PRIVATE BILL NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition will be presented to the Legislature by American General Life Insurance of Bermuda, Ltd. (the "Company") praying the enactment of certain provisions in relation to the Company as herein appears:

A Bill

entitled

American General Life Insurance of Bermuda, Ltd. Act 2009

WHEREAS a petition has been presented to the Legislature by American General Life Insurance of Bermuda, Ltd., a company incorporated in Bermuda on 19th January 2004, praying that legislation may be enacted to make provision for the establishment by the said company of segregated reserves and connected purposes.

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to grant the prayer of the said petition:

Be it therefore enacted by The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and the House of Assembly of Bermuda, and by the authority of the same, as follows:

1. This Act may be cited as the American General Life Insurance of Bermuda, Ltd. Act 2009.

2. (1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires:

(a) "American General" means American General Life Insurance of Bermuda, Ltd. an exempted company incorporated on 19th January 2004 under the Companies Act and any successor body corporate (including any amalgamated company resulting from any amalgamation directly or indirectly of American General Life Insurance of Bermuda, Ltd.) subsisting or which may subsist pursuant to the provisions of the laws of Bermuda;

(b) "Approved Actuary" means the Approved Actuary of the Company within the meaning of Section 26 of the Insurance Act;

(c) "Asset" means any right to or interest in property, whether real or personal, any article or right of commercial value, whether tangible or intangible, and any instrument, security, fund, or chose in action, and includes without limitation of the generality of the foregoing, letters of credit and the benefit of contracts of insurance and reinsurance in favour of the Company and sums earned and rights accrued in respect thereof, whether or not the same shall have been placed in or allocated to a Reserve;

(d) "Capital Claims" means any claims (such as those owed to shareholders whose shares are linked to a Segregated Account) which are (a) linked to a Segregated Account and (b) of such a nature that, under accounting principles generally accepted in the United States, they would, if they were claims against the general account of the Company, fall under the rubric of share capital, share premium, contributed surplus or other similar items in the balance sheet of the Company, rather than being ordinary liabilities in the nature of debt;

(e) "the Company" means American General or any Sponsored Entity;

(f) "the Companies Act" means the Companies Act 1981;

(g) "the Investment Business Act" means the Investment Business Act 2003, as amended;

(h) "the Insurance Act" means the Insurance Act 1978;

(i) "the Life Insurance Act" means the Life Insurance Act 1978;

(j) "Long-Term Business" means long-term business within the meaning of Section 1 of the Insurance Act;

(k) "Minister" means the Minister of Finance or such other Minister as may be responsible for the administration of the Companies Act;

(l) "person" includes any company, trustee, association or body of persons, whether corporate or unincorporate;

(m) "Policy" means any contract under which the Company is committed or to which the Company may commit itself from time to time in such form as it may deem expedient whereby (i) persons are protected against loss or liability to loss in respect of risks to which such persons may be exposed, or (ii) a sum of money is to be paid or money's worth is to be rendered upon the happening of an event or a specified date, or (iii) the Company administers a pension or other benefits plan;

(n) "Policyholder" means any person who purchases a Policy (except where the term "purchaser" is expressly given another meaning in this Act), any person under or pursuant to a Policy who is an owner of a Policy or with whom the Company is contractually bound or any person who is a beneficiary receiving benefits or payments under a Policy, and shall include such person's successors in title or assigns;

(o) "Policy Payment Liability" means the obligation of the Company to make a payment or payments under the terms of a Policy;

(p) "the Registrar" means the Registrar of Companies appointed under Section 3 of the Companies Act;

(q) "Reserve" means an account established by the Company in relation to a Policy or group of Policies, as evidenced by the opening of a separate ledger in relation thereto in the accounts of the Company and by specific mention in the terms of the Policy or group of Policies;

(r) "Segregated Account" means each account established or recorded pursuant to Section 6 of this Act, which shall be evidenced in the records of the Company and may be composed of sub-accounts and, where there are sub-accounts, the expression "Segregated Account" shall mean also each sub-account; and

(s) "Sponsored Entity" means a person registered as a Sponsored Entity pursuant to Section 13 of this Act.

(2) Wherever in this Act an obligation or duty is placed on the Company, or the Company is authorized to do any act, then, unless it is otherwise provided herein, such obligation, duty or act may be carried out by the directors of the Company.

3. (1) In the event of any conflict or inconsistency between the provisions of this Act and the provisions of the Companies Act, the Life Insurance Act, the Insurance Act, the Investment Business Act or any other statutory provision, whether express or implied, the provisions of this Act shall prevail.

(2) Any provisions of the Companies Act or other laws not inconsistent or in conflict with this Act shall apply to the Company.

4. (1) For the avoidance of doubt, this Act applies to all and any Policies including, without limitation, Policies issued prior to the commencement of this Act.

(2) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), the Insurance Act shall apply to the Company in accordance with its terms.

(3) Notwithstanding Section 23 of the Insurance Act, Section 24 of the Insurance Act shall not apply to Long-Term Business carried on by the Company or to the receipts from, Assets (and income arising therefrom) of and liabilities and expenses attributable to or allocated to a Segregated Account or which form part of a Segregated Account.

(4) Section 36(2) to (5) (inclusive) of the Insurance Act shall not apply to Long-Term Business carried on by the Company or the receipts from, Assets (and income arising therefrom) of and liabilities and expenses attributable to or allocated to a Segregated Account or which form part of a Segregated Account

5. (1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, the Life Insurance Act shall apply to any Policy expressed by its terms to be governed by the laws of Bermuda.

(2) Without restricting the meaning of insurable interest in the Life Insurance Act, where a Policy is expressed by its terms to be governed by the laws of Bermuda, a person shall have an insurable interest in the life of -

(a) those persons referred to in Section 8 of the Life Insurance Act;

(b) a grandparent or great grandparent;

(c) any person who has consented in writing to that person placing life insurance on his life;

(d) where that person is a trustee of a trust, any settlor of that trust, any person in whom a settlor of that trust has an insurable interest and any trustee of that trust; and

(e) in the case of an entity, whether or not formed under the laws of Bermuda, any director, officer or employee of the entity or any director, officer or employee of any affiliate of the entity.

(3) If at the time a Policy is to take effect, the Policyholder has an insurable interest in the person whose life is insured under the Policy, there shall be no limitation on the amount insured under the Policy.

6. (1) Where required under the terms of a Policy and in accordance with the terms thereof, the Company shall establish and maintain a Segregated Account for such Policy or a Segregated Account for any particular class of Policies (the Company determining the nature of the class and which Policies shall form a part of that class) with a sub-account for each Policy forming a part of the said class. For the purposes of this Act, each said sub-account shall be deemed to be a Segregated Account for the Policy to which it relates.

(2) Subject to this Act, rights and interests in the property subject to a Segregated Account shall be determined by the terms of the relevant Policy and no other rights or interests which might otherwise exist in the said property shall be recognized notwithstanding any statutory provision or any rule of law to the contrary. Each Policy shall be deemed to have a provision incorporated therein to the effect that no claim under the Policy may be paid from the Assets or funds of any Segregated Account not relating to such Policy.

(3) The Company shall allocate or credit to the relevant Segregated Account such portion of the premium, retrospective premium and the receipts from or attributable to the related Policy as the related Policy may stipulate and any other property of the Company properly or reasonably attributable to the Segregated Account including but not limited to rights of the Company under contract derived from or purchased with such premiums and receipts as the related Policy may stipulate.

(4) Where required under the terms of the Policy and in accordance with the terms thereof, moneys or proceeds received or receivable by the Company under any reinsurance Policy or other coverage against loss relating to a Policy shall form a part of the property of and be payable directly into the Segregated Account relating to such Policy.

(5) The Company shall be authorised to disclose information regarding its Policies or Policyholders to departments and agencies of the Government of Bermuda as required under Bermuda law.

7. (1) Where permitted under the terms of a Policy and in accordance with the terms thereof, premium may be paid to the Company in cash or in kind or in any combination thereof.

(2) References in the Insurance Act, the Life Insurance Act or any other statutory provision, or in the common law, whether express or implied, to payment of insurance moneys or benefits (and cognate expressions thereof, or associated expressions therewith) shall, to the extent that they may otherwise apply to the Company, be construed having regard to subsection (1).

8. If the terms of a Policy so permit, provided that the remaining Policy Payment Liability under a Policy can be fully commuted and satisfied, the Company may, at any time, at its discretion, satisfy such obligation either in cash or in kind including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, by converting the sum represented by such obligations into securities, shares or other instruments of whatever kind (or any combination thereof) and may, but shall not be required to, establish a Segregated Account or charge, hypothecate or otherwise encumber Assets placed in or allocated to a Reserve established in relation to the Policy.

9 (1) Notwithstanding that the terms of a Policy may provide that the Life Insurance Act shall apply to the Policy, Section 34 thereof shall not apply to Long-Term Business carried on by the Company.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Life Insurance Act, the Company shall, after the happening of an event upon which insurance money becomes payable, pay the insurance money to the person entitled thereto in accordance with the terms of the Policy.

10. (1)Subject to the terms of the Policy to which a Segregated Account relates, for each Segregated Account:

(a) the Company may transfer or allocate (as the case may be) Reserves and funds to the Segregated Account as it deems appropriate but subject to obtaining the confirmation from the Approved Actuary as required by subsection (2) of this section;

(b) without prejudice to the protections afforded by this Act to property subject to Segregated Accounts, the Company may invest and deal with the Assets, investment income and other property belonging to or concerning a Segregated Account in such manner as the Company thinks fit including without limitation commingling the property thereof with property belonging to or in the control of the Company or for which the Company is responsible (whether relating to other Segregated Accounts or not) provided always that proper records are maintained which would allow the Approved Actuary to identify the property or the interest in the mixed fund or combined or converted property which represents the property or its proceeds or property or allocations of portions of property among the Segregated Accounts; and, for the avoidance of doubt, any portion of any such mixed fund which is properly allocable to any Segregated Account shall for all purposes be treated as though it were an asset attributable to that Segregated Account;

(c) the Company shall allocate to a Segregated Account all expenses, income, interest, gains (or losses) incurred or earned from investing or dealing with the Assets, investment income and other property belonging to or concerning that Segregated Account; and

(d) the Company may close a Segregated Account and distribute the property attributable thereto.

(2) Notwithstanding the terms and conditions of any Policy, transfers and allocations to the Segregated Accounts administered by the Company shall be reviewed and approved annually by the Approved Actuary. The Approved Actuary shall approve the form of each Policy used by the Company. In the event that it comes to the attention of the Approved Actuary that the Company has made or intends to make any transfers or allocations requiring the approval of the Approved Actuary but such approval has not or will not be given (in this Act referred to as the "unauthorized transfer or allocation"), then the Approved Actuary shall inform the Registrar within thirty days of the unauthorized transfer or allocation coming to his attention. The Approved Actuary shall be obliged to give the Registrar upon the written request of the Registrar any information in the possession of the Approved Actuary concerning the unauthorized transfer or allocation and the reasons why the Approved Actuary has not or will not give his approval. After review of the information and other matters the Registrar shall report to the Minister who may exercise any powers granted under Sections 30 to 32 (inclusive) of the Insurance Act as amended, as the Minister considers appropriate in the circumstances. Section 52 of the Insurance Act shall extend to any information received by the Registrar pursuant to the foregoing.

11. The Company shall maintain separate books and records for each Segregated Account in accordance with such generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied with any amendments thereto and any additional principles as determined from time to time by the Company.

12. No Policy shall be construed as an investment under the provisions of Section 3 of the Investment Business Act or other law providing for the constitution or regulation of investment products in Bermuda unless the Policy, by its own terms, expressly provides that it is an investment under Bermuda law.

13. (1)Subject to subsection (2) hereof, at any time or from time to time, American General may apply to the Minister for permission for a person to be registered as a Sponsored Entity pursuant to subsection (3) hereof. Such person need not be formed or incorporated at the time of the application for such permission nor at the time of the Minister issuing such permission. However, the permission shall not be effective until the person exists under and in accordance with applicable statutory provisions of law. Upon the Minister issuing permission (but subject to the aforesaid), the said person shall be entitled to be registered pursuant to subsection (3) hereof and upon such registration may avail itself of the provisions of this Act. The Minister may issue the permission with such conditions as the Minister considers appropriate to be complied with prior to the registration of such person under subsection (3) hereof. At any time prior to such registration, the Minister may amend or impose conditions to the permission provided that reasonable notice is given to American General to allow American General to make representations to the Minister in relation to the proposed amendment or addition. The Minister shall not be obliged to give reasons for refusing such permission or for any amendment or condition.

(2) The Minister may not issue permission under subsection (1) hereof with respect to any persons unless: -

(a) at the time of the issue of such permission, the Minister is either satisfied that, or places a condition to the effect that, prior to and upon registration under subsection (3) hereof, American General controls, or there is common control of American General and such person of, directly or indirectly, not less than 5 per centum of the total votes that may be cast in order to elect or appoint the equivalent of the board of directors of such person; and

(b) that person is or will be a body corporate, partnership or other entity incorporated or formed under the laws of Bermuda or continued into Bermuda or amalgamated with a Bermuda company so as to subsist under the laws of Bermuda.

(3) The Registrar shall, upon receipt of the permission of the Minister issued pursuant to subsection (1) hereof, register the person as being entitled to avail itself of the provisions of this Act and such entitlement shall be effective upon such registration. Upon the date of such registration, the person shall be a Sponsored Entity.

(4) The Registrar shall maintain a public record of all registrations under this section, in such form and manner as the Registrar may in his discretion consider appropriate.

(5) The Registrar may deregister a Sponsored Entity upon receipt by the Registrar of written notice from American General or the Sponsored Entity stating its desire to be deregistered, and upon such deregistration such person shall cease to be a Sponsored Entity, provided that the Sponsored Entity is not under any then existing obligation to maintain a Segregated Account in which accrued rights and obligations in respect of such Segregated Account are preserved notwithstanding the deregistration.

14. The order and priority of the paying out of funds from a Segregated Account shall (without prejudice to the rights of any parties holding valid security interests against assets within that account and any valid preferential claims in respect of that Segregated Account) be determined by the terms of the instrument or instruments creating the rights and interests in respect of that Segregated Account taken together, and failing a sufficient statement of particulars governing the priority of those payments:-

(a) the claims of creditors and Policyholders of such Segregated Account shall rank ahead of the claims of any persons having claims against the Segregated Account in the nature of Capital Claims;

(b) the claims of creditors and Policyholders of such Segregated Account inter se shall rank pari passu;

(c) the claims of any persons having Capital Claims in relation to such Segregated Account inter se shall rank pari passu; and

(d) any abatement provisions in respect of the claims of creditors and Policyholders of such Segregated Account will not come into operation unless abatement provisions in respect of Capital Claims in relation to such Segregated Account (i) have been triggered, and (ii) following the application of such abatement provisions, the Capital Claims shall have been reduced to nil.

15. Notwithstanding any statutory provision or any rule of law to the contrary, on the commencement of proceedings to wind up the Company and in the winding up of the Company:-

(a) the liquidator shall be bound to recognize the separate nature of each Segregated Account pursuant to the provisions of this Act and shall not apply property identified as the property of any one Segregated Account (including any interest in a mixed fund or converted or combined property where property may have been commingled) to pay the claims of creditors of the Company or Policyholders other than the Policyholder to whom the Segregated Account relates;

(b) if required under the terms of the Policy, the liquidator shall preserve the property in the Segregated Account and ensure, where applicable, that the property therein matures in the ordinary course for the benefit of the Policyholder;

(c) the liquidator shall be bound to observe, and shall have no power to void or cancel, the terms of any Policy for which a Segregated Account has been established, and any deed, contract or agreement between the Company and any other person with respect to such Policy or Segregated Account; and

(d) to the benefit of the relevant Policyholder the remedies of tracing in law and in equity shall apply to the property and the proceeds of the property of any Segregated Account where such property or proceeds may have been commingled.

16. Nothing contained in this Act shall be construed to affect the rights of Her Majesty, Her heirs and successors or of any body politic or corporate or of any other person or persons except such as are mentioned in this Act, and those claiming by, from or under them.

Conyers Dill & Pearman

Attorneys for the Applicant

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BERMUDA

PROBATE

JURISDICTION

In the Estate of

Verna Lillian Stewart Deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims against the estate of VERNA LILLIAN STEWART late of 7 Agar's Hill, Pembroke Parish, Bermuda who died on October 13, 2008 are required to send the undersigned particulars of their claims on or before June 23, 2009. After that date, the Administrators will proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased, having regard only to claims of which notice shall have been given as aforesaid.

Dated this 8th day of May, 2009

Marshall Diel & Myers

Barristers & Attorneys

"Sofia House"

48 Church Street

Hamilton, Bermuda

Attn: Luciano Aicardi, Jr.

Fax: 292-6814

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BERMUDA

PROBATE

JURISDICTION

In the Estate of

Verna Lillian Stewart Deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that SCOTT STEWART of 7 Agar's Hill, Pembroke Parish, Bermuda and KENT STEWART of Suite 1488, 48 Par La Ville Road, City of Hamilton, Bermuda intend to apply to the Supreme Court of Bermuda for a Grant of Letters of Administration of the Estate of VERNA LILLIAN STEWART late of 7 Agar's Hill, Pembroke Parish, Bermuda, deceased, and that such application may be granted unless within 15 days of the date of this Notice, a Caveat shall be entered in the Registry of the Supreme Court of Bermuda, Hamilton, by any person objecting to such grant.

Dated the 8th day of May, 2009.

Marshall Diel & Myers

Barristers & Attorneys

"Sofia House"

48 Church Street

Hamilton, Bermuda

Attn: Luciano Aicardi, Jr.

Attorneys for

the Applicant

IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT 1981

(the "Act")

AND

IN THE MATTER OF

HKC (HOLDINGS)

LIMITED

(the "Company")

NOTICE OF REDUCTION OF SHARE PREMIUM

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 46(2)(a) of the Act that subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions, the Company proposes to reduce its share premium from approximately HK$10,183.7 million to approximately HK$10,058.9 million by approximately HK$124.8 million (the "Share Premium Reduction"). It is intended that conditional upon satisfaction of certain conditions, the Share Premium Reduction will take effect on or about 10 June, 2009.

Dated this 18th day of May, 2009.

Conyers Dill

& Pearman

Attorneys to

the Company

LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1981

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE REGISTER OF MEMBERS OF:

Brilliance China

Automotive Holdings Limited

(the "Company")

Will be closed on 3 June 2009 - 5 June 2009 both dates inclusive, during which period no transfer of shares will be registered.

By order of

the Board

Appleby

Management

(Bermuda) Limited

Registrar and

Transfer Agent

LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1981

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE REGISTER OF MEMBERS OF:

Topsearch International (Holdings) Limited

(the "Company")

Will be closed on 11 June 2009 to 15 June 2009 both days inclusive, during which period no transfer of shares will be registered.

By order

of the Board

Appleby

Management

(Bermuda) Limited

Registrar and

Transfer Agent

LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1981

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN THAT THE REGISTER OF MEMBERS OF:

CCT TECH

INTERNATIONAL

LIMITED

(the "Company")

Will be closed on Friday, 29th May 2009 - Tuesday, 2nd June 2009, both days inclusive, during which time no transfer of shares will be registered.

By order of the Board

Appleby Management (Bermuda) Limited

Register and Transfer Agent

LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1981

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN THAT THE REGISTER OF MEMBERS OF:

CCT TELECOM

HOLDINGS LIMITED

(the "Company")

Will be closed on Friday, 29 May 2009 - Tuesday, 2nd June 2009, both days inclusive, during which time no transfer of shares will be registered.

By order of the Board

Appleby Management (Bermuda) Limited

Register and

Transfer Agent

NOTICE OF

INTENTION TO APPLY FOR ADMINISTRATION

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BERMUDA

IN THE ESTATE OF

ARTHUR EUGENE

PITMAN, Deceased

NOTICE is hereby given that CHRISTINE ANN HIND of 29 Mission Road, Paget Parish in the Islands of Bermuda intends to apply to the Supreme Court of Bermuda for the Grant of Administration of the estate of ARTHUR EUGENE PITMAN, deceased, and that such application may be granted unless, within fifteen days of the date of this notice, a caveat shall be entered in the Registry of the Supreme Court, Hamilton, by any person objecting to such grant.

Dated this 5th day of May, 2009

CHRISTINE ANN HIND

COURT OF BERMUDA

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY

FOR

LETTERS OF

ADMINISTRATION

In the estate of

ESTHER ALFREDA TUCKER (otherwise known as "Esther Elfrida or Elfreda Tucker"),

deceased

Notice is hereby given that Darnell Fredericka Marguerite Raynor of "Theolou", 11 Cherry Hill Park, Paget PG 03, Bermuda and Darius Demetris Morris Tucker of 5 Fishermans Hill, Hamilton Parish CR 04 intend to apply to the Supreme Court of Bermuda for the grant of Letters of Administration of the estate of Esther Alfreda Tucker (otherwise known as "Esther Elfrida or Elfreda Tucker"), deceased, and that such application may be granted, unless within fifteen days of the date of this notice a caveat shall be entered in the Registry of the Supreme Court, Hamilton, by any person objecting to such grant.

Dated this 12th day of May 2009

COX HALLETT

WILKINSON

Milner House

Parliament Street,

Hamilton

Attorneys for

the applicant

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BERMUDA

PROBATE

JURISDICTION

In the estate of

PETER CLEMENT BARTRUM, deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Brian Alfred Worth of Barclay's Bank Trust Company Limited of 1 Churchill Lane, London, England E14 5HP intends to apply to the Supreme Court of Bermuda for a reseal Grant of Probate in the estate of Peter Clement Bartrum formerly of 2 Bay Court Doctors Road Berkhamsted Hertfordshire, England HP4 3DN, aforesaid and that such Application may be granted, unless within fifteen days of the date of this notice a caveat shall be entered in the Registry of the Supreme Court, Hamilton, by any person objecting to such Reseal Grant.

Dated this day of 4 May 2009

Appleby

Canon's Court,

22 Victoria Street

Hamilton HM12

Attorneys for

the Executors

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BERMUDA

IN THE ESTATE OF RYAN MANSFIELD TUCKER, DECEASED

NOTICE is hereby given that MARGUITA COLLEEN TUCKER and RYAN RICARDO TUCKER both of Smith's Parish in the Islands of Bermuda intends to apply to The Supreme Court of Bermuda for a Grant of Letters of Administration of the Estate of RYAN MANSFIELD TUCKER late of Smith's Parish in the said Islands and that such application may be granted, unless within Fifteen days of the date of this notice a caveat shall be entered in the Registry of The Supreme Court, Hamilton by any person objecting to such grant.

Dated the 15th day of May 2009.

CHRISTOPHER

FRANCIS FORREST

Dallas Building

7 Victoria Street

Hamilton HM11

Attorneys for

the Applicants

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BERMUDA

ESTATE OF THOMAS OTHNEIL MAXWELL, DECEASED

NOTICE is hereby given that THOMAS ERRINGTON MAXWELL and ROSEANN ANITA MAXWELL STOVELL both of Devonshire Parish in the Islands of Bermuda intend to apply to The Supreme Court of Bermuda for a Grant of Letters of Administration of the Estate of THOMAS OTHNEIL MAXWELL late of #45 Wallace Street, Freeport Town, Nassau County, New York in the United States of America and that such application may be granted, unless within Fifteen days of the date of this notice a caveat shall be entered in the Registry of The Supreme Court, Hamilton by any person objecting to such grant.

Dated the 6th day of May 2009.

EDWARD P. BAILEY

& ASSOCIATES

Suite 301

The Commerce Building

54 Reid Street

Hamilton

Attorneys for

the Applicants