All interim orders in Uttar Pradesh were extended till May 31 in the wake of the Corona virus. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Sanjay Yadav and Justice Prakash Padiya passed the order on January 5, 2021, restoring a public interest litigation.
Prayagraj Uttar Pradesh In Corona virus In view of the rapid expansion, the Allahabad High Court on Saturday directed that all the interim orders passed by him and his Lucknow bench, all district courts, etc., be considered extended till May 31, 2021. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Sanjay Yadav and Justice Prakash Padia passed the order on January 5, 2021 reinstating a public interest litigation. The bench directed, “All interim orders passed by the Allahabad High Court and its Lucknow bench, all district courts, civil courts, family courts, labor courts, industrial tribunals and other tribunals, quasi-judicial forums are considered to be extended till May 31, 2021. Will go. “
The court said, “Bail or anticipatory bail orders granted by criminal courts in Uttar Pradesh for a limited period which expire on or before May 31, 2021, will be deemed to be extended till May 31, 2021.” The bench said, “Any such orders of eviction or demolition which were passed by the High Court, district court or civil court, but were not implemented till the date of the passing of this order, were adjourned till May 31, 2021. Stay and officials will be soft in the process of demolition or capture. ” The court said in the directive, “No bank or financial institution shall take any action for auction in relation to any property of any person or institution.” However, the court made it clear that according to this order, in case anyone faces undue hardship in the extension of the interim order, that party will be free to seek relief by filing a petition before the competent court. The court fixed May 31, 2021 as the next date of hearing in the case.
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