Crime & Court

Court Ruling For Free Soul Real Estate Case On March 24

The company is charged with two separate counts of undertaking unauthorised developments and one count of failure to comply with a prohibition notice under the Environment Management Act 2005.
14 Mar 2020 10:27
Court Ruling For Free Soul Real Estate Case On March 24

The court ruling for Freesoul Real Estate Development (Fiji) PTE Ltd case has been fixed for hearing on March 24 before Magistrate Peni Dalituicama.

The case was deferred because it was awaiting prosecutor Prenika Lata’s statement.

Freesoul denies allegations of unauthorised developments on Malolo Island in the Mamanuca Group.

The company is charged with two separate counts of undertaking unauthorised developments and one count of failure to comply with a prohibition notice under the Environment Management Act 2005.

Freesoul is alleged to have breached assessment and failed to comply with orders given on Jun 1, 2018, regarding the company’s projects in Malolo, Nadroga, in the Western division.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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