We've all noticed those "NO REFUND, NO EXCHANGE" signs in some stores in T&T. Or, we've seen it printed on the receipts we've received after we've made a purchase. But have you ever wondered if these policies are legal?
The demerit points system is now set to start on May 26th 2020 in T&T. Are you ready for it? Do you understand it?
Here are 15 things you should know about the demerit points system in T&T:
I HAVE A COMPANY AND MY ANNUAL RETURNS ARE DUE FOR FILING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. WHAT DO I DO?
Luckily, you wouldn't have to worry about those horrible late filing fees once you file your annual returns by the 31st of July, 2020.
Well luckily, you wouldn't have to do anything because technically your Driver's Permit hasn't yet "expired" - it remains valid.
Marijuana, weed, cannabis, pot, ganja, Mary Jane....whatever you choose to call it, there are always questions about it. Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the laws on marijuana in T&T:
The use of social media has exploded in recent years. Many of us use social media apps like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Most of us post photos of ourselves on vacation or out with friends or share an article we find interesting. However, sometimes things can get heated on social media and people end up making mean-spirited or even malicious posts about others. So what can you do if someone posts something untrue about you on social media?
Currently in Trinidad and Tobago there is no functioning regulatory framework in place to ensure affordability of housing rentals.
Yes, if certain conditions are met, a person can be forced to stay in quarantine (or be guilty of an offence).
Until the 9th of June 2017, child marriage was actually legal in Trinidad and Tobago. We can now breathe a sigh of relief that the legal marriage age is now 18 in T&T - child marriage is now illegal.
If you would like to officially change your legal name to a new name you will have to do what is called a Deed Poll.