Manija Zayee, the Melbourne woman involved in the alleged $110m home loan scam, has appeared at court for a hearing this week.
Zayee is yet to enter a plea on charges linked to the alleged massive fraud committed against Australia’s largest financial institutions. She was joined by her de facto husband, Najam Shah.
The court has scheduled a committal hearing for April 17, the same date Shah and his co-accused, Aizaz Hassan, are set to face court.
Both men were charged with providing the country’s biggest banks falsified documents to secure multi-million dollar home loans from August 2008 to December 2011.
Earlier reports claim the scam may be around twice as large as previously thought, after the Australian Securities and Investments Commission found 600 suspect loans – a dramatic difference from the 350 initially reported.
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