St. Maarten Cadastre ruling moved to month’s end

POSTED: 06/13/11 12:51 PM

St. Maarten – Judge Mr. R.W.J. van Veen did not arrive at a definite conclusion about the dispute between the St. Maarten Cadastre and its fired employee Sharanda Richardson. In an interim ruling pronounced yesterday morning, Van Veen stated that he needs more information. The new date for the ruling is Wednesday June 29.

Richardson demands 20-months worth of salary – roughly $36,500 gross – as compensation for her dismissal, almost three times the $`13,700 the court granted her in a court ruling in October of last year. But the cadastre has not paid Richardson a penny so far, and asked the court to void the October ruling. The cadastre presented proof to the court that the fired employee is guilty of deception and stated that there is irrefutable proof that she made unauthorized changes to the cadastre’s public registers.

 

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