Father and sons hit with £278,000 bill after false claims


In August 2010, Nadeem Dad and his brother Amer Dad were sentenced to 15 months imprisonment at Burnley Crown Court after being found guilty of money laundering and conspiracy to defraud.

Following this, during a Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) hearing at Burnley Crown Court in December 2012, it was judged that Nadeem Dad had benefited by £163,756.58 as a result of his criminal activity.

A confiscation order was set for £51,846.33 of his available assets and he was ordered to pay this within six

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