年明けから、フィリピンの新聞紙、
サンスターでアヤカについて報道された。


その内容というのが、
6人の投資家がアヤカに対して訴訟しているというもの。


外国人が土地を所有することができるという偽りの約束をした。約束どおり単一の戸建て住宅を建設しなかった。(要約)


原文(サンスター引用)


SIX Japanese nationals filed criminal complaints against nine of their countrymen and 13 Filipino nationals at the Cebu City Prosecutors Office. They alleged that they lost P50 million to the respondents who promised them a house and lot in Bohol. “No such detached houses were built in the name of Ayacca Realty and Development Inc. and Japanese citizens (cannot own land in the Philippines) as Philippine laws allow only Filipino citizens to own lands,” read the affidavit of one of the complainants, Mamoru Shioya, who lost P5.326 million. Counsel of the complainants Danilo Pilapil cited four violations against the respondents: syndicated estafa or violation of PD 1689; violation of Subdivision and Condominium Buyers Protective Decree, or PD 957; violation of Anti-money laundering Act, or Presidential Decree (PD) 9160; and violation of Anti-Dummy Law, or PD 108. Named respondents are Toshihiro Handa, who allegedly is the head and founder of Ayacca, Tomoaki Ichikawa
, Musashi Nagashima, Ai Otsuka, Tomoya Tanaka, Ryugo Watanabe, Yutaka Nakamura, Asahiko Yara and Ai Takasaki. Respondents Other respondents are Reno Banawa, alleged president, Maricel Ichikawa, Sophia Yara, Lilani Sinahon, Rosemarie de la Peña, Nicanor Cuyos, Felix Quimbo II, Maria Lourdes Alberto, Fritizie Palencia, Gerald Vizcarra, Reynaldo Agudo, Felino Cortes and Cherry Rivera. “He (Handa) controlled the said corporation and the Filipino citizens acted as dummies,” Shioya stated in his affidavit. The complainants appointed Shioya as their attorney-in-fact to represent them. Pilapil cited four arguments. First and second, the respondents are not registered and have license to sell from the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB). No house Third, the respondents made a false promise that foreigners can own land. Fourth, the respondents didn’t build a single detached house as promised. When the complainants said they didn’t receive any
refund. Shioya said the respondents conspired with each other in using Filipino citizens as dummies of a Philippine corporation to comply with the legal requirement on a 60 percent Filipino ownership.” Banawa last month accused Shioya of stealing some of Ayacca’s documents. Shioya said they already filed their counter affidavit and said their documents are still under Banawa’s control. Sun.Star called up Banawa for his reaction. He said said their counsel advised them not to issue any statement. Also, he already resigned from Ayacca, he said. Phone calls to Nicanor Cuyos, board secretary; Ayacca’s officer-in-charge Felix Quimbo III; and Handa were not answered. The respondents have yet to answer allegations against them.

サンスターURL;
http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/local-news/2016/12/30/6-japanese-nationals-lose-p50m-fake-developer-517679


これについて、
現状の確認をアヤカに行った。

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