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In Brief: Rik Reay fraud

In Brief: Rik Reay fraud

Development company Bassac Garden City on Thursday accused residents of the Rik Reay community of cheating the firm of compensation funds from the site. Company representative Toch Samnang said that the Such Kith family, already compensated US$140,000 for seven individual houses, had falsely claimed to possess an additional five properties. The company also disputed that 54 families live at the site, claiming to have identified only 49, and will lodge a formal legal complaint to the Municipal Court.

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