King-Su Huang and her husband Michael Lee are involved in a bitter court case at Central London County Court against their own nephew, Cheng-Jen Ku, over claims he has “stolen” their £4million Kensington mews home.
Despite the home being bought in their nephew’s name, Mrs Huang alleges that she was always the rightful owner. She claims that she and her nephew agreed, prior to the purchase of the property, that the property be registered in his name, but that the beneficial interest would be hers. She provided the entire purchase price of the property and that her nephew was holding on trust for her.
However, Mr Cheng insists the house belongs to him because it was ‘gifted’ to him by his aunt in line with Taiwanese custom.
The case continues and the judge is expected to reserve his ruling until a later date.
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