Co-ops want exemptions

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  • Sunday, 08 Jun 2003

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Housing and Local Government Ministry will be asked to exempt co-operatives that build houses from paying for licence and deposit as required by the Housing Developers Act 2002 (Amendment). 

Malaysian Co-operatives Development Department Deputy Director-General (Maintenance) Mohd Yusof Samsudin said the co-operatives were exempted from these payments before the amendment to the Act. 

“So we hope to get the exemptions as the co-operatives build houses for members only and not for the public,” he said. – Bernama  

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