Founder of Mae’s school in court battle to save secondary wing from seizure

The founder and administrator of Mae’s School, Mayfield French-Rodrigues  has moved to the High Court to stop  attempts to evict her from a property which houses the secondary wing of her school after an apparent incomplete purchasing arrangement between herself  and attorney at law Nigel Hughes.

Such a move, she said will ruin her and will result in the displacement of 300 secondary school students, some of whom are preparing to write CSEC Examinations later this year.

The two had entered into a purchasing agreement in relation to E 1/2 of Lot 29 Third Avenue, Subryanville, Georgetown, in 2006 for $20M, of  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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