LEROY PARRIS HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY SERVED.
The former CLICO executive chairman is due to appear in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court on April 13 to answer a criminal charge for which he has now been issued with a summons by court marshals.
It was not immediately clear exactly how or when he was issued with the court papers, but well placed sources told the WEEKEND NATION yesterday that Parris’ legal team was now busy preparing for their upcoming date with the court.
He is jointly accused with CLICO president Terrence Thornhill of breaching an order by the Supervisor of Insurance in August 2009 which prohibited CLICO International Life (CIL), a subsidiary of CLICO Holdings (Barbados) Limited, from selling any new insurance business.
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