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SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir High Court (JKHC) on Tuesday earmarked separate room for inspection of the judicial records by the Advocates or concerned party.
“It is impressed upon all the concerned that if any advocate/authorised agent/litigant/party/or other than the party i.e. stranger, intends to inspect the Judicial Record or concerned case file pending in this wing of the High Court, same shall be inspected by the concerned after adhering to the set procedure governed under Rules 208 to 224, Chapter-XX of J&K High Court Rules of 1999. It is further notified that a separate room has been identified exclusively for inspection of the record by the Advocate or concerned party/litigant/authorised agent or stranger. However, the permission for inspection of the record shall be granted strictly as per the Rule in vogue,” reads the notice issued by Registrar Judicial, Srinagar.
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