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Monday, March 14, 2011

Temporary Land Title Certificate in Kepong Garden & Other Places

DAP National Deputy Chairman and MP for Kepong Dr Tan Seng Giaw urges the Federal Territory Kuala Lumpur Land Office to assist residents of Kepong Garden to solve various problems such as the loss of previous land titles in order to obtain permanent land title certificates.

Dr Tan issues the statement on 14.3.2011.

On 14.3.2011, Dr Tan was at a meeting with residents at Pemadam Hall, Kepong Garden, to brief them on the latest development in the land title matter. The Action Committee plays an active part.

Kepong Garden is over 40 years old. Hitherto, 1124 house owners have only temporary land title certificates. One of the factors is no detailed survey for each lot. There are 524 units in the First Phase and 600 units in the Second Phase. The Land Office has completed 524 units in the First Phase, leaving 49 units unsolved. It is beginning to deal with the Second Phase.

The Office sends out letters for residents to get the permanent certificates. However, some residents have problems: temporary certificates are still under Kepong Garden Development Berhad, having only photocopy, loss of certificate, old registered address and the owner passed away with no will. They can contact a member of the Action Committee. To change the address, a resident has to pay RM100 to the Office.

Once the Office has sorted out the Kepong Garden land titles, we hope it will deal with similar problem in other areas in the Federal Territory such as Kepong Baru.

Tan Seng Giaw


At 10:55 AM, Blogger CJ said...

Hello Dr Tan,
This comment has no relevance to your post. There are no contact details here so let me tip you off on something happening in your constituency right now. Fir Douglas trees are being planted along Jalan Kepong(opposite Jaya Jusco) at a distance of about 2 feet apart from another. These trees when fully grown are huge. They cannot be planted so close to each other. When they grow tall, they must be cut down. I suspect hanky panky in the contract. Please check on this. Peoples money are going down the drain or rather into someone's pocket.


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