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In Brief: RENAKSE HEARING SET FOR NEXT WEEK

In Brief: RENAKSE HEARING SET FOR NEXT WEEK

The former manager of the Hotel Renakse said she planned to appear in

Municipal Court on Tuesday to answer a summons she received this week.

Kem Chantha, who managed the hotel for nearly two decades, was barred

from its premises on January 6 by police and officials wielding a court

order stating that the hotel had fallen into a state of disrepair. She

filed a case to save the hotel from demolition, and the CPP filed a

case arguing that her lease on the building should be revoked because

she had failed to adequately maintain it.

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