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Madhya Pradesh High Court & Subordinate Courts Of MP To Remain Closed For Summer Vacations From May 10 To June 4

Sparsh Upadhyay
28 April 2021 3:49 PM GMT
Madhya Pradesh High Court & Subordinate Courts Of MP To Remain Closed For Summer Vacations From May 10 To June 4
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The Madhya Pradesh High Court as well as the Subordinate Courts of the State will remain closed for Summer Vacations from 10th May to 04th June 2021. A notification issued in this regard, states that it was decided to prepone summer vacation [earlier scheduled for 17th May to 11th June] to 10th May to 04th June 2021. In related news, the Telangana High Court will remain closed...

The Madhya Pradesh High Court as well as the Subordinate Courts of the State will remain closed for Summer Vacations from 10th May to 04th June 2021.

A notification issued in this regard, states that it was decided to prepone summer vacation [earlier scheduled for 17th May to 11th June] to 10th May to 04th June 2021.

In related news, the Telangana High Court will remain closed for Summer Vacations for this year from 3rd May to 31st May 2021. However, the notification issued in this regard, states that vacation benches shall be sitting for the specified period for hearing matters as mentioned in the schedule.

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal has modified it's calendar for summar vacation of this year in light of the recent surge in Covid 19 cases throughout the Country. The Competent Authority of the NCLAT has resolved to prepone the summer vacations from 26th April to 20th May from the earlier notified schedule of 7th to 30th June.

The National Green Tribunal has modified it's calendar for summar vacation of this year in light of the recent surge in Covid 19 cases throughout the Country. The Competent Authority of the NGT has resolved to prepone the summer vacations from 19th April to 18th May from the earlier notified schedule of 1st to 30th June.

Significantly, taking into account the COVID19 second wave, the Chief Justice of India has agreed to consider the request made by the bar to advance the summer break of the Supreme Court by a week from May 7.

The CJI NV Ramana had a meeting with the representatives of the Bar Council of India, Supreme Court Bar Association, and Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association.

A final decision in this regard will be taken after a full court meeting.

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