What s your opininion of Hasmukh and Patricia LAL debt-laundry judgments?
H LAL & ASS - liquidated 16 December owing $several Millions to many vulnerable victims, children and elderly holding the 'worthless agreements to repay thousands' stolen by the conspiracy of the two most dangerous predators I have met.
Hasmukh LAL - Bankrupt 16 September 2009 - owing additional $several millions to many victims, and financial institutions.
Hass and Patricia Lai lived lavishly off victims moneis for decades and both knowingly defrauded many vulnerable and deprived our children, and shamelessly denigrate and defame our children and us.
i. 6 Oct 2012. Armed with a fraudulently obtained Costs Certificate, criminal, Patricia LAL, Garnishee’d PATEL bank account to rob $thousands
ii. 23 Sep 2011 - Kograh Court, NSW, Australia 2011/00306856. Patricia LAL v PATEL
Criminal Patricia LAL. - Armed with a fraudulently obtained Costs Certificate, obtains garnishee order
iii. 16 Sept 2010 – 23 Aug 2011 – Supreme Court of NSW Costs Assessment - 2010/00308605. Patricia LAL v PATEL
Fraudster, Patricia LAL fabricated judgment to obtain costs order in June 2011!
Patricia (aka Lai, etc) influenced John EADES, Solicitor and costs Assessor of GRIFFITH, NSW,
iv. 29 Jun 2011 - Supreme Ct of NSW – Consequential Orders following judgment of 22June 2011 (2009/290378) - PATEL v Patricia LAL, Hasmukh LAL (Bankrupt 16Sep09), and H LAL & Associates Pty Ltd (liquidated 16Dec09)
HH Justice, BISCOE AJ: “By consent defendants (Hasmukh and Patricia LAL) “declares that the transfer of the property referred to in folio identifier B/412067 and known as 49 O'Neill Street, Brighton Le Sands ( the Property** ) from the second defendant to the first defendant is voidable under s 37A of the Conveyancing Act 1919 at the instance of the plaintiff as a person thereby prejudiced. “
*Outstanding mortgage and debts approx <$1.5 million for barely employed Patricia LAL, working as a nursing assistant in aged care.
**CBA took possession 19Jan2012,
v. 1Sep2009 - 22 Jun 11 - Supreme Ct of NSW (2009/290378) - PATEL v Patricia LAL, Hasmukh LAL (Bankrupt 16Sep09), and H LAL & Associates Pty Ltd (liquidated 16Dec09)
Judgment to void fraudulent transfer to Patricia LAL (FRAUD) from company, H LAL & Associates
· Shop-front: Advertising & providing unregistered trade services, shielded by tenant ATAX services
· Unlawful $1Million Loan approval to Patricia LAL - claiming to earn $250,000 as an executive and without children, and Cashing-out $220,578; thus indebting the property
· Patricia LAL testimony of May 2011, rejecting knowledge Pauline (mother), whereas lending bank CBA records “Pauline as LPFT Trustee ”
· Hasmukh and Patricia LALs’ conspiracy to defraud creditors; Perjury and fraud - infinite list.
HH Justice, BISCOE AJ: “The Company carried on business as a mortgage broker and provider of tax and accounting services from about 1996.”
vi. 29 Oct 10 - Supreme Ct. of NSW (2009/290378) - PATEL v Patricia LAL, Hasmukh LAL (Bankrupt 16Sep09), and H LAL & Associates Pty Ltd (liquidated 16Dec09)
HH, Justice McKREADY. Judgment to dismiss fraudster Hasmukhand Patricia LAL's vexatious defence; preceeded by unlawful hearing on 12 February 2010 in the absence of appellant(Patel) by long-term fraudsters Hasmukh and Patricia LAL.
vii. Sep 2009 - 16 Jul 10 - Federal Magistrate Court Australia (Sydney Registry) Orders (NSD2726/09) -– Order finalised toBankrupt Hasmukh LAL. Alexa Enterprises Pty Limited ACN 100 432 817 v Hasmukh LAL
Federal Magistrate BARNES: “A sequestration order be made against the estate of Hasmukh Lal.“
Hasmukh LAL - submitting only one bank account with $25! Even after thieving many vulnerable, families, and depriving children and elderly, thieving for decades of thousands of $s declared owing millions (understated).
viii. 23 Aug 2009 - 24 Jun 10 - Supreme Ct of NSW (2009/295921) -Hasmukh LAL and H LAL & Associates Pty Ltd (liquidated 16Dec09) v PATEL.
Judgment Affirming Local Court judgment, Downing Centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Ø Local Court North Sydney 517/08 - May 2008 – July 2008 - PATEL v H LAL
Ø Local Court, Downing Centre, Sydney – Aug 2008 – 24 July 2009 - PATEL v H LAL & H LAL & ASS
HH, Justice Joanne Harrison: "His Honour gave reasons for his findings and highlighted examples of where Mr Lal’s evidence was not consistent with the written documentation. It was open to the Magistrate to make these findings. "
'Referring to the reasons of Brereton J, the equity proceedings concerned the caveat that Ms Patel lodged on or about 1 July 2008. It affected land comprised in folios B/412067 and 1/1054775 of which the first defendant H Lal & Associateswas the registered proprietor, and claimed an interest as follows: “Notice of default judgment $40,000 plus notice of writ." That interest was said to arise by virtue of a statement of claim dated 15 May 2005 and a notice of default judgment dated 19 June 2008 in proceedings in the North Sydney Local Court, in which Ms Patel sued the second defendant Mr Lal personally (not the corporate first defendant H Lal & Associates Pty Ltd), and apparently recovered a default judgment, which judgment had been set aside. '
“In short, when it comes to issues of credit, this is one of those rare cases where there is a stark contrast. So that is perfectly clear the plaintiff is to be believed and the defendant is not. …”
"Mr Lal sought to mislead the court and sought to do whatever he could to ensure that these proceedings were defeated, whether it meant telling, whether it meant telling the truth or whether it meant telling lies. I have made a very clear finding on credit and in my view this is one of those exceptional cases where the plaintiff who trusted Mr Lal as her financial advisor ought not to be out of pocket one cent. For that REASON I AM MAKING AN AWARD OF COSTS ON AN INDEMNITY BASIS.
That is not to punish, Mr Lal, but it is to compensate fully for a case that should never have been defended, that has been dragged out and dragged through the courts in a most unreasonable way, maintaining a defence which was not blessed by truth. …”
At all time he was portraying himself as somebody who was honest, straightforward, and despite the fact that he was borrowing money effectively from his own client, he sought to portray himself as somebody who had done absolutely nothing wrong in the circumstances.
ix) 24 Sep 2009 - 11 Dec 2009 - Federal Court (Sydney) – (P)NSD1060/2009- H Lal & Associates Pty Ltd ACN 076 408 412 v Jenny (Official name Jaswanti) Patelhttps://www.comcourts.gov.au/file/Federal/P/NSD1060/2009/actions
HH Justice, LINDGREN J: “The motion brought by notice of motion filed on 4 December 2009 is dismissed.”
x) 11 DEC 2009 - Federal Court of AUSTRALIA (Sydney Registry) (P)NSD1060/2009 - H Lal & Associates Pty Ltd ACN 076 408 412 v Jenny (Official name Jaswanti) Patel
HH Justice, LINDGREN J: “whatever the position was previously, when Mr Lal made his affidavit on 3 December 2009 and filed it and the notice of motion on the following day, it was clear to all that the proceeding had been commenced outside the 21 day time limit which was made mandatory by the statutory provision as recognised in David Grant.
In these circumstances, it is appropriate that costs be ordered on the indemnity basis. “
xii) 17 Nov 2009 - 16 Dec09 – Federal Court of Australia - (NSD 1304/2009) Jenny PATEL v H LAL & Associates Pty Ltd (ACN 076 408 412)
District Registrar Wall Federal Court Orders : “H LAL & ASSOCIATES PTY LTD ACN 076 408 412 be wound up”
xiii) 30 Oct 2009 - Federal Court of Australia - NSD 1304/2009 Jenny PATEL v H LAL & ASSOCIATES PTY LTD (ACN 076 408 412)
District Registrar Wall: “set aside application be dismissed”
xiv) 16 Sep 09 - 1 Dec 2009. Federal Magistrates Court (Sydney Registry)SYG 2256 of 2009 - Hasmukh LAL v Surti Pty Limited  FMCA 1229,
HH FM, Justice RAPHAEL: “The creditor has a judgment. He is entitled to enforce that judgment.”
“Lal’sAmended Statement of Claim - The first is the loss on the sale of the accountancy business of $115,000.00. The second, a loss of income of $50,000.00 p.a. for 3.25 years and continuing, which he states is $162,500.00. The third is the costs of selling the business, $13,125.00. And the fourth is interest on the total amount, which he calculates as $290,625.00. I explained to Mr Lal that in my view claims 1 and 2 suffered from duplicity. He could either claim for the loss on the sale of the business or for the loss of income, but I did not believe that he could sue for both.”
*Note: LAL stole and converted the defendants’ cheque approx $34,000 in 2005, and then (in conspiracy with wife, Patricia) purported to negotiate purchase of victims business
xv) 6 July 2010 – Federal Magistrates Court - SYG 2726 of 2009 - Alexa Enterprises Pty Ltd v Hasmukh LAL  FMCA 504),
HH FM Justice, BARNES: "Mr Lal has not satisfied me that he is able to pay his debts in the sense provided for in s.52(2)(a) of the Act.
As indicated, Mr Lal has not put evidence as to his solvency or financial positionbefore the court. The existence of his claim in relation to Surti is not such as to establish that he is able to pay all the debts he owes within a reasonable time in the absence of evidence as to his financial position "
"The mere existence of an arguable claim against a third party does not by itself necessarily constitute “other sufficient cause” to dismiss the creditor’s petition. "
"Accordingly a sequestration order should be made against the estate of Hasmukh Lal with the usual order as to costs."
xv) 23 Aug 2008 - 3 Sep 08 - Supreme Court of NSW - (SC 4468/08) Jenny PATEL v H LAL & ASSOCIATES PTY LTD (ACN 076 408 412)
HH Justice BRERETON "H Lal & Associates applied for a lapsing notice on 6 August 2008. There was some suggestion that 21 days from date of service expired on 31 August 2008, although it was not clear whether or not evidence of service has been lodged with the Registrar General, nor whether the caveat had, in fact, already lapsed."
HH. Justice Brereton: Affirming property 49 Oniel Street, Brighton Le Sands NSW 2216 and 400 Illawarra Road, Marrickville, NSW 2204 as assets of the company (H LAL & Associates Pty Ltd). Judge declining caveat for want of formalised 'security' that fraudster Hasmukh LAL had reneged to execute after stealing $72,208 (in 2003) of my money, thus depriving my young children but during 2011, Patricia LAL included, denigrated repeatedly and shamelessly* my children they had deprived. (*To courts, and all and sundry
· TV News - Thursday July 28, 2005
“The Tax Office has reminded people who use a tax agent to prepare their tax return to check that the agent is registered. Two companies were recently sentenced in the Downing Centre local court for breaches of the Tax Act and fined over $8,000. The companies H L & Associates Pty Ltd & H Lal & Associates were found guilty of falsely advertising as registered tax agents and charging clients a fee to prepare tax returns. Only a registered tax agent can charge a fee to prepare and lodge your return, so it's important to check you are using a registered tax agent. A list of registered agents can be found at Tax Agents’ Board site or you can check with the Tax Agents' Board on Ph: 1300 362 892.”
· Take care when selecting your tax agent - 20 July 2005
Media release Nat - 2005/48
“The Tax Office today reminded people who use a tax agent to prepare their tax return to check that the agent is registered.
The reminder comes after two companies were sentenced in the Downing Centre local court yesterday for breaches of the Tax Act and fined over $8,000.
The companies H L & Associates Pty Ltd & H Lal & Associates* were found guilty of falsely advertising as registered tax agents and charging clients a fee to prepare tax returns.
Tax Commissioner Michael Carmody said only a registered tax agent can charge a fee to prepare and lodge your return, so it's important to check you are using a registered tax agent.
A list of registered agents can be found at www.tabd.gov.au or you can check with the Tax Agents' Board on 1300 362 892.
*Sole director: Hasmukh LAL, large scale fraudster, violator, invader, thief, impersonator, criminal …. Operating numerous entities, working the systems in conspiracy with Patricia LAL, claiming Workers’ compensation (Oct 2007-May 2008) and yet fraudulently obtaining a $1million using other victim’s details.