AmFinance agrees to payout

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 02 Jun 2004

KUALA LUMPUR: Over a decade after losing their homes and loved ones, the 139 residents and owners of Highland Towers can heave a small sigh of relief now that AmFinance Bhd has agreed to pay out a sum of RM52mil. 

The RM52mil is full and final settlement for all claims, inclusive of costs, arising and or resulting from the three suits against AmFinance (formerly Arab-Malaysian Finance Bhd).  

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