In light of the lockdown in the city to contain the spread of Novel Coronavirus, the Delhi High Court along with all the lower courts has decided to suspend its functioning till the 4th of next month. All the urgent matters shall be heard via video conferencing after being registered over phone call before the Registrar and being allowed. All chambers to remain close from 6 pm toady till March 31.
Delhi high Court along with all the subordinating courts in the city shall remain closed till April 4, 2020. The said mentioned period of the suspension will be treated as closure of court u/s 4 of the Limitation Act.
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