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Coronavirus Lockdown: Functioning of Delhi High Court, its subordinate courts suspended till April 15

Aditi Singh

In view of the nationwide lockdown to contain the further spread of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, functioning of the Delhi High Court and its subordinate courts shall remain suspended till April 15.

Orders to this effect were passed by the Delhi High Court today.

All the pending matters listed before the High Court, including the courts of Registrars and Joint Registrars, on April 13, April 14 and April 15 now stand adjourned to July 13, July 14, July 15, respectively.

In view of the lockdown, the High Court has also directed that the respective District and Sessions Judges may permit judges and other staff officials to work from home, wherever possible.

Earlier this week, the High Court had suspended the fucntioning of the all the subordinate courts in the city till April 4.

The High Court today also ordered that all interim orders passed by it or its subordinate courts, which were subsisting as on March 16 and are likely to expire or have already expired, stand automatically extended till May 15, 2020.

Read the Orders:

PublicNotice_S87QLJ4F47T (1).pdf
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