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Covid-19: Video Conferencing Facility Available Only In Extremely Urgent Matters For Advocates Who Desire To Avail It: Bombay HC

Nitish Kashyap
2 April 2020 11:45 AM GMT
Covid-19: Video Conferencing Facility Available Only In Extremely Urgent Matters For Advocates Who Desire To Avail It: Bombay HC
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In furtherance of efforts to combat the pandemic of Covid-19, Bombay High Court issued a fresh notice on Wednesday declaring that from April 1 to April 14, facility of hearing through video conferencing has been made available only in extremely urgent matters.

Chief Justice BP Dharmadhikari has appointed Justice AK Menon to hear all civil and criminal matters between April 1 to April 7 and Justice GS Patel to hear the same from April 8 to April 14.

Another notification was issued on Thursday clarifying that the notice dated April 1, 2020 regarding facility of hearing through Video Conference is restricted for Advocates who desire to avail video conference facility for extremely urgent matters. The notice dated March 26 to hear urgent judicial matters in Court on April 3, April 8 and April 15 would continue.

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