Slovak regional land registry head made scapegoat in huge real estate scam
The head of the Slovakian land registry in Senec, near Bratislava, was charged for allowing the transfer of real estate, frozen by the general prosecutor’s office, Slovakian news website The Daily.SK reported.
“The recent affair of alleged cronyism involving the transfer of a disputed block of flats with the endorsement of Deputy Attorney General Dobroslav T, has produced its first victim, or scapegoat, in the shape of the head of the Cadastral Authority in Senec,” The Daily.SK wrote.
At the center of the dispute is a residential complex in Bernolakovo, located near Bratislava, which was frozen after the developer’s partners fell out. Dobroslav T allegedly sent a transfer order to be processed at the land registry.
The complex was then given over to one of its developers; London based CDI, allegedly run by Dobroslav T”s acquaintance, Marian K, according to the Slovakian news portal.
Acting Attorney General Ladislav Tichy announced that Dobroslav T”s actions had not in any way harmed the investigation, adding that no money had been made as a result.
Tichy ordered the transfer to be canceled.