Construction boss charged with CBT

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 01 Jun 2005

KUALA LUMPUR: A construction company director has claimed trial to committing criminal breach of trust involving RM89,847 three years ago. 

Tan Hock Beng, 42, of Sungai Buloh, is alleged to have committed the offence in his capacity as a director of Syarikat Perfect Kamhung Sdn Bhd at the company's premises in MWE Commercial Park in Jalan Kepong on June 7, 2002. 

DPP Rahayu Ab Talib asked the court to set bail at RM15,000 in one surety. 

She also asked the judge to order Tan to surrender his international passport to the court, which was agreed to by defence counsel Ng Aik Guan.  

Sessions court judge Nursinah Adzmi fixed Jan 9 for trial.  

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