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SC Launches E-Copying Software to Facilitate 'Contactless', 'Doorstep' Delivery of Judgments - (17 Mar 2021)

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Supreme Court has launched web-based e-Copying software to facilitate doorstep and contactless delivery of certified copies of Supreme Court judgments/proceedings. It will not be necessary for stakeholders to physically come to the counter of the Registry to apply and obtain such copies.

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