FORMER iTaukei Land Trust Board (TLTB) accountant Josefa Saqanavere has been released on bail under strict conditions.
Mr Saqanavere, 43, is charged with nine counts of money laundering and one of unauthorised modification of data.
He appeared before Magistrate Alipate Mataitini yesterday.
Last Friday, he was advised by the court to provide two suitable sureties after two friends he had brought along as sureties were not accepted by Magistrate Sufia Hamza.
Yesterday, his elder sister and a cousin appeared as sureties.
The sureties were reminded by Mr Mataitini that it was their duty to ensure Mr Saqanavere would appear in court when required.
He warned Mr Saqanavere against interfering with witnesses and leaving the Suva-Nausori corridor.
Mr Mataitini also ordered Mr Saqanavere, who is from Toga in Rewa, to report to the Nausori Police Station between 8am and 5pm every day, including weekends.
"You are not to leave Toga or change your residential address until the last segment of your case," he said.
The former accountant was granted $1000 bail while each surety has been placed on a $500 bond.
It is alleged Mr Saqanavere transferred lease monies amounting to $191,371 to five different bank accounts and deposited $136,450.44 in his personal ANZ Bank account between 2010 and 2012.