Singapore's first Exclusion Order: Man's noisy neighbours say they will not comply

He intends to file Magistrate's Complaint to privately prosecute them for flouting order

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. PHOTO: ST FILE
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Members of the family served with Singapore's first-ever Exclusion Order, which bars them from their home, said they do not intend to comply with it.

Madam Iwa and Mr Low Bok Siong were directed by the Community Disputes Resolution Tribunal (CDRT) to be barred from their residence for one month, with effect from yesterday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 07, 2020, with the headline Singapore's first Exclusion Order: Man's noisy neighbours say they will not comply. Subscribe