Meanwhile, Opposition Leader Lennox Linton has called for Dominicans who are interested, to meet with him and other leaders of the UWP at Layou on Thursday, to get a clear understanding of the issues surrounding the failed Layou River Hotel Project, which was funded by the Layou River Economic Citizenship Program.
This comes following news that Linton now has to pay £20,000 privy council court costs to Chartered Accountant Kieron Pinard-Byrne, as ordered by the London-based privy council, with respect to a defamation case. This new court costs are to be paid by Linton to Pinnard-Byrne within 21 days of the date of this court order.
Linton has already paid Pinard-Byrne a high court award of $79,324.86, which was handed over to Pinard-Byrne's lawyers on January 23, 2016, and says he is awaiting further cost determinations to be made by the OECS Appeal court.
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