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SC Extends Limitation Period For Filing Cases In View Of COVID Surge

The Supreme Court on January 10, restored its previous order to extend the limitation period till February 28 for filing cases before judicial and quasi-judicial fora in view of the alarming surge of COVID-19 cases. The order said that the relaxation has been given in view of arguments advanced by learned counsel, and impact of the surge of the virus on public-health. Notably, Attorney KK Venugopal supported the plea.

Wed, 12 Jan 2022 - 09:28 AM / by Basharat Rashid

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