26 Jun, 2012 @ 09:15
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Former director of Spanish golf course accused of forgery

THE former director of a Huelva golf course has been denounced over forgery allegations.

The businessman has been accused of forging documents so he could take €300,000 in compensation if he lost his job.

He has been denounced by Almonte Town Hall, in Huelva, which has now taken over the running of the course.

It follows another complaint made against Asistencia Integral Matalascanas S.L. over an alleged breach of contract with the public company Exclusive Donana SL.

James Bryce

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