Albert House flat owners thanked legislators yesterday for helping to settle a $25-million compensation bill stemming from a canopy collapse 11 years ago that killed one person and injured eight. About 20 residents gathered outside the Legislative Council building to present gifts of inscribed glass plates to 12 lawmakers including Yeung Sum of the Democratic Party (inset). The Court of First Instance in November ordered 88 owners to pay $25 million to Aberdeen Winner Investment in legal costs, interest and compensation. In March, the owners accepted a Housing Society offer of loans of up to $200,000. Those 65 or over with no fixed income or assets will not need to repay the loan until their flats change hands.