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Shoppers visiting Trimart supermarkets at Haggatt Hall, St Michael, and Bridge Street, The City, yesterday, left without their groceries or even gaining entrance. Bailiffs had moved in and closed down the two outlets.The bailiffs acted on behalf of NSR Limited (in receivership), the landlord for the two properties. They were authorised to seize the goods on the premises and sell them to recover the arrears in rent of about $1.7 million. Trimart allegedly owes $1.27 million for the premises at Haggatt Hall and a further $423 684 for the premises at Bridge Street.The warrant of distress was issued on Thursday by joint receivers Christopher Sambrano and Craig Waterman, partners with Pricewaterhouse Coopers.Sambrano, in a Press release, said attempts to have the debts settled over the past few months had failed, and with the closure of the Bridge Street store being imminent, they had no choice but to take action to protect NSR’s interest.

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