Give 48 hours Notice to every Lawyer if the Court is not Sitting – Lagos CJ directs Registrars

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The Lagos State Chief Judge, Hon Justice Kazeem Alogba has directed court registrars in the state to notify lawyers and parties whenever the courts will not be sitting.

 

The Chief judge made this known in a notice to All Court Registrars dated 21st January and signed by the Chief Registrar, O. A. Okunuga.

According to the Chief Judge such notices to be delivered must not be less than 48 hours to the date the matters are slated for.

The Notice reads in part

The Hon. Chief Judge of Lagos State, Hon. Justice Kazeem O. Alogba, has directed that whenever the Court will not be sitting, all Court Registrars Must Notify Counsel and Parties involved in the matter via SMS (text)/email or both not less than 48 hours before the date the matter is slated for.

The Notice further warned that failure to comply with the directive by the court registrars will be met with stern disciplinary actions.


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