New Delhi (ILNS): The Delhi High Court today directed the Delhi Chief Secretary to file an affidavit stating reasons as to why there cannot be a system of e-registration of various documents such as property papers, wills etc.
The Advocate Welfare Fund Trust (AWFT) has informed Delhi High Court that it has decided to give Rs 1 crore to needy advocates, irrespective of whether they are suffering from Covid-19 or not. This decision was taken at its meeting on September 2.
Aastha Khanna, a law student of Delhi University has written a scathing letter to the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, Justice DN Patel, urging the court to safeguard the rights of the students in view of the government’s order to conduct final year examinations of students in universities.
Trust has come forward to help advocates who need financial help in the fight against COVID. On Wednesday (July 8) advocate Sanjay Jain, appearing for the Advocate Welfare Committee Trust, informed the Delhi High court.
The High Court of Delhi will inaugurate its 'Online e-Filing System' tomorrow at 5 pm. The inauguration of the e-filing system will be done in presence of Chief Justice D.N.Patel , his Companion Judges of Delhi High Court and other distinguished guests.
A two-judge bench headed by the Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Prateek Jain was hearing a petition filed by online payment platform Paytm alleging fraud on its customers due to phishing activities over the various mobile networks causing financial and reputational loss to the petitioner.