Mangaluru: Couple accused of cheating apartment buyer of Rs 4.5 lacs


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Aug 7: A case is registered in the rural police station of cheating a man Rs 4.5 lacs on the pretext of selling an apartment.

Prashanth Rasquinha and his wife Joyce Reena Rasquinha are the accused. Muralidhar Pai is the victim and complainant.

Prashant and Reena told Muralidhar that they are going to sell the apartment near KMF of Neermarga owned by them to Muralidhar Pai. Accordingly, Muralidhar Pai had made an agreement for the sale at the sub registrar’s office and paid Rs 4.5 lac to the couple. However, the sale deed of the said flat was not done. The accused did not hand over the apartment giving an excuse of forms 9 and 11.

It is accused that the couple sold the apartment to some other person.

 

 

 

  

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  • Mohamed Aneesulla, Shimoga

    Mon, Aug 08 2022

    Mr. Pai should have enquired about the price twice and thrice with the real estate agents, brokers and middle men about the actual prevailing price of the flat before deciding to handing over cheque. 4.5 Lakhs is too cheap and that is the reason for getting cheated.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    So cheap ?one should think before want to buy apartment so cheap and why.Cant blame later.

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  • Pintu Singh, Kudla

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    Majorities being cheated due to their good nature. No justice for us. Sad

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  • mohan prabhu, mangalore/canada

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    Cheats should be deprived of their gains and punished.

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