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Functioning of Delhi High Court and subordinate courts suspended till June 30; To hear urgent cases through video conferencing

From June 16, all subordinate courts shall begin taking up urgent cases, except where evidence is to be recorded, through video conferencing, the High Court has resolved.

Aditi Singh

The functioning of the Delhi High Court and its subordinate courts will remain suspended till June 30.

From June 16, all subordinate courts shall begin taking up urgent cases, except where evidence is to be recorded, through video conferencing, the High Court has resolved.

A decision to this effect was taken by the Administrative and General Supervision Committee of High Court today.

All the pending matters listed before the High Court from June 15 to June 30 stand adjourned to dates in August.

Cases before subordinate courts have also been adjourned en bloc.

On May 22, the period of restricted functioning of the Delhi High Court and its subordinate courts was given yet another extension till June 14.

The arrangements qua mentioning and hearing of urgent matters and disposal of certain categories of final hearing matters by the High Court through videoconferencing shall continue as before.

The Court shall also make an endeavour to take up 20 oldest 'Regular/final category' matters on their boards.

Read the Notices:

Letter dated 13.06.2020.pdf
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Letter No. 2 dated 13.06.2020 .pdf
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