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NHC continues its evictions

ALEX DOWNES, alexdownes@nationnews.com

Added 10 September 2018


One of the notices served on behalf of the NHC. (Picture by Christoff Griffith.)

The National Housing Corporation (NHC) is taking a tough stand with its delinquent tenants. The state-owned agency is evicting those owing large amounts in rental fees.

Several tenants at Country Park Towers, Country Road, St Michael, were on Monday served their eviction notices to quit by an attorney – on behalf of the NHC.

At the high-rise housing unit on Monday, some occupants said a man with a stack of papers served the notices which gave the tenants seven days to vacate their units.

Several of the residents said a number of the tenants had already moved out of their homes and they attributed this to the change of Government since the May 24 General Election. (AD)

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