An Australian property developer should be jailed for three and a half years in Indonesia after he allegedly used "trickery" and "lies" during the sale of a luxury villa in Bali, prosecutors say.

Eric Bevan Gillet, 48, was arrested in Bali in February after a property deal he struck with two businessmen in 2013 allegedly went sour. The former president of the South Perth Chamber of Commerce, through “tricks and a series of lies” allegedly incited two men – Tommy Comerford and Ketut…