Court extends tenure of its interim orders to December 22 in Maharashtra and Goa

While hearing a suo moto case, the Bombay High Court has extended the tenure of its interim orders relating to a stay on eviction, demolition and dispossession till December 22 in Maharashtra and Goa. This order is also extended for all such orders passed by the subordinate Courts.

It was passed to ensure that persons at the receiving end of orders of dispossession, demolition, eviction, or etc, passed by public authorities, are not inconvenienced by their inability to approach courts.

Municipal Commissioners of all the municipal corporations in Maharashtra to consider issuing a general directive not to demolish evict or hold auctions of attached properties for a specified period.
Referring to that order, the court also said that,’ _Orders or decree for eviction, dispossession, demolition already passed by any Court/Tribunal/Authority shall also remain in abeyance till then.’_

The writ petition is listed up on December 21 for next hearing.

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