Judge Muhammad Bashir announced the verdict, which he reserved earlier in the day after hearing arguments from the prosecution and defence lawyers.
Excepting the former premier's exemption from court for Friday, the elder Sharif and daughter are scheduled to appear before the court on Monday. Kulsoom Nawaz had undergone a surgery for lymphoma (throat cancer).
Prosecutor Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi told the court that National Accountability Bureau's (NAB) global cooperation wing has obtained additional documents related to the Avenfield and Flagship investment cases showing the registry record of the London flats, utility bills and council tax.
Nawaz and daughter Maryam are presently in London to visit ailing Begum Kulsoom Nawaz and will thus seek exemption from appearance today.
Deputy Prosecutor General Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi submitted that the prosecution received the documents from foreign jurisdiction in response to the requests for mutual legal assistance (MLA).
Last week, the PML-N government had shown reluctance to place the names of Nawaz Sharif, his children - Maryam, Hassan, and Hussain - and his son-in-law retired Captain Safdar on the Exit Control List (ECL) on the request of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), reports Dawn news.
The NAB investigation officer and the DG operations will be two key persons to record their statements as majority of the witnesses have recorded their statements in the case.
As many as three corruption references were filed against the Sharif family by the anti-corruption watchdog, on the directives of the top court, which pertain to the Al-Azizia Steel Mills and Hill Metal Establishment, offshore companies including Flagship Investment Ltd, and Avenfield properties of London. Thus, they can not be considered owners of the properties.