KUALA LUMPUR: A company director and his wife have been charged with making false statements in regard to their company shares and the appointment of a director.
Anuwa Mohammad Daud, 61, and Nik Maisarah Nik Omar, 44, are accused of giving false statements to the Companies Commission of Malaysia on Dec 12, 2005 in relation to the allotment of 499,998 shares of Neutral Vest (M) Sdn Bhd.
They are also accused of lying about the appointment of Anuwa as the company director of Neutral Vest in a form dated March 6, 2007.The later offences were said to have occurred at the CCM office in Putra Place here.
If convicted, they face a maximum 10 years’ in jail or a fine of up to RM250,000 for each of the charges.
Sessions Court Judge Hasbi Hasan allowed an application by prosecuting officer Steve Chin Yun Cheong to jointly try the couple.
She also set bail at RM20,000 with one surety for each of the charges against Anuwa, and RM15,000 with one surety for each of the charges against Nik Maisarah.
She also ordered that they surrender their passports.
Anuwa was represented by Nathisha Zainul Rashid while Nik Maisarah was represented by M. Reza Hassan.
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