Looted goods auctioned or donated

PHILIPSBURG - On Friday, April 6th, 2018, a number of rightful owners of confiscated items, which were looted during and in the aftermath of hurricane Irma, were able to reclaim their goods.
 
This week rightful owners were still allowed to come forward and provide proof of ownership for the items identified. Despite the multiple efforts of the Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Sint Maarten Police Force (KPSM) some items still remained unclaimed.
 
These items are being stored temporarily at the Police Station in Philipsburg which has been limiting storage space for confiscated items from other ongoing criminal investigations.
 
The Public Prosecutor has therefore taken the decision, with regard to the remaining items, to have these items auctioned to the public on a date yet to be announced, or donated to institutions such as schools, community centres, homes for the elderly and to less fortunate families or persons.

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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