I sold my house to a company June last year but the S&P only concluded recently. Right now since the title has been transferred to the buyer, I am having a hard time to collect the late charges amounting to RM12k from the buyer for extension of the S&P.
The buyer did message me to ask for a waiver. I denied but agreed to give them 50% discount which is around RM6K.
The buyer didn't response to me after that and I would now like to issue a demand letter to collect the money. In case they refuse, can I take legal action against them and how much would it cost. I don't mind to pay the legal fees using the 12K collect from the buyer but surely I would not like to come out with additional money.
Any feedback is highly appreciated. Thanks.
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answered on Aug 2, 2016 at 02:02
For your case, you can sue the buyer at Consumer's Tribunal in Putrajaya where lawyers are not allowed. So your cost is very minimal.
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