Justice Dipak Misra has issued guidelines in the usage of video conferencing especially in matrimonial cases in the interests of Justice and to avoid delays.
Santhini Vs Vijaya Venkatesh on 9 October, 2017
Citations: [2017 BOMCR 6 315], [2017 CTC 6 81], [2017 KHC 5 48], [2017 KLT 4 415], [2017 RCR CIVIL 4 623], [2017 SCALE 12 359], [2018 SCC 1 1], [2017 SCC ONLINE SC 1202], [2017 INSC 1023]
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