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Limited functioning of Delhi High Court extended to Nov 30

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Two courts of Joint Registrar (Judicial) to take up matters through physical mode from October 12

New Delhi (ILNS): The Delhi High Court has extended its limited functioning till November 30, in view of the prevailing pandemic situation.

The office order stated: “In view of the prevailing situation of spread of Coronavirus (2019-nCOV) pandemic in the NCT of Delhi, this court has been pleased to order that the present system of hearing the matters before this court shall continue up to 30.11.2020.”

In addition to this, the order further stated that the matters instituted in the year 2018, 2019, and 2020 shall also be taken up as per the roster with effect from November 17.

From October 12 two courts of the Joint Registrar (Judicial) will take up matters through physical mode. However, others will continue to hold court through video conferencing as per the roster to be notified on the website.

The Joint Registrar’s courts will also record evidence in cases of urgency or where any direction for expeditious/time-bound disposal has been received from the Delhi HC or the Supreme Court. The recording of evidence may be done either by physical or video conferencing as the case may be. 

-ILNS

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