My neighbour plays very loud music till ...

Asked by Jeanette on 23-08-2020 15:18:07
Question posted in the General Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 300.00

My neighbour plays very loud music till 2 or 3 in the morning. We asked him to turn the music down, but it turned into a very ugly confrontation and he turned the music up. He does this mid week and week ends. The neighbourhood watch said they can't do anything and the police can't/ won't do anything. Please it is so bad that the windows rattle. 

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 24-08-2020 10:05:41

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The SAPS can do something. You need to go back to SAPS and lay a complaint! Otherwise, you can make a complaint with the City and ask them to investigate your neighbours for "disturbing the peace".

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