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CBS prosecution sees association chief jailed

27 June 2014

The former President of the Cambodian Association of South Australia (CASA) was today convicted of six counts of improper use of his position as an officer to obtain a benefit and was sentenced to 20 months imprisonment. A non-parole of six months was set.

An exhaustive investigation and prosecution by Consumer and Business Services (CBS) led to today’s conviction of Seng Chaing Kong for breaches of the Associations Incorporation Act.