VOL.IX NO.19 - 11 May 2001
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Nang Nual Restaurant skirts another deadline
The Nang Nual Restaurant on South Pattaya’s Walking Street has successfully avoided another deadline and has temporarily postponed a court order to remove the rear dining area extending over the bay.
However, the Provincial Court reviewed the case on April 24 and stood by their earlier decision ordering the rear addition removed. A new date was set calling for the offending area to be completely removed by July 2nd.
The Provincial Litigation Enforcement Office first ordered the 10x20 meter addition at the rear of the restaurant to be completely dismantled within 30-days of November 14 last year. The restaurant was identified as being responsible for all costs involved, no matter who dismantled and removed the dining platform.
The restaurant owner, Boonchuay Suwanakhrote, petitioned the Chonburi court in December, requesting an extension and a new court hearing to reconsider the order. After the first deadline on December 14th passed, the city mayor endorsed an extension and May became the new deadline for removal.
Nang Nual Restaurant is one of the 101 businesses identified for removal in South Pattaya. It is also considered to be one of the cornerstones of Pattaya, having served seafood for over 30 years.
If no action is taken before July 2, the Provincial Litigation Enforcement Office is standing-by to take the necessary steps to see that the court order is followed.
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Chinnaporn Sungwanlek, assisted by Boonsiri Suansuk.
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