Sime Plantation gets back land from Melaka Govt


Sime Darby Plantation will get back its 185.5 acres of land in Jasin, Melaka from the state authorities which they had compulsorily acquired.

KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Plantation will get back its 185.5 acres of land in Jasin, Melaka from the state authorities which they had compulsorily acquired.

Sime Plantation said in a statement on Tuesday the company and the State Land and Mines Department, Jasin District Land Administrator and the Melaka Government had reached an amicable settlement and they had recorded a consent order in the High Court.

It said the State Land and Mines Department would within 30 days from the date of the consent order, publish a notification of the withdrawal of the compulsory acquisition in the Government Gazette.

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