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Kedahans get quit rent surprise

B>L/B>ANDOWNERS in Kedah were caught unawares when they recently received notices to pay higher quit rent.


Sarawak government abolishes quit rent

KUCHING: Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem on Tuesday announced that the state government had abolished payment of certain land-quit rents.


Quit rent issue gets attention

THE Parliamentary Select Committee on Integrity (PSCI) is giving urgent attention to the contentious Kedah quit rent issue.


State to buy and rent unsold low-cost houses

The Selangor government plans to buy unsold low-cost houses or flats and rent them out to those earning RM750 to RM1,500 to provide the lower income group with affordable housing.


Malacca govt waives SFI’s RM1.2mil quit rent arrears

MALACCA: It is the best Christmas gift for St Francis Institution (SFI) as the state government has waived the school's RM1.2mil quit rent arrears and was told it only had to pay RM1 for quit rent in the future.


MPSP old premises for rent

THE five-storey Seberang Prai Municipal Council former headquarters and four other buildings within its compound on Jalan Datuk Haji Ahmad Said in Butterworth are being put up for rent.


Residents cry foul over steep quit rent increase

RESIDENTS of Kelana D'Putera Condominium had a rude shock over the almost 200% increase in the quit rent.


Iskandar: Stopping rent payment not the answer

STOPPING the rent payment to former squatters who need it while they stay in transit homes and await proper homes to be built for them is not the answer to the problem, said Selangor Housing, Building Management and Squatters Committee chairman Iskandar Abdul Samad said.


Tribunal has no say on house rent

JOHOR BARU: The Consumer Claims Tribunal does not have the power to determine house rent.

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Low-income earners to get two-year rent freeze

LOW-INCOME families who rent flats from the Government will not be hit by a rise in rent when their monthly income exceeds S$800 (RM2,000).