Virtual hearings not the norm from March 15, disclose geographic location when requesting for virtual hearing: Delhi High Court

The Court clarified that allowing or declining virtual hearing would be the discretion of the judge(s) concerned and no personal hearing in this regard would be entertained.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asserted that from March 15 onwards, virtual hearings would be the exception and not the norm, ordering that whenever a request for a hybrid/video conferencing hearing is made, the party concerned should not only state the exceptional circumstance, but also indicate his/her geographic location.

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