Former Cayman Islands National Housing Development Trust Deputy Chairman Edlin Mcarthur Myles plead not guilty to several counts of obtaining property by deception and obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception on 3 August in the Cayman Island Grand Court.
During his arraignment, charges were read out in court, which alleged that on four occasions Mr. Myles obtained a pecuniary advantage by deception by dishonestly obtaining the advantage to earn commission by falsely representing that insurance was needed by individuals to get a house through the housing scheme.
Myles also faces five counts of obtaining property by deception, which allege that he deprived five separate individuals of money that totalled in the region of $1,000 by falsely representing that insurance was needed in order for them to get a house through the housing scheme.
Myles’ trial has been scheduled for 22 April, 2013. He is on bail.