The Straits Times reported that two owners who had objected to the sale were at the High Court yesterday, but were not represented by lawyers. No written judgment was issued, but the objecting owners have 30 days to file an appeal.
The Straits Times understands that three of the objecting parties eventually withdrew their objections. It is not clear why the two remaining owners are objecting.
Qingjian managing director Li Jun told The Straits Times the company was "very happy" to have obtained the High Court's approval and while the company would wait 30 days, in case of appeal, it was examining plans and designs for the estate.