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Supreme Court allows physical mentioning from July 5

The request should specify the subject “mentioning through VC”. On receipt of such request, in the Listing Proforma, mentioning through VC will be permitted on the next day, within the time stipulated.

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The Supreme Court has allowed physical mentioning with effect from July 5, 2021 in a circular issued stating Advocates-on-Record/Parties-in-Person (after inter-action) may mention their fresh matters both physically (from 10.30 am to 12 pm) on Monday to Friday & (from 10.30 am to 11 am) on Saturday as well as through Video Conferencing (VC) mode (from 12.15 pm till 2 pm) on Monday to Friday and (from 11 am to 11.30 am) on Saturday before the Mentioning Officer;

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(b) those who intend to mention matter(s) through Video Conferencing (VC) Mode as stated above in clause (a), shall submit from respective registered email id their request in the Listing Proforma along with letter of urgency on e-mail id mention.sc@sci.nic.in on working days between 10 am and 1 pm (on Monday to Friday) and between 10 am and 11.30 am (on Saturday). The request should specify the subject “mentioning through VC”. On receipt of such request, in the Listing Proforma, mentioning through VC will be permitted on the next day, within the time stipulated;

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(c) the Advocates-on-Record/Parties-in-Person (after inter-action) may send from respective registered email id their request for mentioning of IAs in pending matter or after notice matter, in the proposed form (Annexure-I), at the email id mention.an.sc@sci.nic.in on working days between 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. (on Monday to Friday) and between 10 am and 11.30 am (on Saturday), which shall be placed before the Competent Authority for oral mentioning through Video Conferencing only, before the Bench of Hon’ble Presiding Judge having Coram in that matter;

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(d) nature of urgency in the mentioning for urgent listing shall be considered as per the

Guidelines laid down in Circular F.No.9/Judl.(I)/2019 dated 23.01.2019 (Annexure-II). Read the Circular below: 

24062021-110020

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