THE Attorney-General is claiming various property and more than $2.4 million in cash from the widow of a policeman and two other parties. He alleges that the late Ma Man-leung accepted bribes and secret commissions during his service with the Royal Hongkong Police Force and that these assets are the proceeds. Named as defendants are Ma's widow, Ms Leung Kwai, Mr Gene Tsoi Wai-wang and the dead man's personal representative. According to the writ filed with the Supreme Court by the Attorney-General, Ma was a police officer between 1946 and 1970. It is the plaintiff's case that, during his service, Ma accepted bribes and secret commissions involving the misuse of confidential information which was the property of the Crown. His activities constituted a breach of his fiduciary duty and his contract of employment with the Crown, it is pleaded. Listed in the writ are three Tsuen Wan shop spaces and a parking space in Mei Foo Sun Chuen, said to be under the control of Ma's personal representative, a residential flat in Mei Foo Sun Chuen in Ms Leung's name and a fixed deposit of $2,400,416 in thename of Mr Tsoi. The Crown alleged that these properties were either the proceeds of bribes or were bought with the funds from secret commissions and bribes, and investment profits derived from them. The Attorney-General is seeking a declaration that the three defendants hold the interest of these properties on implied or constructive trust for the plaintiff. He also is asking the court to order an account of all the monies allegedly received by Ma as secret commissions or bribes.