Broadsheet case: NAB pays 28.7 million pounds to a British company

The NAB paid 28.7 million pounds to the British firm Broadsheet after losing the case in the London High Court.

The British High Court has issued orders against the attachment of four flats of Avonfield Apartments owned by the Sharif family in a case filed by Broadsheet against the Government of Pakistan and NAB.

Broadsheet had requested attachment of 4 apartments in the petition while the lawyers of the Sharif family welcomed the court decision.

Former President Pervez Musharraf had hired Broadsheet in 1999 to trace the properties of Nawaz Sharif, Asif Ali Zardari, Benazir Bhutto, and others. The deal expired in 2003.

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