Support for tougher action on errant high-rise owners


PETALING JAYA: The tough action against errant apartment owners has been lauded by unit owners and management bodies who believe this will reduce the number of defaulters.

Building Managers Association of Malaysia committee member Richard Chan said the seizure of movable items was a step in the right direction.

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