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Kerala HC Partially Relaxes Entry Restrictions To Advocates, Clerks [Read Notice]

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5 Jun 2020 10:43 AM GMT
Kerala HC Partially Relaxes Entry Restrictions To Advocates, Clerks [Read Notice]
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The Kerala High Court has partially relaxed the restrictions to enter the High Court.

On 16th May, the High Court had issued several guidelines regarding the working of the Court after summer recess.

As per the notice issued today, the Registrar General said that the Kerala High Court Advocates Association Hall and Dining hall will be allowed to open. The entry to these halls are restricted to the minimum so that social distancing norms are fully observed.

Similarly Advocate Clerks' rooms will also be allowed to open, but not more than 40 registered clerks shall not be present at the room at a time.

With regard to parking of cars of Advocates, one more row of cars have been allowed in the southern side of the building. 


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