Court ruling gives new hope to buyers of PJS1 flats

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  • Wednesday, 01 Mar 2017

PETALING JAYA: A High Court decision that housing developers have to compensate affected house buyers if they fail to deliver a project on time has come as a beacon of hope for a man who has been waiting 13 years for a home.

M. Sugumaran and 275 others had bought units of the Block E Petaling Utama low-cost flats project in PJS1 in 2004, which was part of the former state government’s squatter eradication project, Setinggan Sifar. The houses were supposed to be ready in two years, but the buyers are still waiting.

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