Group against bungalow land sale at Genting foothills


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  • Thursday, 12 Dec 2013

PETALING JAYA: A group of 20 people is trying to stop the sale of bungalow lots at the foothill of Genting Highlands after being offered just 10% of the amount they paid for the land two decades ago.

The owners claim that Peninsular Park Sdn Bhd is asking them to take too steep a haircut.

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