``Arriving by private jet, Farkas didn't have any interest in being shown around; rather, he preferred to tour the estate himself, Welch testified. Farkas paid him $750,000 cash for that Southwest Seventh Place property, which Welch then went off to pay off his existing mortgage. When paperwork arrived in the mail in 2009, indicating he still owned a mortgage on this property, as well as two others -- his law firm office on Fort King Street, plus a third, unknown property on Southwest Seventh Place -- Welch said he was baffled. What's more, the dates indicating the start of payment began "Jan. 1900" and ended in "1929."''

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