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Vendors told to move

Vendors told to move

TAKEO provincial court has issued an injunction against four vendors in Prey Kabas district, ordering them to remove their stalls from a plot of disputed land. The injunction, issued Friday, ordered the vendors to vacate the property of Tat Bunly, head of the district’s animal health care office. Tat Bunly filed a complaint to the court earlier this month, saying he bought the land in 1990 and received a land title in 1996. “If they don’t remove stalls, the court will take other measures to vacate them,” he said.

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