Let you move the cards and let other people do the job itself. Do people around the neighborhood know him, or did he just recently move there? McNeil, Clarence Wright Results 1 to 10 of The first night it lasted for about 1 hour and we didnt say anything figuring it was a passing thing. All times are GMT Does anyone know the actual laws regarding loud music in a neighnorhood setting.
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I have searched for references to law but cannot find. My neighbor is telling me that 10pm is the legal time that police can be called to report music or party noise you think is too loud. Does anyone know the real law? We will be having company this coming week. And while we are not planning any wild fiestas, I feel certain we won't be quiet as church mice either.
These seems like it would be a local ordinance per each town. Not sure it's even enforceable on the weekend in most communities. It's a Nacional law. I believe the limit is 50 db at that time. The law in this regard ley was modified last year ley and defines the types of noise that has to be limited. And the application is by the ministry of the environment and local councils with police ley art.
Check your local council ordinance. Noisy colmados late a night are beginning to be a thing of the past. People are much more aware and do complain of excessive noise and the authorities do come out and take action. Plenty of bars and colmados have had their music systems confiscated and destroyed as a result and that applies to vehicles with sound systems too.
I am sure it hasn't extended to all parts of the country yet. For your own peace of mind in a residential development we are talking about excessive noise levels continuing for long periods. Always best to advise the neighbours in this case. Incidentally, it has been made known that even with no limits on opening hours for places selling alcoholic drinks during the festive period, noise limitation and the enforcement thereof continues in accordance with the law.
So you can drink your nuts off to your hearts content quietly. We would be the perpetrators not the complainers. You know if you talk to your neighbors and just be respectful later you should have no issue. The noise law is Nacional! And it's 10 pm. I printed out the law and had it in my apartment last Christmas. If the law knocks on your door invite them to join the party, shouldn't be any issues after that It is well worth exploring the Dominican cuisine and shopping options, How to keep yourself busy during your free time in Santo Domingo?
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Noise Ordnance. Member since 07 December Member since 07 March Dominican Republic Expert. Member since 28 December Santo Domingo. And good luck with calling during the holidays. They won't do anything then.
Member since 04 October Santo Domingo, Nacional. Member since 21 July Punta Cana. The killjoy says it is 9pm!
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