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Supreme Court has finalised proposal for allotment of chambers in Additional building complex of Supreme Court to the Advocates as per the roster out of the existing panels for the years 1995, 2001 and 2004.

A circular issued by apex court said: “In compliance of the orders of Hon’ble the Chief Justice of India dated 05.07.2019 upon the recommendations made by the Chambers Allotment Committee of Hon’ble Judges. It is hereby notified for information of all concerned members of the Bar that the allotment of chambers on twin sharing basis of each chamber room in the Additional Building Complex of the Supreme Court to the Advocates from the existing panels for the years 1995, 2001 & 2004 is proposed to be made strictly as per the roster/proposed list for allotment, prepared in terms of the ratio of allotment as per Proviso to Clause 4 of Lawyers’ Chambers (Allotment & Occupancy) Rules.”

“It is further notified that the proposed allotees whose names have been shown in the roster may request, in writing, for exchange of their proposed slots/chambers amongst themselves within a window period of 7 days from publication of this roster/proposed list for allotment, provided that such exercise shall be considered a one-time exercise without creating a precedent of any sorts, and further provided that both proposed allotees of any chanter room would not be permitted to seek change of their proposed allotment, and further provided that the slot sought to be vacated would also require to be simultaneously proposed to be filled up by another allotee, from such list, and thereafter the final proposals for allotment would be placed before the Chambers Allotment Committee of Hon’ble Judges for directions/recommendations thereupon,” the circular added.

Please see the circular below:

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