Court Extends Injunction Against Clear Harbor

A press release issued by the Communications Unit of the Office of the Prime Minister (CUOPM) informs that the order which was granted by His Lordship Justice Errol Thomas and was extended by him.

Attorney at Law and Crown Counsel in the Attorney General’s Chambers, Mr. Arudranauth Gossai, explained that Justice Thomas – after a new hearing – issued a new order preventing Clear Harbor (Nevis) Ltd, Clear Harbor LLC, Drive Partners (Nevis Limited) and two other persons from disposing, transferring, charging, dissipating, or diminishing or in any way howsoever dealing with any assets held in the names of the companies and persons named in the injunction.

 

The Injunction, which has been varied, was sought following the filing of an Affidavit by Labour Commissioner Mr. Spencer Amory claiming that Clear Harbor Nevis Limited closed its operations terminating the employment of all its employees and owed payments for several benefits, including wages, holiday pay and payment in lieu of notice.

 

 


The company also owes monies to the Social Security Board for Social Security and Employment benefits, Severance Payments and Housing Levy, electricity, water and taxes to the Inland Revenue Department.

 

 

(Major portions of this article were incorporated from a CUOPM press release)

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