Singapore: Mediation may be made compulsory in cases of neighbour disputes

Singapore: Mediation may be made compulsory in cases of neighbour disputes

An inter-agency committee is conducting a “comprehensive review” of the Community Dispute Management Framework that helps to manage disputes between neighbours. Authorities could, for instance, make it compulsory for parties to turn up for mediation and counselling.

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