A former UUP councillor has denied forgery and false accounting over the development of a Fermanagh golf course.
Mr Ferguson denies forgery and false accounting
Raymond Ferguson, a solicitor of Lakeside Avenue, Enniskillen, is accused of drawing up a false invoice and a cheque for more than £18,000.
At Armagh Crown Court it was alleged he submitted these to the Tourist Board to get a grant worth 40% of the amount.
The invoice and cheque were in the name of Castlehume Developments, a company in which Mr Ferguson was a partner.
The prosecution allege that Mr Ferguson forged the invoice and then paid a cheque for the same amount into a bank account created in the name of a golf course designer.
It was then allegedly withdrawn again from that account on the same day.
The case continues.