The Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice L Nageswara Rao, Justice Surya Kant in the suo motu petition passed an order extending the limitation period for filing in all courts/tribunals whether condonable or not with effect from March 15, until further orders.
The bench passed the order in a suo moto case invoking the special powers under Article 142 of the Constitution of India and said that the same shall be binding on all courts/tribunals as per Article 141. The order has been directed to be brought to the notice to all High Courts for being communicated to all subordinate courts/tribunals within their respective jurisdiction.
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