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Regional News of Sunday, 9 March 2014

Source: GNA

Late Kotoku Lartey family warns public against fraudsters

The family of the late Emmanuel Kotoku Lartey has warned the public against the activities of some fraudsters to dispose the estate of their dad at the North Industrial Area at Avenor, in the Greater Accra Region.

A statement issued by Nii Awuley Lartey, son of the deceased and family spokesperson said some of the fraudsters had managed to trespass on the property, and the matter is due for court while a related issue was settled out of court.

He warns that anyone who transact business with any person or group of persons involving the said property do so at his or her own risk.

Nii Lartey said the Deed of Assurance on the property was prepared by Lynes Quashie-Idun & Company Solicitors on August 15 1975, between Irweld Engineering of Ghana, and his late Lartey.

“A Land Certificate also certified Lydia Larteley Lartey, Emmanuel Lartei Lartey, Lawrence Awuley Lartey, Barnabas Mensah Lartey, Jeffery Nii Boi Lartey, Michael Lartei Lartey, Lilian Larteley Lartey, Emmanuel Awuley Lartey, Regina Larteley Lartey and Leticia Lartiokor Lartey as proprietors in common equal shares of an estate of freehold subject to the reservations, restrictions, encumbrances, liens and interests as notified by memorial and underwritten or endorsed.

“And in all that piece or parcel of land in extent 0.37 hectare (0.92 of an acre) and more or less being Parcel no. 16 Block 3 Section 046 situated in the North Industrial Area in the Greater Accra Region of the Republic of Ghana aforesaid as delineated on Registry Map No.004/046/1991 in the Land Title Registry, Victoriaborg, Accra,” he said.