SCAORA urges Supreme Court to take up part-heard, regular cases only after joint consent from Advocates

The SCAORA has written to the Secretary-General of the Supreme Court stating that part-heard matters may be taken up by Supreme Court only after all parties express willingness to argue via video conferencing.
SCAORA urges Supreme Court to take up part-heard, regular cases only after joint consent from Advocates
SCAORA

The Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association (SCAORA) has written to the Secretary-General (S-G) of the Supreme Court urging for part-heard and regular matters to be taken up only on Advocates giving joint consent to argue in virtual mode.

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