The following communication was widely distributed to BWA, Members of Parliament, Bankers, Law Firms and others – Blogmaster

Dear General Manager Keithroy Halliday,

Today Thursday July 8, 2021 a group (around 4 persons) of BWA staff led by supervisor Rueben Sealy came to my office at Lot 243, Flamboyant avenue, Sunset Crest  around 1.15pm with the intention of disconnecting my sole water supply. When I confronted your uninformed staff. with my original DEED of ownership, asking that they not engage in any activity or damage any of my property or trees I was totally ignored. Furthermore, Tina Landro-Parravicino (a UFO and squatter on my estate) held discussions with your BWA staff and even gave instructions about several water fittings on my estate, even though she has no title to my property (Sunset Crest/LimeGrove/Beach Club/Sunset Crest Propriety club).

As a last resort, I made a call to the Holetown Police station whereby several officers attended to the scene a few minutes later. It was only after the Intervention of the officers present that the BWA staff ceased their activities, but not after causing damage to my property.

It should be noted that this action by your BWA staff is not only illegal, but immoral as:

All BWA meters, pipes and or fittings run along ALL THOSE LANDS solely owned by myself, Joseph K Jordan lll (Golden Anchorage Limited). Rents for the use of my lands have not been paid and are due from/by Barbados Water Authority (BWA). On this estate, there is an existing covenant, which cannot be infringed by any ACT (including the BWA ACT).

No bill/invoice for payment has been produced to myself  Joseph K Jordan lll for use of residential water. As such, how can BWA disconnect with no proof of a liability?

Being private property (inclusive of the roadways, sidewalks, easements and pathways) comprising condominiums, villas and hotels, BWA has no legal right nor authority to trespass on my private estate without my permission and a valid warrant. This includes removing any items, trees or fittings from any of these 104 acres approximately of land.

Barbados (like every country in the world) is still battling a pandemic where personal hygiene and sanitation is preached  daily as a requirement to avoid an explosion of COVID infection among both locals and tourists (The lifeblood of our economy and Sunset Crest). How can you in good conscience disconnect a person’s water supply during these times?

In conclusion, I hereby notify you, the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) and the Government of Barbados that no BWA staff nor contractors shall trespass on my estate as of today, July 8th, 2021 without my prior written consent. Furthermore, as a gesture of goodwill, I am willing to meet with yourself to discuss an amicable resolution to this situation providing the original deeds/conveyances and release deeds that are not only registered at the Lands Registry but also at the High Court Registry.

I thank you in advance for your cooperation and expect your reply within 5 days of this communication.

Joseph K Jordan lll



  1. Still destroying and tiefing or attempting to tief Black people’s properties…..yall criminals have no shame..

  2. Dear BWA General Manager Mr. Halliday,

    Please read below for your reference and reminder that the current practice of disconnecting water to households and offices is both criminal and in contravention of the United Nations resolution (for which Barbados is a signatory).

    Please inform your BWA staff to cease and desist from this unlawful practice as Police Officer Roger Babb has been notified (Holetown Police Station and supposed Christian) of this so that Justice can be produced.

    Joseph K Jordan lll

    ———- Forwarded message ———
    From: J>
    Date: Thu, Jul 8, 2021 at 8:07 PM
    To: Joseph Jordan

    The United Nations website reads as follows:

    “On 28 July 2010, through Resolution 64/292, the United Nations General Assembly EXPLICITLY RECOGNIZED THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER AND SANITATION and acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realisation of all human rights. The Resolution calls upon States and international organisations to provide financial resources, help capacity-building and technology transfer to help countries, in particular developing countries, to provide safe, clean, accessible and affordable drinking water and sanitation for all.”
    “EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO A WATER AND SANITATION SERVICE that is physically accessible within, or in the immediate vicinity of the household…”

    “The United Nations Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean in collaboration with its partners is supporting implementation of the sustainable development goals across the 10 countries covered by our multi-country office (MCO).”
    “Barbados is the hub for the United Nations Multi-Country Office (MCO) for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, and has enjoyed a lasting partnership of over 40 years with the UN, which is vital considering the island’s leading role in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).”

  3. For a person to own the land under a private development is very common in the UK. A friend of mine there buys the freehold land that houses stand on including all common areas and grass verges etc including the land under the private road. The properties are usually held on 99 year leases [some of the older leases my even be for 999 years] and do not own the freehold of the land. People who want to cut a new drive across the grass verge have to pay an annual wayleave fee. Utility companies with power poles and water pipes also have to pay a wayleave fee.

    I am unsure on what basis Mr Jordan owns the land he claims to own? Not knowing what kind of deeds the property owners have, or what rights are in those deeds, it is difficult to see if Mr Jordan has the rights he claims.

    But having seen the problems that Barbados has with corrupt and nasty behaving lawyers I can understand that this matter may never be resolved. This would be a wonderful opportunity to take many thousands of dollars from both parties and to keep the ball in the air for almost time in eternity. Not that I am saying the current legal representatives are crooks because I do not know them or their past behaviour.

    Remember people gain rights with time, if someone has possession for a number of years and rent is never paid it opens up all sorts of problems for the actual owner.

  4. Electricity power lines, water, sewer and gas pipes all form “utility apparatus” and as such, companies have statutory powers to enter private land under legislation.

    Whether the utility company has a wayleave agreement or a deed of easement with the landowner, they have broadly similar rights.

    This is despite these two options being different in nature.

    An easement attaches to the land – and therefore to successive landowners, whereas a wayleave is a personal agreement between two parties.

    A wayleave usually attracts an annual payment for the apparatus being on the land, where as an easement usually involves a one-off capital payment.

  5. Dear Brian,

    Further to my previous email/communications, please see attached DOSSIER OF DOCUMENTS FOR THE PURCHASE OF 91.67 % CIBC FCIB BY JOSEPH K JORDAN lll.
    Yours truly
    Joseph K Jordan IIII

    On Wed, May 5, 2021 at 9:33 AM Clarke, Brian <> wrote:

    Dear Mr Jordan,

    The minutes of the annual meeting held on March 12, 2021 are on our website.

    In relation to your request for the names of our lawyers in Barbados and St Vincent, public companies in Barbados are not required to provide the names of their lawyers to their shareholders.

    Yours sincerely,

    Brian Clarke

    Brian Clarke QC | General Counsel & Group Corporate Secretary | CIBC FirstCaribbean |Michael Mansoor Building, Warrens, St. Michael, BB 22026, Barbados | Tel: 246 367-2537 | Cell: 246 233-0338 | |

    Internet communications are not secure and therefore CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank does not accept legal responsibility for the contents of this message. Although CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank operates anti-virus programmes, it does not accept responsibility for any damage whatsoever that is caused by viruses being passed. Any views or opinions presented are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank. If this email has not reached the intended recipient, please disregard and delete the message.

  6. Dear Mr. Marshall [AG],

    Please be advised that as the tenant of the complex which housing several government departments, including the Holetown Police Station, notice is hereby given for ALL departments falling under your jurisdiction (Police, Magistrates Court staff, Jail) must vacate my estate on or before July 31st, 2021.

    Being in possession of the INDENTURE/DEED of SUNSET CREST/GOLDEN ANCHORAGE LTD FOR THE SUNSET CREST/LIME GROVE ESTATE/HOLETOWN POLICE COMPLEX i am exercising my rights as the sole owner/proprietor of all these lands approximately 104 acres.

    Yours truly

    Joseph K Jordan IIII

  7. I know my friend can take care of himself. I liken this to the time I had to raise my voice in the bank; “Wait, black people ain’t to have money?” I was depositing a cheque with my name on it, my own money from my Credit Union. Lolol

    Dear Police COMMISSIONER Tyrone Griffith,I write to inform you of the unprofessional conduct of an Officer Roger Babb,
    (please see attached, inclusive of certified copy of the conveyance Deed dated September 1986, REGISTERED/RECORDED AT LAND REGISTRY AND SUPREME COURT REGISTRY) who has been acting as an agent for one Tina Landro-Parravicino to engage in repeated unlawful acts and criminal damage to my own estate at Sunset Crest.
    I thank you in advance for your cooperation and look forward to hearing from you.
    Joseph K Jordan lll

  9. Dear mwamsa,

    On Monday August 16, 2021 around 8.15am while inspecting me estate at Sunset Crest, St. James I observed you loitering on my property in the presence and accompanied by a known/repeat trespasser/LIAR Tina Landro-Parravicino (a Canadian Citizen, who filed a false police complaint in 2019 against me and I asked her on the stand in July 2021 whether she was a Prostitute. The learned Masgistrate found me NOT GUILTY August 16, 2021 at about 3pm) of which I have photographic evidence.

    Please note that the Sunset Crest Estate, St James (approximately 104 acres which includes LIMEGROVE, THE BEACH CLUB) is private property, owned solely by myself and you are hereby notified not to TRESPASS ON THE SUNSET CREST ESTATE.

    Yours truly

    Joseph K Jordan IIII

  10. Brief confrontation
    BUSINESSMAN JOSEPH JORDAN engaged in a brief stand-off with workmen from the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) yesterday when they turned up at Sunset Crest, St James, to disconnect what was alleged to be an illegal connection to the main.
    Reports indicate that Jordan sought to block access to the main with a vehicle and a bicycle and was ordered by accompanying police officers to remove both.
    Workmen were forced to dig up trees and several inches of the road to access the main.
    An upset Jordan said his company, Golden Anchorage, owned the land at Sunset Crest.
    “I own the main – eveything. People seem not to understand this development was done by Golden Anchorage Ltd. That is a company. The mains and the electricity belong to Golden Anchorage. What they can do is disconnect from out by Highway 1, so nobody here wouldn’t get water but right now it is a prejudice. All the infrastructure belongs to Golden Anchorage Ltd,” he said, as he waved what deeds proving ownership.
    When contacted the BWA’s marketing officer, Yvette Harris-Griffith, said she could not comment on the matter since the police were involved.
    However, an official at the BWA told the DAILY NATION that two weeks ago the water connection at several units at Sunset Crest which Jordan said he controlled were disconnected for nonpayment.
    “We have advised Mr Jordan that he can come to our
    offices and make arrangements to settle those bills.” Jordan admitted that he was informed that $50 000 was owed but said he was previously paying the bills for the units until a woman stepped in and took over.

    Source: Nation

  11. Please NOTE that Businessman Joseph Jordan did not own Golden Anchorage in 2012 when he went to High Court.
    Started filing at Corporate Affairs in 2016
    Mr. Jordan has been filing year end documents for Golden Anchorage Limited. company # 2428
    23-02-2016 #522026
    20-04-2016 #528669
    30-01-2017 #545843
    He claims to have 1 share in the company.

    There were notes attached to documents questioning:
    What happened to the Wheelers
    No record of Joseph Jordan being appointed
    Joseph K. Jordan not on file.
    The last directors appointed year 1994


    Jordan also admitted that he padlocked a number of doors to the property and placed notices on the businesses which leased the property from Sunset Crest Property Owners Incorporated saying he was seizing the properties for unpaid rent, but admitted he had no authority to do so, and this act only formed part of his tactics to get the owners’ attention.

    Jordan admits property not his
    BUSINESSMAN Joseph Jordan III has admitted that the property at Sunset Crest which operates as The Beach House is not his.
     Daily Nation (Barbados)
     6 Dec 2012

    Jordan told the No. 12 Supreme Court yesterday that his action of cutting off the hinges of a gate at the St James property, and disobeying a court order on four separate occasions by trespassing on the property, were just a tactic to earn dialogue with the people running the business there as it related to his rights of access to the nearby beach.
    Jordan, who admitted to his contemptuous behaviour and apologized for his actions in the same court two weeks ago, will now have to wait a few more days to find out if his sentence for that contempt, and also if the court injunction that prevented him from trespassing on the property would be discharged.
    After hearing final submissions and then addresses from lawyers for Jordan and The Beach House yesterday, Justice Jacqueline Cornelius reserved her final decision on both matters until Monday.
    Austin Hickey, vice-president of the Sunset Crest Property Owners Incorporated, the entity which has leased the premises to the Coach House Limited (which trades as The Beach House), and The Beach House’s general manager Gary Palmer also gave evidence yesterday.
    Under crossexamination by the Beach House’s attorney Wilfred Abrahams, Jordan revealed that as a member of the Sunset Crest Property Owners Association, he was the owner of five separate lots and a combination of units in the Golden Anchorage Condominiums in the area, but admitted he did not have a title deed giving him ownership of The Beach House property.
    In October when Jordan had workmen remove the hinges of the gate at The Beach House, he said it was his property.
    Jordan told Abrahams he did not have a conveyance to prove ownership, but that as a member of the Sunset Crest Property Owners Association, he felt he had rights to access the beach and the facility.
    “My issue is to have free access to the beach across from the property,” he said. “I was denied access and that’s why I cut the hinges off.”
    According to Jordan, the property on which The Beach House operates was originally designed by Sunset Crest Property Owners Incorporated as a meeting place for lot owners and guests to enjoy.
    “It was not meant to bring in income,” he added. “I wanted the owners of The Beach Club to come to a meeting to discuss, and bring balance regarding, the access of lot owners.”
    Jordan also admitted that he padlocked a number of doors to the property and placed notices on the businesses which leased the property from Sunset Crest Property Owners Incorporated saying he was seizing the properties for unpaid rent, but admitted he had no authority to do so, and this act only formed part of his tactics to get the owners’ attention.
    The businessman denied, however, that he threatened a staff member of The Beach Club with his licensed firearm on one of the occasions cited by the Coach House as grounds for the injunction.
    “I don’t expose my firearm. That is a fabrication” he told the court, but conceded that the description given by the staff member could describe his firearm.
    The witness said that as far as he knew, The Beach House did not have approval from the Town Planning Department to build the gate which prevents access to the beach.
    When questioned further by Abrahams, Jordan said employees of The Beach Club had never prevented him from entering the property.

  12. The businessman denied, however, that he threatened a staff member of The Beach Club with his licensed firearm on one of the occasions cited by the Coach House as grounds for the injunction.
    “I don’t expose my firearm. That is a fabrication” he told the court, but conceded that the description given by the staff member could describe his firearm.

    • If Joseph Jordan does not have legal standing in this matter why has it become protracted? Wasting the time of the Court and other resources?

  13. The question should be “why does an individual continue to exhibit such destructive, detrimental behavior.”

  14. What the public is not aware of is that Mr. Jordan had allowed a broken water pipe from his apartment to run water outside creating a marshy area. The water ran for approximately 6 months. The Board of Health, the Vector Control Unit and the BWA tried to speak with Mr. Jordan. He was asked to stop the leak. The end bill is unknown but last the amount at one point was almost 24,000.00.
    All meters to Mr. Jordan’s units that were not already locked off for NON-payment were disconnected in July. All his “LEGALLY CONNECTED” sources of water are either locked off by the BWA or the meter was completely removed. So where was Mr. Jordan getting water from? If Mr. Jordan was so concerned for his tenants’ comfort, he should have paid the water bills and repaired the broken pipe that leaked into the tens of thousands of dollars.
    As owners, WE end up paying for this type of wastage with increased cost to us the end user. Let us also consider the health aspect. Dengue and other mosquito borne illnesses are a very real concern and more so for someone such as Mr. Jordan who has “paying tenants” in the very area that was a swampy breeding ground.

    Currently there are no land disputes before the courts. Mr. Jordan will NOT bring the matter before the courts as he does not have the documentation to substantiate his claims in a court of law. The latest letter that Mr. Jordan wrote tells of the sorry state of a person that resorts to bullying. His writings are extremely racist, he motivates people through racist tirades and uses color to his advantage.

    I don’t believe that Mr. Jordan understands that the clause “WITHOUT PREJUDICE” only carries so much protection.

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