e-Lelong allows Malaysians to bid for property auctions online


PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will soon be among the first few countries in the world to have online property auctions conducted by its courts.

By the middle of this year, the e-Lelong system – currently a pilot project at the Kuan­tan Court Com­plex – will be expanded to cover the whole of Peninsular Malaysia.

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