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Supreme Court Issues Circular On Listing Of Cases Before Vacation Benches For First Part of Summer Vacation

Radhika Roy
7 May 2021 7:12 AM GMT
Supreme Court Issues Circular On Listing Of Cases Before Vacation Benches For First Part of Summer Vacation
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Supreme Court has issued a circular stipulating the directions to "meet the demand of justice and for hearing of matters of extreme urgent nature" that is to take place during the First Part of the Summer Vacation, i.e. from 10th May 2021 to 25th May 2021.1. From 10th May to 16th May, two Division Benches will conduct a hearing through Video Conferencing Mode on Tuesday and Friday. 2....

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Supreme Court has issued a circular stipulating the directions to "meet the demand of justice and for hearing of matters of extreme urgent nature" that is to take place during the First Part of the Summer Vacation, i.e. from 10th May 2021 to 25th May 2021.

1. From 10th May to 16th May, two Division Benches will conduct a hearing through Video Conferencing Mode on Tuesday and Friday.

2. From 17th May to 25th May, two Division Benches will conduct hearing through Video Conferencing Mode on Tuesday and Friday.

3. The matters, whether Fresh or After Notice, mentioned by Advocates/Party-in-Person requesting for listing during the vacation will be listed before the Vacation Benches.

Those desirous of getting their matters listed before Vacation Benches may send their request for extremely urgent listing, incorporating reasons for extremely urgent listing online on the email address – [email protected]

4. The extremely urgent matters which have been received upto Thursday will be listed on Tuesday, and the matters received upto Monday, will be listed on Friday.

5. Constitution of Vacation Benches for Second and Third Part of the Vacation, i.e. from 26th May to 10th June, and 11th June to 27th June, will be notified later on.

Taking into account the COVID-19 second wave, the Supreme Court had advanced its summer break from May. It is scheduled to reopen on June 28. The Court was otherwise scheduled to close on May 14.

Click here to download the circular


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