Supreme Court has issued a circular laying down “norms/guidelines” for listing of urgent matters during the summer vacations from 11 May to 2 July.
No matter, it says, shall be considered for listing unless it is accompanied by an affidavit sufficient to indicate urgency. Such affidavit shall contain “all material facts necessary for the formation of opinion about its urgency”, including:
The Circular lists down the following matters as the kind that shall be treated as matters of urgent nature for listing during the vacation:
It further enlists the matters that shall not be treated as that of an urgent nature for listing during the vacations. These are:
Read the Circular here.