TYCOON RAJU URGE COURT TO DISPERSE OFF DELAYED HEARING OF FAMILY LAND IN WESTALND, AND KICK OUT FRAUDSTERS.

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City tycoon Raju Sanghani with his lawyer before a Nairobi Court during the cross examination on commercial dispute case on Monday 16,2018/ PHOTO BY S.A.N.

BY NT CORRESPONDENT.

The  land  dispute case  filed in 2009, ought to be dispersed off in order to stop fraudsters from  claiming ownership of the suit property situated along Chiromo road, Westlands Nairobi.

The  land  dispute case  filed in 2009, ought to be dispersed off in order to stop fraudsters from  claiming ownership of the suit property situated along Chiromo road, Westlands Nairobi.

Mr Raju told Justice  Samson Okongo, a company trading as Fairmile Investment and  businessman Kantilal Patel have claimed ownership of the suit land registered under LR no 209/73/12 and purported to sell the same.

He told the court that he and  one  Jayant Rach are  the sole administrators of the estate of their father who died   testate in 2007 at Nairobi.

The  suit property is no longer in the hands of the Investment company and Mr Patel  the letters of administration and tittle is being held by  him and Rach up to date, he told the judge.

” All payments in respect of the suit property were made by the late father and his mother  who executed  ownership, saying that nobody can claim to own the land and purport to offer  it  for sell to third parties” the  court heard.

Mr  Raju  told the  in his evidence that, the investment company authorized his late father to process all documents to enable him register the property in his name.

He said that while  the issuance of  tittle was pending  in 2008 Mr Patel purportedly obtained a tittle of the suit land which he now claims to own the property.

 Mr Raju testified that  not withstanding the vesting of 1973 Mr Patel in flagrant breach of the law purported to sale the suit property at considerable price of Sh 12 million in November 2008.

The element of fraud has been between the directors of the Investment company and  Mr patel, while  knowing that they hold no tittle to the suit property that  is possession of the Mr Raju.

 The matter will proceed for further hearing on 18 September 2018.

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