PROPERTY developer George Katsimberis, who is accused of building a showroom in a joint venture deal without an approved building plan has continued with his application for referral of the matter to the Constitutional Court, after he accused the lower court of bias.
Through his lawyer Tino Chinyoka, Katsimberis has so far submitted over 500 pages over the last three months with some of the information dating back to 2021 saying this will aid him in the application for referral to ConCourt.
The property developer claims the fraudulent building plan he is being charged on was not his, adding that efforts to obtain other particulars from the State have hit a brickwall.
He submitted that the State was failing to give him the particulars because the plan which it is using to charge him was not the one which he used to build the showroom at the centre of the court case.
On the previous sitting his lawyer was advised by the court not to make a plethora of requests before an application for referral to Constitutional Court is completed.
Advocate Chinyoka had requested the court to help his client access some missing information in the transcript which he claimed will help him in his application for referral to the ConCourt.
But magistrate Vongai Guwuriro warned the lawyer not to detain the court to proceed with the application for referral to ConCourt at the expense of such further requests.
She then asked him not to subject her to questions as if he was interrogating her on the ruling she had made.
Deputy prosecutor -general Michael Reza asked the lawyer to file an application for request of further particulars at the superior court since it was heard before.
The matter was remanded to Thursday for continuation.