Re Seamer; Seamer v Wood and others

Sentence – Confiscation order. The receiver appointed over the defendant's assets as a result of a confiscation order against him sought, amongst other things, an order permitting him to sell a property and to use the funds to satisfy the confiscation order. The Administrative Court found that the defendant was the legal and beneficial owner of the property. Further, a deed of trust he entered was a sham to support the pretence that the property could not be sold to satisfy any of the defendant's debts.

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