Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Falsified Documents Used To Mislead SC On Mayfair

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Falsified documents used to mislead SC on Mayfair apartments: JIT report



The final report submitted by the Panamagate Co-Investigation Team (JIT) on July 10 in the "Ownership of Avenfield Apartments" section points to a major discrepancy between the submitted document and the Sharif family member's statements and the collected forensic evidence. to

According to the report, Maryam Safdar, Hussain Nawaz, Capt Muhammad Safdar and Hasan Nawaz tried to mislead and manipulate the Supreme Court of Pakistan through false documents submitted or signed by the accused.

In the Supreme Court's trial, defendants claimed that the bearer shares of Nescoll Limited and Nielson Enterprises Limited were transferred from former Qatar Prime Minister Hamad Al Thani to Hussein Nawaz in early 2006.

According to the defendants, Maryam Safdar signed a "trust certificate" with Hussain Nawaz and became a trustee of Avenfield property in February 2006.

Another trust deed was claimed to have been signed in 2008.

According to the JIT report, Maryam Safdar (Nawaz) claims to be the original in a particular response to writing the original trust deed, but in fact provided it as a good copy of the original.

The report is based on a document or record of a family lawyer selected, but the defendant was unable to submit additional documents / records or evidence prior to the JIT to prove the stated position in relation to the apartment. "

The JIT report claims that the defense of Maryam Safdar and Hussain Nawaz is "wrong" after the document is verified.

JIT also considered letters from Errol George (director of the British Virgin Islands' financial research agency) and responses from Mossack Fonseca & Co. In response to a Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) request, JIT confirmed his letter to Nizbeth Madura (Mossack Fonseca & Co's money laundering officer).

According to George, Maduro's response to the two companies is "Maryam Safdar", the company's revenue owner.

This letter also confirms that Mossack Fonseca & Co has "failed to receive the name, contact details and physical address of the Trustees, Trustees and Beneficiaries of the Trusts relating to or related to the Company."

The JIT report certifies "no doubt proven" documents that Maryam Safdar [Nawaz] owns the Avenfield property because it was the true owner of the Nielson and Nescoll offshore companies in 2012 "The Companies".

The report also concludes that Maryam Safdar's address is the address of Saroor Palace in Jeddah, as can be seen in Maduro's letter.

Maryam Nawaz lived at the same address from 2000 to 2005, and she says "Unless there is contradictory evidence, she is the true beneficial owner of Avenfield property in Nielson and Nescoll Offshore Companies."

According to an analysis of Maryam Nawaz's tax return, "I never declared Avenfield Apartments as a foreign property."

Another letter in question was quoted from Samba Financial Group on December 3, 2005 submitted to Minerva Financial Services. Because Maryam Nawaz was a Avenfield property manager in connection with the letter she "" handled at Minerva Financial Services.

According to the JIT report, the reason for the connection between the controversy of Maryam Safdar [Nawaz], director of Avenfield property, and Minerva Services and the Samba letter, is that George's certified letter says that "the property of these real estate properties managed by Minerva Services Profitable owner ".

The JIT report has "Maryam Safdar [Nawaz] submitted a fake counterfeit document to JIT, which is a criminal offense, with respect to the properties and ownership mentioned above."

The report continues to call these documents "decoys to manipulate facts". Maryam Safdar, Hussain Nawaz and Capt Muhammad Safdar also signed "these falsified and misleading documents."

The JIT also states that this document, submitted by Hasan Nawaz, will be involved in "manipulating and misleading Pakistan's Honorary Supreme Court".

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