Children (neighbourhood law), what to consider

Children (neighbourhood law) – Children make noise, which is a natural and normal form of expression of their urge to move, communicate and play. Accordingly, children also enjoy certain freedoms in neighbourhood law. When neighbours complain about noise, in most cases a decision is made in favour of the children, as their behaviour may not be measured by the same standards as adults. However, the tolerance limit ends where the noise is no longer considered to be behaviour appropriate for children.

Children (Neighbourhood Law) Overview: Tolerance of noise caused by children

  • Caused noise by children is a normal expression of the natural urges of those
  • Complaints about noise are usually decided in favour of the children
  • Children’s behaviour cannot be measured by the same standards as adults’.
  • Tolerance ends where noise caused by children is no longer considered child-friendly behaviour

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