Abandoned Housing - Housing Development (Control & Licensing)

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ZCZB6013 LAW & ETHICS

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (CONTROL & LICENSING ACT 1966 (ACT 118) & REGULATION

ABANDONED HOUSING PROJECTS AND PURCHASERS’ RIGHTS

(DR. JADY@ZAIDI HASSIM)

SUFFIAN MD. ISA
ZP01299
SUFFIAN MD. ISA
ZP01299

Introduction
House – everyone needs one. Though some of us consider house as an investment, there are people out there that regards house as their needs, necessity and act as a shelter to their family.
Abandoned housing project in Malaysia has caused problems to the purchasers. Some of them were declared bankrupt, and many still have to serve and pay to the financiers even though the actual fact that there was no house for them. Sometimes, what was left on the so-call “proposed develop land” are
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