Heritage properties stuck in legal limbo


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  • Tuesday, 04 Oct 2016

EXCLUSIVE: GEORGE TOWN: Eight heritage properties here, worth almost RM10mil, may forever be stuck in legal limbo because of the way a group of Chinese women bought them.

A community of about 180 amahs or mah-jeh (Cantonese for mother-sister) bought nine properties between the 1950s and 1970s to have a place to stay after retirement.

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