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5 April, 2020 00:00 00 AM
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SC extends all temporary orders for two weeks

STAFF REPORTER, Dhaka

The Supreme Court (SC) in a circular yesterday extended the effectiveness of all temporary court orders like granting conditional bail and staying trial proceedings of criminal cases and issued injunction and status quo orders in civil cases, for two weeks after reopening of the court.

The circular also stated that appeals under the special laws could be filed without a certified copy on the day of reopening of the court. But the appellants must submit the certified copy of those orders before starting the hearing on the appeals.

The circular also said one or more magistrates are to be on duty for dealing with urgent cases in every district and metropolitan area across the country amid the ongoing situation due to coronavirous outbreak.

Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain, Law Minister Anisul Huq and judges of the Appellate Division (AD) yesterday took the decision after holding a meeting.

In its circular undersigned by SC Registrar General Md Ali Akbar said that the SC authority took the decision as the government extended its nationwide closure till April 9. The SC will also remain closed during the weekly holidays -- April 10 and 11. Therefore, the courts are scheduled to reopen on April 12.

On April 1, the government extended the ongoing general holidays till April 11 to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus in the country.

Earlier on March 23, the government declared a 10-day closure, effective from March 26 to April 4 which was later extended to April 11.

 

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