Posted: 09 Jan 2011 09:37 PM PST
DAP National Deputy Chairman and MP for Kepong Dr Tan Seng Giaw urges the Federal Territory Kuala Lumpur Land Office to try its best to help the 1124 homes in Kepong Garden to solve the problem of temporary land titles. As their lots are freehold, they should get permanent titles.
The authorities must pay greater attention to housing developers so that the latter fulfill the conditions in the contracts such as proper land titles for the buyers. Meanwhile, the Government must reduce bureaucracy and red-tape.
On 9.1.2011, Dr Tan and representatives of Kepong resdients met the media to let the public know the steps taken by the Federal Territory KL Land Office.
Over 40 years ago Kepong Development Limited started to develop Kepong Garden. Then, surveyors did not have licence and application for permanent land titles was not compulsory. The unit for each lot was per square foot. Now, it is per square metre.
On 27.12.2010, residents' representatives and I met the Deputy Director of the Land Office Encik latif Ali. The department has inherited the land title mess. We hope that it will sort it out.
Phase one, Kepong Garden, has 524 units of houses and Phase two has 600. Hitherto, 47units have had their lots in per square foot converted to per square metre.
Some developers try their best to deal with various matters including proper certificate for land titles. They fulfill their agreement.
We press all concerned to increase their vigilance over all housing projects, ensuring that all buyers get suitable land titles.
Dr Tan Seng Giaw
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