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National Lok Adalat to be held in Calcutta HC premises on June 6

The matters to be dealt with include those pending before the High Court and pertaining to the ADR mechanism and settlement process among the parties.

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The Calcutta High Court’s Legal Service Committee will organise a National Lok Adalat on June 12 at 1030 hrs, on the premises of the court.

The matters to be dealt with include those pending before the High Court and pertaining to the ADR mechanism and settlement process among the parties.

A court notification today said, “This is to further inform all concerned that applications, submitted jointly by parties and/or their Advocates interested in getting their cases settled before such Lok Adalat would be received up to 1700 hrs on May 21 (Friday) at the Office of the HCLSC, located in the Ground Floor and first floor in the Centenary Building.

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“Such applications, as are received after the aforesaid deadline, would be considered for the next Lok Adalat, keeping in view the time taken to requisition the case records from the respective departments, as well as for finalisation of the Benches and their respective cause lists. 

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