Bank manager testifies that businesswoman Phang Li Koon took a loan of RM2.125 million to buy Pinhorn Road property.
The trial at the Penang High Court will take place over a period of 23 days until the end of May.
The case is over the sale of a bungalow by businesswoman Phang Li Koon to the chief minister.
At RM14.5 million, it tops the list of 10 most expensive homes transacted in Malaysia in 2017, compiled by iPropertyIQ.com.
A microsite with a similar URL to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's blog features prominently throughout the video critical of the Penang government.
Izam Abd Nasir also denies providing a 'statement' for Adam Rosly to sign without asking him any questions before the interrogation session.
Kua Kia Soong narrates the events which led to his disqualification from the 1995 general election, asks how this compares to Lim Guan Eng's corruption charge.
Penang CM maintains corruption charge against him is politically motivated.
Prosecution to call up 40 witnesses during trial, which will commence on March 26.
Justice Kamaludin Md Said says AG Apandi Ali failed to make full disclosure of all evidence when making the application, and that the AG cannot pick and choose the statements which favour him.
The Red Shirts leader claims unnamed leader keeps his money overseas to be channelled to Malaysia for upcoming 14th general election.
Family member Jimmy Sidhu hopes Selangor MB will intervene and stop house from being demolished on Sept 20.
Justice Idrus Harun agrees with lawyers that the recusal application has merit as the applicability of Article 5 of the Federal Constitution had been decided by him in another case two weeks ago.
The PKR vice-president says the circumstances of the court cases the two politicians face are different.
MACC charge sheets say both of Adam's statements on Feb 10 and Feb 22, with these claims, were false.
Adam, who claimed trial to six charges today, following his arrest over having ‘unusual’ wealth by the MACC, was granted bail of RM300,000 in one surety.
PKR Youth leader expected to be charged in Magistrate's Court tomorrow for falsification and concealment of information of his 'extraordinary wealth'.
Penang chief minister says only motions useful to the people ought to be tabled in the assembly, not motions that he resign.
PKR Ampang Youth chief Adam Rosly attributes wealth to being independent and business-minded since schooldays, having gone through a 'turbulent childhood'.
It says combating corruption and the abuse of political power are part of Pakatan's main struggle.
The Ampang PKR Youth head says it's not strange to have wealth and titles in this day and age.
The AG claims that Guan Eng, also Penang Chief Minister, scandalised the court through a statement.
Attorney-General Mohd Apandi Ali wants Lim Guan Eng jailed for allegedly insulting the integrity of the court system.
Phang Li Khoon, who sold bungalow to Lim Guan Eng, will also be in court with chief minister.