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TSL Development Co. (Regn No. 144/06)FAILURE OF DEVELOPER TO DELIVER MY HOUSE ON SCHEDULE ACCORDING TO SALES & PURCHASE AGREEMENT

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The housing developer, TSL Development Co. has failed to deliver my house on schedule and deliberately delayed in completing a double storey terrace house at Sublot 21, Lot 99, Block 9, Sibu Town District, Sarawak, Malaysia. The delay has been more than 556 days.

We are the second purchasers of the said property and have purchased the house before the issuance of the Occupational Permit for RM350, 000 from the first purchaser. The first purchaser of the property had entered into a sales and purchase agreement with the developer on February 3, 2009, with the scheduled completion date of the housing project on February 3, 2011.

The sales and purchase agreement between the first purchaser and the second purchasers was signed on September 11, 2009 and the transfer was concurred to by the developer on the same date. The Occupation Permit to the house is still not yet being issued.

We are very sad and devastated with the failure of the developer to adhere to the agreement. We hope the relevant authourities will take swift action against the errant developer.

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  • Ek
    ekt7417 Aug 13, 2012

    The developer, TSL Development Co. has failed to deliver my house on schedule and has deliberately delayed in completing a double storey terrace house at Sublot 21, Lot 99, Block 9, a housing project located at Sibu Town, Sarawak, Malaysia. The problem has been persisting for 557 days.
    We are the second purchasers of the said property and have purchased the house before the issuance of the occupational permit for RM350, 000 from the first purchaser. The first purchaser of the property had entered into a sales and purchase agreement with the developer on February 3, 2009, with the scheduled completion date of the housing project on February 3, 2011. The sales and purchase agreement between the first purchaser and the second purchasers was signed on September 11, 2009 and the transfer was concurred to by the developer on the same date with the signing of the Deed of Assignment.
    The Occupation Permit to the house is still not yet being issued by the authourities. We are devastated with the prolonged delay by the developer.
    We hope the relevant authourities will take prompt action against the errant developer.

    The joint purchasers, Mr. & Mrs. Toh are going to claim for liquidated and ascertained damages as provided for in the sales and purchase agreement entered into between them and the developer. The claim is based on RM400 per month.

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