Coronavirus: NCDRC matters adjourned till April 15; only one advocate along with one member of party may enter courtroom for urgent cases
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Coronavirus: NCDRC matters adjourned till April 15; only one advocate along with one member of party may enter courtroom for urgent cases

Aishwarya Iyer

The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has notified that all matters, including those listed before the Registrar's Court, have been adjourned till April 15. The notification has come in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, following guidelines issued by the Government of India.

It has further been notified that matters of an urgent nature would be heard by the Listing Officer Iqbal Ahmed (Deputy Registrar) in the Registrar's Court. These urgent matters would require his prior approval to be listed.

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