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Grandma Tan was a picture of hopelessness and remorse as she sat slumped on the chair, staring blankly into space. If only she could turn back the clock, thought the frail old lady, clutching her plastic bag of receipts which represented her only hope to show proof that she had dutifully serviced the housing loan and thus, rightfully owned her house. Her thoughts went back to three years ago when she made the decision to kuasa (an…"House lost due to hasty “Kuasa” when son kicks out mother"