25 Mar '11, 9am

All charges dropped against Bollywood Veggies

SINGAPORE : A district court has acquitted local organic farm, Bollywood Veggies, of all the charges it had faced involving the Building Control Act. The farm was charged in 2009 with failing to comply with a notice from the Building and Construction Authority, asking it to undergo a periodic structural inspection of its buildings. It was also accused of failing to engage a professional engineer to conduct the inspection. The farm is co-owned by the former president of Netball Singapore, 61-year-old Ivy Singh-Lim, and her 68-year-old husband, the ex-CEO of NTUC FairPrice, Lim Ho Seng. If it had been convicted of failing to comply to the notice, Bollywood Veggies could have been fined up to S$20,000.

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