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CLTC cracking down on delinquent leaseholders

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The Chamorro Land Trust Commission continues to crack down on its list of delinquent commercial lease holders and or businesses that have been using CLTC land without a license just a verbal agreement. "There is some activity to that effect," confirmed agency director Monty Mafnas.

"Unfortunately, some have been oblivious to the law and will be served notice fairly soon to appeal or present their case to the CTLC board. In October, I will have counsel on board and if need be we will litigate."

According to Mafnas, out the list of 11 delinquent companies on his radar about five remain non-compliant.

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