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Parris’ accounts remain frozen


Heather-Lynn Evanson, [email protected]

Parris’ accounts remain frozen

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THE WAIT CONTINUES and the millions in former CLICO’s chairman Leroy Parris’ account remain frozen.

Today, Parris and his legal team of Queen’s Counsel Vernon Smith and Queen’s Counsel Hal Gollop were back in court, this time before Justice Olson Alleyne, in the chambers of the Supreme Court No. 11.

The matter has been adjourned until February 25.

Parris and his attorneys are seeking to have $4.5 million belonging to him and his company Branlee Consulting, frozen by High Court judge Justice William Chandler on January 27, 2015, released. CLICO’s judicial manager, Deloitte Consulting is trying to get back $3.3 million.

Gollop and Smith told NATION ONLINE that a timetable, however, had been set for the matters to be heard and dealt with.

“We have not been able to agree on anything that would remove the list of things we want addressed,” Gollop said.

But in the interim, neither side can touch the millions in Parris’ account, including the judicial manager, which was represented yesterday by attorney Ramon Alleyne.

Attempts to reach Alleyne were unsuccessful.  

Parris and his attorneys are seeking to have $4.5 million belonging to him and his company Branlee Consulting, frozen by High Court judge Justice William Chandler on January 27, 2015 released, CLICO’s judicial manager, Deloitte Consulting, tries to get back $3.3 million.

Gollop and Smith told NATION ONLINE that a timetable, however, had been set for the matters to be heard and dealt with.

“We have not been able to agree on anything that would remove the list of things we want addressed,” Gollop said.

But in the interim, neither side can touch the millions in Parris’ account, including the judicial manager, which was represented yesterday by attorney Ramon Alleyne.

Attempts to reach Alleyne were unsuccessful.  

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