Court extends injunction barring protesters from police flats

Local | 25 Oct 2019 11:58 am

The High Court has today extended an injunction banning people from blocking or damaging 21 residences of police and disciplined services until the matter comes to trial or the court makes any further order.

The preliminary injunction was granted last Monday after the Department of Justice filed a writ requesting the court to ban people from unlawful and willful obstruction or occupation of roads and highways surrounding the Disciplined Services Quarters and Police Married Quarters. The ban also covers any damage, trespassing and disturbance caused.

The Secretary for Justice, Teresa Cheng Yuet-wah, was listed as a plaintiff, while the defendants were those who had trespassed or damaged the quarters.

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