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The Madras High Court on Monday notified that it would continue to function in a restricted manner until April 30, given that the lockdown in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 is likely to be extended until then.
The notification issued to this effect states,
Read the Notice:
The earlier circular issued on the subject had also specified the restrictions on entry and appearance before the Courts during the lockdown. Specified Benches of the High Court have also been hearing matters via video conferencing.
Another notification issued last Sunday has intimated the judges who will sit between April 15-17, and the types of cases that would be taken up by these Benches. Seven Benches have been notified in this regard, including two Division Benches and five Single Benches.
Read the Notice regarding the sitting arrangements for April 15-17 below: