​​​The concept of Night Courts was established in April 1992 to deal with the high volume of regulatory and traffic offences that are heard at State Courts. These Courts function for the convenience of the working public who would otherwise have to take time off from work in order to attend court. The operating hours are from 6 pm onwards on Mondays to Thursdays. There are two night courts in State Courts, each hearing a specific profile of cases.

 

Court 26N deals with summonses and notices issued by the various government departments such as in the Housing and Development Board, Urban Redevelopment Authority, Central Provident Fund Board, and Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority.

 

Court 25N deals primarily with road traffic offences brought to Court by the Traffic Police and regulatory offences brought to Court by the Land Transport Authority.


FAQ ABOUT NIGHT COURTS AND REGULATORY OFFENCES

FAQ about Night Courts and Regulatory Offences

于夜间法庭与违例案的常见问题

Soalan Lazim Mengenai Mahkamah Malam dan Kesalahan Awam

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Last updated on: 13/11/2019 6:09 PM

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