Tycoon's grandchild calls for estate to be revalued The late tycoon Law Ting-pong, one of the founders of the Bossini clothing chain, had an estate that could be worth as much as HK$1 billion including stocks, cash and a property in Toronto, a lawyer said yesterday. Benjamin Yu SC, who is representing Law's granddaughter Wendy Law Wing-yee in a fight over the estate's accounting, said the figure quoted at a court hearing yesterday - HK$400 million plus the home in Canada - reflected the estate's 1996 value. Ms Law is pushing for a full accounting of her grandfather's assets, which are held in a trust to which she is a beneficiary. Last year, she filed a writ in the High Court to force her uncle, Law Shuk-hoi, to give her more information about the value of the estate. Trio jailed for fake letter of credit Three men were jailed for between three and 31/2 years after being convicted of using a fake letter of credit in a bid to deceive a bank out of Euro5 billion (HK$52.7 billion). The District Court heard Ra Hyun-bin, Cheng Sum-wing and Sun Zaiyi presented a copy of a letter purportedly issued by a British bank to a bank in Central in August last year and asked it to send a message to another local bank confirming the availability of funds. Suspicious bank staff called police. Knife attacker misses court The knife-wielding man who was shot in the hip by a policeman at a public housing estate in Tsing Yi on Monday failed to appear in Tsuen Wan Court. Wong Chak-hoi, 27, has been charged with attempted wounding and possession of an offensive weapon. He is still being treated in hospital. The case was adjourned to October 21. Mark Six There was no winner of the first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 6, 21, 31, 40, 42 and 44. The extra number was 7. Three tickets each won the second prize of HK$466,935. Third prize paid HK$83,010.