Lolly Jackson's family to fight Sars

2013-05-12 07:20
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Johannesburg - The family of controversial murdered businessman Lolly Jackson have said they will fight Sars after the tax authority began the process of seizing his assets.

Sars was granted a court order in April to begin valuing Jackson’s assets as he owed more than R100m in taxes, reported Eyewitness News.

Jackson was shot dead in 2010.

Curators were appointed to begin valuing his assets.

Claims have come from all over, including from Czech businessman Radovan Krejcir.

Jackson’s family said in a statement they would contest the court order that allowed Sars to seize their assets.

They said they were confident of a positive outcome.

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