Use legal option to resolve housing project issue, S’gor exco member tells 109 buyers

Rodziah says buyers only agreed to a maximum increase of 15% of the original price for the houses.

SELANGOR government suggests the issue of the stalled housing project for former employees of Ladang Dusun Durian in Morib, Kuala Langat, to be resolved through legal means.

State housing, urban well-being and entrepreneur development committee chairman Rodziah Ismail suggested this to developer Era Permai Sdn Bhd and the 109 house buyers as both parties have yet to reach an agreement on the new house price.

She said the buyers only agreed to a maximum increase of 15% of the original price, and not the proposed amount that was over three times the original price.

According to her, in 2006, the plantation workers signed a Power of Attorney to appoint Era Permai to build houses on the 3.27ha land, which led to the signing of the sales and purchase agreement between both parties.

Rodziah, however, said the developer did not complete the housing project within the stipulated period.

Through a series of discussions with the state government, Era Permai amended the price of the houses twice, but the amount was not agreed to by the buyers, she added. — Bernama

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