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June 2019 - Understanding Compensation Orders

When a person is convicted of an offence, the court can order the offender to compensate the victim by making a compensation order. Under what circumstances can compensation orders be made and how are they enforced?

Click here to read more on compensation orders in Singapore.

As at June 2019