WASHINGTON - Prosecutors contended yesterday that former PaineWebber Inc. Vice President Lance Wilson received ownership interests in several housing projects in exchange for helping the developer illegally obtain federal grants.

As the 10th week of the Wilson conspiracy trial unfolded here before an 18-member U.S. District Court jury, prosecutors conclude their arguments and unveiled copies of documents showing that Wilson had passive interests ranging from 5% to 15% in four limited partnerships established by Leonard Briscoe, a codefendant, to bull apartment complexes and a mall development in Florida and Texas.

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