Only 6 expat families can reside in house (Via Arabtimes) , Kuwait

May 28, 20152 Comments

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A maximum of six non-Kuwaiti families are allowed to reside in one private residential house, provided the total number of residents in one house is not more than 35, which is the same condition applied for Kuwaiti citizens, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

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  1. Mike Luke says:

    @ Waseem Saleem…. you can ease the burden of the family building flat where 10 to 15 bachelor reside….all you have to do us either move away or invite those bachelors to stay in youe house.

  2. what about in a family building flat where 10 ~ 15 bachelors are residing?

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