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Functioning of Delhi High Court and Subordinate Courts Restricted till 15th July 2020 [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 30 Jun 2020 2:29am

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On Monday, 29th June 2020, the Delhi High Court decided to restrict its functioning as also of the district and subordinate courts to urgent matters till 15th July 2020, in the light of current rising cases of corona positive patients. The Administrative and General supervision Committee of the High Court, chaired by Chief Justice D N Patel, agreed that the restriction should remain in effect until 15 July and that videoconferences should continue to be heard on urgent matters. 

The administrative order said, “The Administrative and General Supervision Committee of this Court while considering a further extension of suspended functioning of this court and the courts subordinate to this court and taking note of the prevalent situation, in continuation of this court’s office orders has been pleased to order that the suspended functioning of the courts subordinate to Delhi High Court shall stand extended till 15th July 2020.” 

The mentioning of urgent matters will be done through web link which will be available from 9 am to 10:30 am on all working days. The high courts are also taking up the oldest 20 “regular/final category matters” pending on their respective boards via video- conferencing mode. The order said that “all the cases listed in the high court, including before the registrars and joint registrars, from July 1-15 have been adjourned to corresponding dates from 26th August 2020 to 9th September 2020 respectively.” It added, “The matters listed in the district courts during this period will also be adjourned and the information will… Continue Reading...


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