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Phuket public prosecutor needs ‘more time’ to bring Ace 1 Condo developer to court

PHUKET: The public prosecutor tasked with bringing to court the developers of the Ace 1 Condominium project in Patong has revealed that he needs “at least one more month” before bringing the case to trial.

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By Saroj Kueprasertkij

Monday 16 November 2015, 01:06PM


Complainants against the Ace 1 Condo project in Patong pose for a photo during a protest at Phuket Provincial Hall earlier this year. Photo: The Phuket News / file

Complainants against the Ace 1 Condo project in Patong pose for a photo during a protest at Phuket Provincial Hall earlier this year. Photo: The Phuket News / file

Kathu Police handed over their case evidence and documents to the Phuket Provincial Public Prosecutor’s Office on October 26, confidently stating that the case should be brought to the court “within two weeks”. (See story here). 

The case, overseen by Col Angkul Klaiklueng of the Royal Thai Police Consumer Protection Division in Bangkok, aims to bring a a slew of charges against the developer, The Nine Property (Patong) Co, including fraud, developing land without the required permits, failure to obtain a building permit, and contravention of the Consumer Protection Act. (See story here.)

“We know this case affects a lot of people and they are waiting to hear about it, but we have to do our job the best we can, too,” Public Prosecutor Jessada Banditmongkolkul told The Phuket News today (Nov 16).

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“There are a lot of witness statements and evidence involved in this case,” he said. “We do not want to make any mistakes and we need some more time, at least one more month.”

Col Angkul told The Phuket News on October 27 that he was delighted by the news that the case was finally heading toward trial.

“The Ace 1 condominium case is very important for us, we consider it a pioneer case,” he said. “There are many more fraudulent cases in the property business. We will study this case very closely. I think I have to go to Phuket again very soon.”

 

 

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