Khawaja Haris and Amjad Pervez, counsels of Nawaz and his children, disagreed with her testimony.
They further informed the court that notifications to appear before the court had been sent to Nawaz's sons at their residences in Pakistan, including 180-181, Block H, Model Town, Lahore, and Shamim Farm, Jati Umra, Raiawind Road, Lahore, and were also pasted on the notice board at Federal Judicial Complex.
Maryam also submitted an exemption request, stating her pleader Jahangir Jadoon will appear on her behalf.
Judge Mohammad Bashir is hearing the cases after former premier Nawaz Sharif daughter, Maryam Nawaz and his son-in-law, Captain (retd) Safdar reached the court amid tight security.
The court has summoned four another witnesses to record their statement.
In her statement, Mansoor revealed that the Hudaibiya Paper Mills audit reports consistently showed Rs494,6000 in the company's accounts for five years between 2000 to 2005.
Ahmad has been called to appear in court again in Nov 22 for cross-questioning in the next hearing of the case.
In her application, Maryam said that she will attend the hearing whenever the court will summon her.
The plea was filed by Nawaz Sharif and his sons, Hassan and Hussain Nawaz.
Two prosecution witness statements were recorded against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law retired captain Muhammad Safdar in an accountability court as a trial pertaining to three National Accountability Bureau (NAB) references against them went underway on Wednesday.
The judge also ordered that from now on they will be mentioned as proclaimed offenders in every court order.
Also on Tuesday, the bench had rejected a miscellaneous application of the former prime minister seeking to restrain the trial court from proceeding in the NAB references until his application is decided.
Moreover, at the last hearing, the court formally framed charges against Nawaz in person, as previously his legal representative had appeared on his behalf for the indictment on October 19 and 20.
To a question, he hoped the trial would be fair.
The references against the Sharif family pertain to the Azizia Steel Mills and Hill Metals Establishment, their London properties and over dozen offshore companies owned by the family.
In his plea, Sharif's lawyer had argued that the Supreme Court's July 28 verdict in the Panama Papers case had not asked the NAB to file the references separately.
Maryam and Safdar are only nominated in the London properties reference.