Corallo withdraws extradition appeal, extradition to Italy now irrevokable

PHILIPSBURG - Today Francesco Corallo has withdrawn his appeal to the Supreme Court of the Kingdom in The Hague regarding to his extradition to Italy.
 
This means that the decision of the Court in Philipsburg for the extradition has now become irrevocable. 
 
The court documents will now go to the Governor of Sint Maarten for the last formalities, being the signing of the extradition-documents.

Airport St. Maarten and NAGICO get one more week to settle insurance claims

PHILIPSBURG--The Court has given Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA) Operating Company N.V. and National General Insurance Corporation N.V. NAGICO one more week to settle PJIA’s post-Hurricane Irma insurance claims.

Temporary solution found for Kadaster St. Maarten

PHILIPSBURG--A temporary solution is said to have been found to get the Mortgage Conservator and Land Registry (referred to as the Kadaster in Dutch) functioning again.

Justice Week St. Maarten closes with official ceremony

PHILIPSBURG--Prime Minister Leona Romeo-Marlin addressed the audience gathered in front of the Government Administration Building for the celebration of International Justice Day on Sunday.
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