The Attorney General reported that a notice to the newspapers and other media will be published for a period of ten days, notifying of the sale of the Alpha Nero Vessel in order to satisfy the requirements under the law for a forced sale.
If the owner fails to claim the vessel within that time period, the Government of Antigua and Barbuda, having declared the vessel a hazard to shipping and to the harbour where it is moored, will sell it to the highest bidder.
The vessel has been in Antiguan waters for more than a year and has remained in the same position ever since. I
ts staff has not been paid and neither has the provider of its fuel (that it has consumed, since arriving).
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Make sure when the Antiguan government sell the vessel, that they pay the workers and don’t sit there and make them wait years for their little salaries. Watch out Antiguans,and watch this one, another scam on the horizon. Smdh.
Islanman26 YOU are de scammer ppl need 2 watch out for!
But will government salaries be paid?
@really! Look out for me? I’m not selling a yacht or have a entire budget fund to rip off. I don’t have such lofty positions loker, just a humble traveler to your sure, and someone who actually puts money in Antiguans pockets, literally.
well, the money probably goes to totally wrong pockets:)
Ah wan dingy dat me na want um again
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