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Category : Selling property in Malaysia Location : Kuala Lumpur
I sold my property on 12 Nov last year, and at that time i told my lawyer that i want to get the exemption of RPGT, she said that she will handle it for me. But until now i did not receive any letters from the legal firm or IRB stating i have applied for it or that they have approved the application. I am worried because my friend who used the same lawyer when she sold her properties two years ago received a letter from IRB saying that she did not pay RPGT and she is now slapped with a hefty penalty. But the lawyer didn't reply her. I am worried for my case, that the lawyer might not have submitted the form to request for the exemption of RPGT. I have emailed the lawyer to ask for proof that i have gotten the exemption, but she did not reply my email. Please advise.
Author : SAU MING LEONG , 21/11/2013 6:54:34 PM 0 reply
Joint Applicant Home Loan
Category : Buying Property in Malaysia Location : Kuala Lumpur
hi, my question is can i and my bf which is non-malaysian applying a joint home loan together? he is a lecturer here with the working visa permit.
Author : Ziana baha , 18/11/2013 1:51:51 PM 0 reply
Where/how to apply for cf Medan damansara?
Category : General Topics Location : Kuala Lumpur
I've bought a place on lower Damansara Hieghts but the developer is kind of a jerk about getting the CF. What exactly do I need and where do I need to go in order to clear this up?
Author : Rob Middleton , 23/10/2013 9:30:13 PM 0 reply
If Developer under liquidation, buying condo under sub-sales,What is the problems anticipated ?
Category : Legal and Finance Location : Kuala Lumpur
I have sign up S & P to purchase a condo unit from Sub-sale, the letter of confirmation was issued by Developer, but after about 4 weeks. The developer wind-up and is now under liquidation. Is the confirmation letter issued by the developer before liquidation is still valid ? If not, I have to obtain a new confirmation letter friom the liquidator, and he has the right to charge me 2 % of the selling price, is that true ?
Author : Tan Thiong Seng , 19/10/2013 1:32:13 PM 0 reply