No adverse orders in non-urgent matters if advocate, litigant unable to join virtual hearing before lower courts: Delhi HC

A communication to this end was issued by the Registrar General, Delhi High Court.
Patiala House Court
Patiala House Court

The Delhi High Court had clarified that no adverse order shall be passed by its subordinate courts in non-urgent/routine matters where the advocate concerned or a litigant is unable to join proceedings through video conferencing mode.

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