Malaysia: Firm asks for time to refund condo residents

A property management company in Ampang, Hokawai and Associates, has pleaded for time after it was served with a writ of seizure and sale of its property by a court bailiff yesterday.  This follows the company’s failure to settle debts of nearly RM200,000 to residents of Pertiwi Indah Condominium in Taman Maluri, following a High Court judgment in April last year.  A member of the condominum’s management committee, Chen Min Har, said the episode began in 2014 when some residents noticed monthly maintainence payments not reflected in account statements although “official receipts” were issued.      Read the article…………….

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