Breaking News Summer vacations for Delhi district Courts brought forward

Summer vacations for Delhi district Courts brought forward

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New Delhi, May 15 (ILNS): In view of the alarming rise in the number of COVID-19 cases and it’s consequent toll on health and lives of the Judicial Officers and staff of the district Judiciary, the full court of the Delhi High Court has changed the dates of the summer vacation, bringing it forward.

The summer vacation of all district courts will be now be from May 17 to June 3 (both days inclusive).

This is as per modification of the court’s earlier notifications dated October 17, 2020. This order will apply to District Courts (except the Courts of Metropolitan Magistrates) in Delhi. This is a 30-day vacation.

The courts of Metropolitan Magistrates shall remain closed for Summer Vacation from May 17 to May 27 (both days inclusive).

The High Court further ordered that the cases listed between May 17 and June 3 shall be taken up from June 14 to June 30. The existing system of hearing the matters in the District Courts in Delhi shall continue up to June 30. ILNS\AP\SJ

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