Token quit rent lauded

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  • Sunday, 06 Apr 2003

BETTER late than never, some might say. After a few years of waiting in anticipation, partially-aided schools have finally received the Government nod to only pay a token quit rent of RM1 per lot a year under new guidelines introduced by the National Land Council last week. 

Over 2,000 such schools, including 211 religious, 367 mission and 543 Tamil primary schools, and up to 930 Chinese primary schools, stand to benefit from the move. 

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