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House owners of Pangsapuri PJS 7/15 show the title deed they received after the strata title handover ceremony, Subang Jaya, on September 16, 2022. — Picture by FIKRI YUSOF/SELANGORKINI

Wait for strata title deeds finally resolved for 420 families in Pangsapuri PJS 7/15

By Zareef Muzammil

SUBANG JAYA, Sept 16 — The long wait for 420 families residing in Pangsapuri PJS 7/15 here to obtain title deeds for their homes finally ended today.

The strata title issue was resolved with help of Subang Jaya state assemblyman Michelle Ng Mei Sze, supported by various parties including the Selangor government, Sunway Property Bhd (Sunway Property), the Selangor Land and Mines Office and the apartment’s joint management body (JMB).

Ng said she received the complaints related to the issue a few years back from residents who said that despite many of them having completes their financing tenure with the banks, they still had yet to receive their tittle deeds.

“I then met with the developer to begin the process (to apply for strata title). Admittedly, it was a daunting task because this apartment is located in two sub districts, namely Petaling and Damansara.

“Therefore, the demarcation process of the sub-district borders had to be carried out first. The Covid-19 pandemic had also delayed the process,” she said.

Earlier, Ng had handed over the strata title letter to three recipients as a symbolic gesture during an event at the Community Hall in Bandar Sunway.

Also in attendance was Subang Jaya MP, Wong Chen.

Meanwhile, Ng had also urged other developers to be more responsible for their development projects.

“They should be responsible and emulate Sunway Property. There are many cases like this in this area.

“This was because the developers had purposely filed for bankruptcy in court. I hope this incident would not happen again,” she said.

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