First Exclusion Order issued to bar man's noisy neighbours from home

Couple directed to leave their 3-room flat for a month, but man claims order hard to enforce

Mr Daniel See pasting a copy of an Exclusion Order directing his neighbours to leave their residence after they were found to have breached an earlier court order to stop creating a din.
Mr Daniel See pasting a copy of an Exclusion Order directing his neighbours to leave their residence after they were found to have breached an earlier court order to stop creating a din.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

After two years and multiple trips to court, a man has succeeded in barring his noisy neighbours from returning home for a month.

For the first time, the Community Dispute Resolution Tribunal (CDRT) has issued an Exclusion Order and directed a couple to leave their residence, after they were found to have breached an earlier court order to stop creating a din and preventing Mr Daniel See, 29, from enjoying his home.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on January 05, 2020, with the headline 'First Exclusion Order issued to bar man's noisy neighbours from home'. Print Edition | Subscribe