PETALING JAYA: Some 40 pieces of furniture and appliances belonging to cosmetics entrepreneur Nur Sajat at his home in Jalan Polo Kota Damansara were auctioned on Tuesday, December 14.
Among the assets auctioned were sofa sets, dining table sets, bedroom sets, air conditioners, kitchen appliances, washing machines and a grand piano.
This came after Shah Alam’s High Court ordered the seizure of property belonging to Nur Sajat – whose birth name was Muhammad Sajjad Kamarul Zaman.
According to the lawyer for MM. NHA, Zeti Zukifili, who represents OWA Resources Sdn Bhd, the tendering process which started at 11 am on Tuesday December 14 morning was attended by eight bidders.
Zeti said the eight made a bid for housewares with a starting price of RM77,650.
However, Zeti added that a bidder managed to bid for all the items at a price of RM 132,000.
“Thank goodness we had a bidder who managed to buy for 132,000 RM.
“It started at RM75,000 and (the price) rose to RM 132,000,” Zeti told Astro Awani when he was met at Nur Sajat’s residence.
Zeti also said that the successful bidder for the household appliances was Mohamad Syazwan.
“A bidder should buy all the items and not separately,” he said, adding that the public auction was only for household appliances and not Nur Sajat’s house or car.
The Malaysian businesswoman recently moved to Australia, having been granted asylum there.
She sold all of her business in Malaysia to start her life in Australia.
His decision came as Nur Sajat has reportedly been on the run for a few months after a blasphemy charge was brought against him in Malaysia for dressing as a woman.
After being detained and fined by Thai authorities for having an invalid passport, she is said to have subsequently sought refuge with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.