The Kafkaesque scam that lost a Tel Aviv family its dream home
This case involves a sophisticated ruse involving the revival of a dormant company by imposters masquerading as its owners who took control of its assets and sold off the land registered in its name.
The Iskhakov family was dumbstruck when Tel Aviv District Court Judge Drora Pilpel handed down her ruling two weeks ago on the fate of their apartment. The case involved the boyhood home of the internationally renowned violinist Shlomo Mintz, which was fraudulently sold to the Iskhakovs; Judge Pilpel concluded that the deed to the apartment would revert to the violinist.
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