This legal battle, which began in pre-Merdeka days, after the plaintiff disputed the RM1.3 million compensation paid by the government when it acquired the land from the company in 1956, has continued till now.
"There, Azlin gave me a letter which was signed by SRC director Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil dated June 3, 2011 [addressed] to Najib seeking for a loan of RM3.95 billion."
He testified during the trial that had he known the accounts were owned by the former premier, he would not have transferred the money to them.
Syazlin would be in a conflict of interest position as she was representing the interests of Adib's family.
"The court was informed today that the plaintiff had inspected and made a statement to the police and that not all the pieces (of the jewellery) are there."
The High Court also granted a stay of all proceedings until the disposal of a full hearing of the judicial review.
Lawyer Mohd Haniff Khatri Abdulla is seeking clarification on whether the ministry allows an appeal against the cancellation of the project, or if the company will be required to appear before the ministry.
The bench, led by Federal Court judge Justice Tan Sri Azahar Mohamed, ruled that High Court judge Justice Collin Lawrence Sequerah had used his discretion judiciously and that the appellate court would not interfere unless the judge applied or used a wrong law principle.
Goh's lawyers M Puravalen and Ragunath Kesavan informed High Court judge Justice Mohamed Zaini Mazlan that they would be acting for her after deputy public prosecutor (DPP) Muhammad Shukri Hussain, who appeared together with DPP Fatnin Yusof and DPP Liew Horng Bin, informed the court that they were unsuccessful in serving the papers to Goh.
"This case, there is no predicate offence in these set of charges and we are considering to strike out these charges,"