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    Sir, after I have got the SLP Number from the registry, within how many the SLP would be listed for hearing before a regular bench of the Supreme Court?

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    After SLP is filed in the Supreme Court, a diary number is given. And, after removal of defects, if any, a regular SLP number is given to that case. Normally, after getting a regular SLP number, the case is listed within about 10 days. As per the latest procedure for listing of matters in Supreme Court, applicable from May 2017, “Fresh admission cases registered from Saturday to Tuesday will be listed on the following Court working Monday or the notified miscellaneous day and fresh cases registered from Wednesday to Friday will be listed on next the following Court working Friday or the notified Miscellaneous day, from the date of removal of office objections, if any.”

    For example, SLPs registered from 2 December 2017 (Saturday) to 5 December 2017 (Tuesday) would be listed on 11 December 2017 (Monday). And, the SLPs registered from 6 December 2017 (Wednesday) to 8 December 2017 (Friday) would be listed on 15 December 2017 (Friday).

    See, the new scheme for automated listing of cases in the Supreme Court.


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