Public Awareness on Maintenance of Common Property Needed
The Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association (REHDA) conveys its support of the decision taken by the Government to appoint Commissioners of Buildings (COB) for every State to bridge the gap faced by house buyers and developers for the period between delivery of vacant possession and issuance of strata titles.
Reconsider Proposal To Amend Hill Slope Guidelines
The Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association Malaysia (REHDA) urges the Cabinet Committee on hill slope and island development to reconsider its proposal to amend the current guidelines to require soil and geological studies for hill slopes with gradients 15 degrees and above before approval for development is given.
State Policies Should Complement FIC Rules
The Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association Malaysia (REHDA) welcomes the Government's decision to allow purchase of properties costing RM250,000 for own occupation by foreigners without prior approval from the Foreign Investment Committee (FIC).
REHDA'S Response To The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment's Proposal to Amend The Environmental Quality Act, 1974
REHDA issued the following press release on 7 June 2006, stating the views of the Association and urging for rational and equitable reaction by the Government
Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Memorandum for Annual Private Sector Consultation 2006
REHDA would like to raise the following issues and propose the following recommendations:-
- Encourage International Retailers/Franchises to Set Up Shops in Malaysia
- Owners and Landlords should not be held liable for Tenants' copyright infringement acts