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4 maltatoday | SUNDAY • 4 SEPTEMBER 2022 NEWS By a decree given on the 21st July, 2022 by the Civil Court First Hall, the Court ordered that the extract hereunder mentioned be published for the purpose of service according to Article 187 (3) of the Code of Organization and Civil Procedure (Chapter 12): By the application filed in the Civil Court First Hall on the 2nd June 2022 by Natalie Mary Louise Vella Wright application num- ber 34/22 in the names Nathalie Mary Louise Vella Wright ID298201L vs Emanuel Baldacchino & Co Limited C44700 et being asked that the Court orders the sale by auction of the: The Class Four (IV) type shop, situated in the semi basement level, underlying third party property, unnumbered and unnamed, forming part of a block that was constructed on the site previously occupied by the house that had officially numbers two hundred and sixty one (261) and two hundred and sixty two (262), with the name of 'Trinidad', in Main Street, Balzan, free and unencumbered, with all its rights and appurtenances, the entire block is bounded on the South by the road, on the West by a property that overlooks in Triq San Franġisk, and on the East by a property that overlooks in Triq Wied Ħal-Balzan. The said tenement is the property of Emanuel Baldacchino & Co Limited with the registration number C44700 and Emmanuel Bal- dacchino ID368682M personally and qua guarantee in solidum with Emmanuel Baldacchino & Co Limited with the registration number C44700. Registry of the Superior Courts, this Wednesday, 3rd August 2022. Marvic Farrugia For the Registrar, Civil Courts and Tribunals CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 The individual, known to MaltaToday, is also facing in- vestigations over alleged sexual harassment during his time at LESA, while also facing court proceedings over breach of da- ta protection on his place of work. Despite the serious alle- gations, this newspaper is informed that he has been transferred to the transport au- thority, and is currently a law enforcement Officer with TM's motorcycle unit. MaltaToday reached out to LESA Chief Executive Officer Svetlick Flores, who refused to comment on any of the ongo- ing investigations and on the individual's transfer out of the agency. When reports on the cancel- lation of fines were first pub- lished last December, Flores had said that disciplinary pro- ceedings had been started im- mediately. "As a precautionary measure, LESA also removed the person from the role until disciplinary proceedings are concluded. The process is cur- rently under way." He refused to answer on whether the investigation has been concluded. "I will not comment on indi- vidual situations. All I can say that any reports received are investigated thoroughly by the agency," he said. This newspaper also reached out to Transport Malta, which has however refused to answer any questions put forward by the end of the deadline provid- ed. Questions into whether the transport authority knew of the ongoing investigations be- fore his employment, when he was employed, whether it finds appropriate to have a law en- forcement official with these serious claims hanging over his head and who recommended he be employed with TM, were all ignored. TM post for LESA contraventions suspect A 41-year-old man from Ta' Xbiex is fighting for his life after sufferring extensive burns in a car fire, in Valletta on Saturday morning. The accident occurred at about 9:15am on the coastline of Triq il-Lanċa, in the area of Marsamxett. Police said the fire engulfed the driver's Vauxhall Insignia car. The victim was found lying on the ground near the car. But police also said they had been alerted by a caller from opposite the Sliema Creek, in Tigné, who said they had heard an explosion. Medical assistance was im- mediately sought and the man was taken to Mater Dei Hospi- tal, where he was certified to be suffering from serious injuries. On the scene of the incident were Civil Protection mem- bers, and the Explosive Ordi- nance Disposal of the Armed Forces of Malta. An inquiry is being led by Magistrate Yana Micallef Sta- frace, with police believing the fire did not develop accidental- ly. Car fire on Valletta coast, victim fights for his life

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