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Implement Built Then Sell Housing Scheme

Dr Mohamed Rafick Khan Abdul Rahman
Dr Mohamed Rafick Khan Abdul Rahman
199 Signatures Goal: 250

1. We, the citizen of Malaysia, demands that a. The Malaysian Federal Government and the Various State Government to recognize and accept that: 1) The house buyers are the actual victims whenever a housing development is abandoned 2) An abandoned housing project has tremendous implications in terms of financial and emotional trauma to the purchasers 3) The failure of housing projects is mostly attributed to the failure of the developer to manage their own financial and project management properly and is not the fault of the purchasers. b. The Built and Sell system to be implemented immediately without any further delay. c. The Government forms a special purpose vehicle which equipped with the necessary laws and powers to rehabilitate the abandoned housing projects with immediate effect. Petition Organize by Persatuan Pemilik Hartanah Ukay Bistari (PHUKB) www.phukb.wordpress.com

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This petition is sponsored by Persatuan Pemilik Hartanah Ukay Bistari (PHUKB) www.phukb.wordpress.com Ukay Bistari is an abandoned project that is related Talam/Intelbest.

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