Noisy neighbours case: Couple who flout court order risk jail, says MinLaw

They may face 'serious consequences' for not moving out of home; can also be prosecuted

An Exclusion Order on the front door of a flat directing Madam Iwa and Mr Low Bok Siong to leave their Pending Road residence for a month. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
An Exclusion Order issued by the Community Disputes Resolution Tribunal for Mr Daniel See's neighbours to move out of their home.PHOTO: ST FILE

A noisy couple who did not comply with an Exclusion Order to move out of their home risk facing "serious consequences" including jail of up to three months, said the Ministry of Law (MinLaw).

They could also be prosecuted by the state, said a State Courts spokesman.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 09, 2020, with the headline 'Couple who flout court order risk jail: MinLaw'. Print Edition | Subscribe