Pensioner wins order against firm


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 05 Nov 2003

JOHOR BARU: A pensioner obtained an injunction from the High Court to prevent a developer from further allowing soil from a development site to flow into the pensioner’s premises whenever it rains or floods. 

Justice Datuk Kang Hwee Gee granted 62-year-old Low Chin Choy’s application for the injunction to prevent Kong Sun Enteprise Sdn Bhd, its agents or workers from allowing soil at the Taman Kulai Utama development site to flow into his house at 66, Jalan Baiduri, Taman Selatan. 

The court also granted Low’s application for Kong Sun to build a pond measuring 20m by 30m and 1.5m deep to prevent the soil from entering his premises during heavy rain. 

Low, who was represented by Gobind Singh Deo, named the Kulai district council as second defendant and asked for Kong Sun to bear the cost of filing the injunction and other costs.  

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