Ruling for felonies in Beirut against defendants who forged contracts belonging to a bank


The Criminal Court in Beirut, composed of judges Tariq Al-Bitar, as President, and Merai Malak and Muhammad Shihab, Advisers, issued a ruling on the right of Suleiman Hussein Haider, Ahmad Hussein Haider and Ahmed Zain Faris (fleeing from justice), in the lawsuit against them from the “Islamic Lebanese Bank” SAL, with the offense of forgery and the use of counterfeit, with the aim of fraudulently taking money from the bank.

It was stated in the body of the ruling that the claimant bank, and through its commercial activity exhibition, is granting its customers financing under a Murabaha contract for the purchase of mechanisms, so that he who wishes to take advantage of this opportunity to submit the necessary documents to the bank, including an offer to sell the mechanism, its specifications and its price issued by the seller and a notice to arrest this The latter is part of its price, given that the bank grants 80% of the price of the mechanism, and when it agrees to the financing, it directs the seller to his approval of the offer, provided that the value of the financing is paid after the car is registered in the name of the borrower, and a mortgage contract is signed in favor of the bank in the interest of registering Cars and Mechanisms, delivered and deft The car and its mortgage contract, and after the customer who wants to take advantage of the financing, has signed documents in the bank, including his pledge to pay the amount of the financing or loan in monthly installments.

Investigations revealed that the defendants, and one of the employees in the bank, exploited the murabahah contracts by falsifying the documents required to obtain the loans, in addition to forging traffic licenses for the mechanisms and mortgage contracts related to it by stamping and signing it as issued by the Traffic Management Authority.

The court criminalized Suleiman Haidar in a felony of Article 459 penalties and Article 454/459, and convicted him of the misdemeanor stipulated in Article 655 of the same law, and the incorporation of the two penalties provided that the most severe punishment, meaning hard labor for 15 years, is applied, and affirming the enforcement of the arrest warrant against him .

It also criminalized the defendant Ahmed Haider under the above-mentioned articles, imposing the punishment of hard labor against him for a period of ten years, affirming the enforcement of the arrest warrant against him, criminalizing the accused Ahmed Faris and imposing hard labor penalties against him for a period of ten years.

The court obligated Haidar and Faris to pay the plaintiff bank, jointly and severally, an amount of 260,000 USD as a response, in addition to a malfunction and damage of 50 million Lebanese pounds, and to compel Fares and the Haydar brothers, jointly and severally, to pay the claimant bank an amount of 14,000 USD as Response, in addition to malfunction and damage of ten million Lebanese pounds.

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