Delhi High Court notifies rules for video conferencing; allows public to view court proceedings
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Notification No. 348/Rules/DHC, dated 26-10-2021
The Delhi High Court has notified ‘High Court of Delhi Rules for Video Conferencing for Courts 2021’. Video conferencing facilities may be used at all stages of judicial proceedings and proceedings conducted by the Court. All proceedings conducted by a Court via video conferencing shall be judicial proceedings, and all the courtesies and protocols applicable to a physical Court shall apply to these virtual proceedings.
The rules also allow persons who are not parties to the case to view the proceedings. The Court shall endeavour to make sufficient links (consistent with availableband width) available for accessing the proceedings.
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