1MDB suit against landowner transferred to Penang High Court
KUALA LUMPUR, July 22 — The High Court here today allowed an application by a landowner who has been sued by 1Malaysia Development Bhd ( 1MDB ) for RM6 million for allegedly breaching an agreement involving 234.7 acres of land in Air Itam, Penang, to transfer the case to the Penang High Court....
Lawyer Theomus Foo Chee Wai, representing the landowner, Tan Jiak Chye, told reporters that Judge Datuk Mohd Sofian Abd Razak made the decision in his chambers today.
1MDB as a plaintiff filed the suit on April 30 this year, naming Tan, 64, as the sole defendant.
The plaintiff claimed that Tan accepted the proposal contained in the letter and was paid RM6 million pursuant to the agreement by 1MDB on the same day.Read more: Malay Mail
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