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Matthew Curtis, defending, told the hearing that his client will now have to sell his home in order to pay back the amount.
Now, at a confiscation hearing at Birmingham Crown Court, Anderson, of Forshaw Heath Lane, Earlswood, has been ordered to pay back PS150,000 or face 18 months in prison.
At a confiscation hearing at Birmingham Crown Court Anderson, of Forshaw Heath Lane, Earlswood, Solihull, was ordered to pay back PS150,000 or face 18 months in prison.
A Proceeds of Crime Act hearing in Cardiff yesterday saw him ordered to pay back a total of PS73,581 plus a further PS1,150 towards prosecution costs.
At Teesside Crown Court yesterday, they were told to pay back PS31,417 between them.
The man, who does odd jobs in Al Ain city, confessed to police that he killed his cousin because he had failed to pay back his Dhs400 on time.
Prosecutor Alexander Greenwood said Winstone wanted to pay back the cash in an effort to avoid jail but she could only afford PS2.
The post Businessman's inability to pay back excessive interest on loan led to bomb blast, court told appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
At an earlier hearing last year Terence Cunningham Snr, 50, was ordered to pay back PS402,513.
In a court hearing in 2014, a confiscation order was granted ordering the 51-year-old to pay back PS250,000 of his tax scam.
Even if a borrower defaults, he or she will never have to pay back more than twice the original amount borrowed - including fees and charges.
This is biggest change in my view and its effect is that even if you default on the loan, you will never have to pay back more than twice the amount they borrowed.