Sime Plantation gets back land from Melaka govt


Sime Plantation said in a statement 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.

PETALING JAYA: Sime Darby Plantation Bhd will get back its 185.5 acres of land in Jasin, Melaka, that the state authorities had compulsorily acquired.

Sime Plantation said in a statement 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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