First Hall of the Civil Court
Today 8th January, 2018

To Carlo Montebello 
 
By the present Godwin Zarb (ID 71363M) in his own capacity and for and on behalf of his minor son Andrei Zarb (ID 366102L), Steven Paul Zarb (ID 0447597M) and Kyle Zarb (ID 4111999M) of c/o 11/20, Vincenti Buildings, Strait Street, Valletta, whilst making reference to the collision of the 23rd January, 2016, in Triq Sant’Andrija, Swieqi, whilst in the same collision Marthese Zarb, wife and mother of the same interpellants, was killed, whilst she was a passanger in the vehicle of the type Mazda with registration number FAF 165 driven by the interpellant Godwin Zarb which collision occurred as a result of your carlessness, lack of skill, negligence and for not observing the traffic regulations on your part whilst you were driving the vehicle Fiat Punto with registration number DBJ 907 and so they solicit you to come forward for the liquidation and payment of damages suffered by them.

In default if you do not abide with this letter within one week they are going to take further procedures against you according to law.

So much so you may know how to proceed and to regulate yourself.

With costs

Notification: Carlo Montebello, 41, Shalom, Triq ta’ Gidwet, Marsaskala, and/or 52, Ivory Flt 1, Triq Lia, Ħaż-Żabbar

Registry of the Superior Courts today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



276

Notice is hereby given that by a decree of the Court of Appeal (Superior Jurisdiction), entered on the 12th day of April, 2016, in the records of the Sworn Application in the names Carmelo sive Karmnu Demicoli et vs Joseph Mallia (ID 534645M) et, Sworn Application 273/2008 AF, it was ordered that service upon Loreta Demicoli et be made by this publication as provided in Article 187(3) et sequitur of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta.

By means of an Application of Appeal filed in the Court of Appeal (Superior Jurisdiction), in the names Carmelo sive Karmnu Demicoli et vs Joseph Mallia (ID 534645M) et on the 22nd day of January, 2016, Joseph Mallia (ID 534645M) et respectfully submitted:
That in his Original Application the applicant submitted and demanded that reproduced in the abovementioned Application of Appeal; 

That by means of his Reply the respondent pleaded that said in the aforementioned Application of Appeal; 

That the Honourable Court of First Instance ruled by dismissing the plea of prescription, rejecting all the pleas of the defendant, and upholding the claims of the plaintiffs, and ordered the defendant or his heirs who are occupying the said premises 32, Triq Pawlu Galea, San Ġwann, without any valid title at law to vacate the said premises, within three (3) months from today;

That the Court liquidated the damages owed to the plaintiffs in the sum of €101,681.69, which sum will be received in the form of improvements made by the defendant as previously explained;

That the Court ordered the heirs of the defendant to release in favour of the plaintiffs, the aforementioned property 32, Triq Pawlu Galea, San Ġwann, with all the immovable improvements, as damages for the duration they continued to retain the property built on the land of the plaintiff, without any valid title and without paying any compensation to the same owner for the duration they continued living in it, with court costs against the respondents;

That the grievance is clear and manifest and consists of the following:

1. Bona Fide of the Respondent: That the Honourable Court of First Instance came to the conclusion that the actio reivindicatoria of the applicant is true and proven … omissis … with regard to the first plea that concerns the prescription it found that the respondent was not in good faith … omissis … That humbly and respectfully the respondents disagree with this conclusion … omissis … That it results clearly and unequivocally that the respondent met Charles Mangion and had reached an agreement to acquire the land … omissis … That during the course of the proceedings, even from the testimony of Notary Antoine Agius, it is clear that a promise of sale agreement was signed between the respondent and Charles Mangion, and this with the full knowledge of the applicant … omissis … the applicant cannot say that he was unaware of the facts and business there was between all the parties …omissis … The time itself, and its passage … omissis … clearly show that for nineteen years there was no concern. It follows that the respondent was definitely not acting covertly … omissis … the defendant would also like to emphasize the applicable law at the time where lots of property used to be sold by promise of sale agreements that would not be registered … omissis …;

2. The Amount of Liquidated Damages: That the respondent submits that the amount of liquidated damages is truly excessive … omissis … they [the applicants] failed to submit any evidence of damages … omissis … That in truth improvements have been made since before there was a plot of land and today there is a ready built house … omissis … that if one was to present the argument of damages and again it is said that no evidence of damages was submitted, one must ensure that the damages start from the interpellation of 2007, and not before;

3. The Claims of the Plaintiff: That the demand to reclaim the house is invalid because the plaintiff was not its owner. The plaintiff himself says that he is the owner of the land and not of the house … omissis … without prejudice to the above-given, the plaintiff can reclaim the land but cannot ask for anything that is not his as admitted by himself … omissis …;

Therefore, the applicants whilst referring to all the evidence already submitted and reserving to bring all the evidence that this Honourable Court allows them to, ask with respect that this Honourable Court upholds their appeal and revokes and cancels the judgment of the Honourable Court of First Instance entered on the 14th day of January, 2016, in the above-cited names, by upholding the claims of the respondents and dismissing the claims of the applicants, for the reasons above-given.

With the costs of both instances against the applicant appellee.

Appellants: Joseph Mallia (ID 534645M) et, ‘Farmhouse’, Triq tal-Franċiżi, Tal-Ibraġ, Swieqi

Services: Loreta Demicoli et
1. 32, Triq Pawlu Galea, San Ġwann
2. 45, ‘Mirage’, Triq Santu Rokku, Mosta 

Registry of the Superior Courts
Today Friday, 9th February, 2018

ADV. DR FRANK-LUKE M. ATTARD CAMILLERI, LLD
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



277

By a decree given on the 29th December, 2017, by the Civil Court First Hall, the Court ordered that the extract hereunder mentioned be published for the purpose of service according to Article 187 (3) of the Code of Organization and Civil Procedure (Cap. 12).

By decree given by the Civil Court, First Hall, on 7th February, 2018, on the application of J. Zammit Limited (C 37945), Wednesday, 11th April, 2018, at half past eleven (11.30 a.m.) has been fixed for the Sale by Auction to be held at number fifty five (55), J&J Boatyard, Ta’ Għadmija, Mqabba, of the following items seized from the property of Vella Rodney (ID 370079M):

Vehicle of the make Alfa Romeo with the registration number CUT 156.

N.B. The said vehicle will be sold as described in the acts judicial sale file number 23/17.

Registry of the Superior Courts, this Friday, 9th February, 2018

MARVIC FARRUGIA
For the Registrar of Civil Courts and Tribunals


278

By a Decree of the 10th October, 2017, given by the First Hall, Civil Court, the Court ordered that the extract hereunder mentioned be published for the purpose of service according to articles 187 (3) and 338(1) of the Code of Organization and civil procedure (Cap. 12)

That by application and a Schedule of set-off filed contemporaneously by J. Zammit Limited (C 37945) on the 31st January, 2018 the approval of the said judicial acts is being demanded for the amount of €100 following judicial sale by auction 21/17 in the names J. Zammit Limited vs Muaiad Elgusbi (ID 80380M) et held under the Authority of the said Court on the 31st January, 2018.

According to Article 338 (2) of Cap. 12: Any person who may have an interest and the persons so served shall be allowed the time of twenty days to file an answer stating in detail the reasons for their opposition and the amounts in contestation; and where such opposition is based on a claim against the proceeds of sale an alleged cause of preference, they are to state the amount of such claim and the basis for the preference. Such persons shall with the answer file all relevant evidence to substantiate their opposition.


Registry of the Superior Courts, this Friday, 9th February, 2018 

MARVIC FARRUGIA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals


279

By means of a decree of the 20th November, 2017, in the records of the judicial letter number 2010/17, in the names J Zammit Estates Limited vs Claudette Camilleri et noe, the Courts of Magistrates (Malta) ordered the following publication for the purpose of service of the respondent Loreta Zammit in terms of Article 187(3) of Cap. 12.
By means of a judicial letter filed in the Courts of Magistrates (Malta) against Claudette Camilleri as heir of Carmelo Cornelius sive Charles Camilleri and Loreta Zammit (ID 266075M) of 80, My Way, Triq Santa Katarina, Qrendi, as special mandatory of the late Christopher Camilleri (Passport Number 1074707) and as legal representative of her minor son Sven Camilleri heir of Carmelo Cornelius sive Charles Camilleri (ID 459191M), on the 31st July 2017, J. Zammit Estates Limited (C 52422) of Aries House, Mdina Road, Ħaż-Żebbuġ, Malta, calls upon you so that immediately you pay the sum of €4,266.54 representing 18 bills of exchange of €237.03 each matured every 25th day of each month that is from December, 2015 till May, 2017, respectively (copy here attached and marked as Doc. A1 to A18) besides the legal interests from the day of maturity of each bill of exchange till the day of effective payment.

This judicial letter is made in terms of Article 253(e) and 256(2) of the Code of Organization and Civil Procedure and thus the interpellant warns you that if within twenty days from the notification of this judicial letter you will not show grave and valid resons to oppose such execution of these bills of exchange, thus this credit will be rendered executive title and executive warrants will be issued against you according to law.

So much so that you may know how to regulise yourselves and with costs against you.

This judicial letter is being sent in terms of Article 253(e) and 256(2) of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta to render the said bills of exchange executable and in case you do not make an application within twenty (20) days from the day of notification of this judicial letter in terms of Article 253(e) of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta to oppose the execution of the said bills of exchange because the signature on the bills of exchange is not yours or of your mandatory and if there are valid and grave reasons to oppose this execution, the bills of exchange in question will be rendered executable.

Registry of the Courts of Magistrates (Malta), today 9th February, 2018

ALEXANDRA DEBATTISTA
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



280

Notice is hereby given that by a decree of the First Hall of the Civil Court, entered on the 17th day of January, 2018, in the records of the Sworn Application in the names Dr Abdalla Mohamed Kablan (ID 214307L) vs Scheduit Ltd (C 65520), Sworn Application number 1099/2017 MH, it was ordered that service upon Scheduit Ltd (C 65520) be made by this publication as provided in Article 187(3) et sequitur of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta.
By means of a Sworn Application filed in the First Hall Civil Court, in the names Dr Abdalla Mohamed Kablan (ID 214307L) vs Scheduit Ltd (C 65520) on the 4th day of December, 2017, the applicant Dr Abdalla Mohamed Kablan (ID 214307L) asked this Honourable Court to:

1. Enter judgement allowing his demand without proceeding to trial in terms of Articles 167-170 of the Code of Organisation and Civil Procedure (Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta);

2. Declare that the defendant company owes the plaintiff the sum of €65,474.28c;

1. Order the defendant company to pay to the plaintiff the aforementioned sum of €65,474.28c.

With court costs and legal interest as demanded against the defendant company, as of now summoned so that a reference to its oath be made. The plaintiff Dr Abdalla Mohamed Kablan reserves the right to take further action.

Applicant: Dr Abdalla Mohamed Kablan (ID 214307L)

Services: Scheduit Ltd (C 65520), Il-Girna, Trejqet is-Summien, Kappara, San Ġwann

The Sworn Application in the names Dr Abdalla Mohamed Kablan (KI 214307L) vs Scheduit Ltd (C 65520) et was deferred for hearing to the 16th day of February, 2018 at 9.00 a.m.

Registry of the Superior Courts
Today Monday, the 12th day of February, 2018

ADV. DR FRANK-LUKE M. ATTARD CAMILLERI, LLD
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



281

By Decree given by the Civil Court, First Hall, on the 3rd January, 2018, on the application of HSBC Bank Malta plc (C 3177), Thursday 22nd March, 2018, at noon (12.00 a.m.), has been fixed for the Sale by Auction, to be held on the first floor, Courts of Justice, Triq ir-Repubblika, Valletta, of the following property:

Apartment, internally marked number 3, Victoria Apartment, number 88, Triq il-Kapuċċini, San Ġwann, on the second floor, free and unencumbered, valued seventy-five thousand euro (€75,000);

Penthouse, with overlaying airspace, considered by the architect as a duplex unit, Victoria Apartment, number 88, Triq il-Kapuċċini, San Ġwann, free and unencumbered, valued eighty thousand euro (€80,000).
The property also includes one fourth undivided share of the common parts of the said block.

The said tenement is the property of Zanzara Co. Ltd (C 34881).

N.B. The said tenement will be sold as described in the judicial sale 13/13.

Registry of the Superior Courts, this Monday, 12th February, 2018

RUDOLPH MARMARÀ
for Registrar Civil, and Tribunal Courts



282

By decree given by the Civil Court, First Hall, on the 18th January 2018, on the application of Galea Henry et (ID 79464M), Tuesday, 8th May, 2018, at half past ten in the morning (10.30 a.m.), has been fixed for the Sale by Auction, to be held on the First Floor, Courts of Justice, Triq ir-Repubblika, Valletta, of the following property:

Residential Property without official number unofficially marked with number 21A built on plot number 21 forming part of the lands known as Juno Heights, forming part of the same property building named Oceana, including the garage in the basement level and two other overlying tenements , with the other tenement unofficially marked 21B with a half of the undivided share of the common parts, common services and amenities including the lift shaft and lift for the common use in Triq il- Biżantini, Marsaxlokk. The tenement is valued at €835,000 (eight hundred and thirty-five thousand euro).

The said tenement is the property of Bugeja Raymond et (ID 310856M).

N.B. The said tenement will be sold as described in the acts of judicial sales number 48/2016.

Registry of the Superior Courts, this Monday, 12th February, 2018


RUDOLPH MARMARÀ
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



283

By decree given by the Civil Court, First Hall, on the 9th of February, 2018, on the application of HSBC Bank Malta plc, Tuesday, 13th March, 2018, at half past ten in the morning (10.30 a.m.) has been fixed for the Sale by Auction, to be held on The First Floor, Courts of Justice, Triq ir-Repubblika, Valletta, of the following property:
(i) One Car Garage at basement level internally marked number eight (8) with access from a ramp from Triq A. M. Valperga, Fgura, including an undivided share of the common parts of the same garages complex. The property is subject to an annual ground rent of ten euro (€10) valued at twenty-eight thousand euro (€28,000);


(ii) One car garage at basement level internally marked number twelve (12) with access from a ramp from Triq A.M. Valperga, Fgura, including an undivided share of the common parts of the same garages complex. The property is subject to an annual ground rent of ten euros (€10) valued at twenty-eight thousand euros (€28,000);


(iii) Penthouse internally marked number fourteen (14), with access from Triq Ċensu Busuttil, Fgura, including an undivided share of the common parts of the same appartments complex. The property is subject to an annual ground rent of ten euros (€10) valued at one hundred and twenty thousand euro (€120,000);

(iv) The airspace on the Block named ‘Ta’ Marie Court’ in Triq Ċensu Busuttil, Fgura, including an undivided share of the common parts of the same appartments complex. The airspace has an annual ground rent of twenty euro (€20) valued at one hundred thousand euro (€100,000).

The said tenement is the property of Gheiti & Sons Ltd (C 36789).

N.B. The said tenement will be sold as described in the Acts 83/2013. 

Registry of the Superior Courts, this Monday, 12th February, 2018

RUDOLPH MARMARÀ
For Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals



284

By decree given by the Civil Court, First Hall, on the 9th February, 2018, on the application of Raymond Auto Dealer Ltd (C 9850), Tuesday, 20th March, 2018, at noon (12.00 p.m.) has been fixed for the Sale by Auction, to be held on the First Floor, Courts of Justice, Triq ir-Repubblika, Valletta, of the following property:

Tenement including airspace numbered two hundred and twenty-eight (228) in Triq l-Imdina, Ħal Qormi. The tenement is subject to a rent, and is valued at one hundred and eight thousand euro (€108,000);
Ground floor tenement underlying third party property numbered two hundred and thirty-two (232), in Triq l-Imdina, Ħal Qormi, valued eighty-five thousand euro (€85,000);

Ground floor tenement underlying third party property numbered seventy (70) in Triq Ġużè Duca, Ħal Qormi, valued at one hundred thousand euro (€100,000).

The said tenement is the property of Magro Vincenzo (ID 628844M) et.

N.B. The said tenement will be sold as described in the Judicial Sales Act 22/2016.

Registry of the Superior Courts, this Monday, 12th February, 2018

RUDOLPH MARMARÀ
For Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals


285

Notice is hereby given that by a decree of the Court of Appeal (Superior Jurisdiction), entered on the 7th day of March, 2017, in the records of the Sworn Application in the names Maria Romana Dalpane (ID 1784A) noe vs Joe Farrugia (ID 436142M) as Administrator of St George’s Park Association et, Sworn Application 779/2008 AE, it was ordered that service upon Maria Romana Dalpane (ID 1784A) noe be made by this publication as provided in Article 187(3) et sequitur of Cap. 12 of the Laws of Malta.

By means of an Application of Appeal filed in the Court of Appeal (Superior Jurisdiction), in the names Maria Romana Dalpane (ID 1784A) noe vs Joe Farrugia (ID 436142M) as Administrator of St George’s Park Association et on the 1st day of November, 2016, Joe Farrugia (ID 436142M) as Administrator of St George’s Park Association respectfully submitted:

That by means of a Sworn Application filed on the 27th day of January, 2009, the plaintiff submitted and demanded that reproduced in the abovementioned Application of Appeal;

That by means of a Sworn Reply filed on the 12th day of December, 2008, the defendant company St. George’s Park Company Limited responded by stating that reproduced in the said Application of Appeal;

That by means of a Sworn Reply filed on the 12th day of February, 2009, the defendant Joseph Farrugia in his quality above-given replied as reproduced in the abovementioned Application of Appeal;

That by its judgment of the 12th day of October, 2016, the Honourable First Hall of the Civil Court decided the following: (1) Dismisses the plea of prescription; (2) Dismisses the plea of the defendant company that it is not the legitimate defendant; (3) About the third plea of the defendant company, declares that the damages were proven; (4) Dismisses the fourth plea of the defendant company; (5) Dismisses the second plea of the defendant association; (6) With reference to the third plea of the defendant association, there is no néed for any declaration by the Court; (7) Dismisses the fourth plea of the defendant association; (8) Upholds the first claim; (9) Declares that the defendants are jointly and severally liable for the damages suffered by the plaintiff; (10) Liquidates the damages in the sum of €31,445.22c; (11) Orders the defendants to jointly and severally pay the plaintiff the sum of €31,445.22c, and (12) Dismisses the last claim. All costs are to be borne by the defendants, except the costs related to the last claim which are to be borne by the plaintiff;

That the applicant felt aggrieved by this judgment and is filing this humble appeal therefrom;

That the grievances of the present applicant appellant are clear and manifest and consist of the following:

1. The Honourable Court of First Instance was mistaken in rejecting the plea of prescription and should have upheld this plea because the action is time-barred,

2. Without prejudice to the first grievance, the Honourable Court was mistaken in stating that the respondent Association is jointly and severally responsible with the co-respondent company St. George’s Park Limited and this because, by means of a subcontracting agreement, the respondent Association is not responsible vis-à-vis the said appellant,

3. Without prejudice to the first two grievances, the appellant nomine had not caused any damage to the appellee nomine,

4. Without prejudice to the first three grievances, the appellant nomine was declared liable for the acts and omissions that, if ever, occurred before he was responsible of the maintenance (but vis-a-vis the co-respondent company of the applicant company and not of the appellee),


5. Without prejudice to the first four grievances, the quantum of liquidated damages is excessive and does not take into account several key factors;

That the abovementioned Application of Appeal summarizes the facts of this case;

That in the aforementioned Application of Appeal the applicant appellant elaborates on each of the abovementioned grievances and namely on: (1) The Honourable Court of First Instance was mistaken in rejecting the plea of prescription and should have upheld this plea because the action is time-barred. That the appellant humbly submits that the action instituted by the appellee nomine is an action time-barred with the lapse of two years … omissis … That thus, the elements required by the jurisprudence cited by the Honourable Court do not exist, that a point in time could not be determined when the damages begin to be incurred and when they can be determined and then, it is humbly submitted, the Honourable Court of First Instance should not have rejected the plea of prescription of the instituted action and thus for justice to be done, this Honourable Court has no alternative but to declare that this action is time-barred; (2) Without prejudice to the first grievance, the Honourable Court was mistaken in stating that the respondent Association is jointly and severally responsible with the co-respondent company St. George’s Park Limited and this because, by means of a subcontracting agreement, the respondent Association is not responsible vis-a-vis the said appellant. That the Honourable Court failed to consider the fact that between the co-respondents a subcontracting contract existed and that the respondent Association is not liable to the said applicant under the law … omissis … Therefore, the appellant, humbly points out that he is by no means responsible to the defendant nomine, but it is the other co-respondent, and namely the respondent company St George’s Park Company Limited which was and remained responsible vis-à-vis the appellee to this day and thus, the appellant humbly asks this Honourable Court to also uphold this plea … omissis …; (3) Without prejudice to the first two grievances, the appellant nomine had not caused any damage to the appellee nomine. That from the evidence it is amply clear that the appellant nomine had always fulfilled the obligations incumbent on the Association, as soon as the subcontracting agreement dated the 31st day of May, 1999 entered into force … omissis …; (4) Without prejudice to the first three grievances, the appellant nomine was declared liable for the acts and omissions that, if ever, occurred before he was responsible of the maintenance (but vis-a-vis the co-respondent company of the applicant company and not of the appellee). That the applicant nomine only entered the scene on the 1st day of January, 2000. Effectively, the Association (it is again confirmed) never became responsible vis-a-vis the appellee. In any case, however, the appellant Association, if ever, assumed responsibility vis-a-vis the co-respondent company on the 1st day of January, 2000 … omissis …, and (5) Without prejudice to the first four grievances, the quantum of liquidated damages is excessive and does not take into account several key factors … omissis … the Honourable Court should have taken into account the following three factors: (a) the strong element of contribution contained in Article 1051 of Cap. 16 of the Laws of Malta (Revised Edition); (b) The fact that the same appellee had not taken any steps to limit her damages, and (c) Evidence of the actual damage suffered is very poor and can lead to the unjust enrichment of the respondent.
… omissis … 

Therefore, and in view of the above, the appellant nomine asks this Honourable Court to vary the appealed judgment by confirming the part whereby it rejected the last claim of the appellee nomine, and revoking and cancelling all its remaining part and this by upholding the first four grievances of the same appellant nomine and dismissing the claims of the applicant appellee vis-a-vis the appellant nomine while upholding the pleas of the same appellant nomine with the costs of both instances against the said appellee nomine; and in case it decides not to uphold the first four grievances of the said appellant nomine, upholds the fifth plea of the said appellant nomine and liquidates the damages in an amount less than that liquidated by the Honourable Court of First Instance with the costs of both instances against the said appellee nomine.

Appellant: Joe Farrugia (ID 436142M) as Administrator of St George’s Park Association, The Office, Rohal Block, St George’s Park, St Julians

Services: Maria Romana Dalpane (ID 1784A) noe, Dar Wied Mejxu, 2, Triq Villa Rosa, Swieqi

Registry of the Superior Courts

Today Monday, the 12th day of February, 2018

ADV. DR FRANK-LUKE M. ATTARD CAMILLERI, LLD
For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals


286

By decree given by the Civil Court, First Hall, on 6th Febraury, 2018, on the application of J. Zammit Ltd (C 37945), Wednesday, 21st March, 2018, at eleven in the morning (11.00 a.m.) has been fixed for the Sale by Auction, to be held at at number fifty five (55), J & J Boatyard, Ta’ Għadmija, Mqabba, of the following items seized from the property of Azzopardi Richard (ID 870M) and  Azzopardi Hanane (ID 33546A).

Vehicle of the make Nissan grey in colour with the registration number KBR104

N.B. The said vehicle will be sold as described in the acts of judicial sale file number 38/17.

Registry of the Superior Courts, this Friday, 9th Febraury, 2018

MARVIC FARRUGIA
For the Registrar of Civil Courts and Tribunals