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Old 07-09-2018, 12:27 PM   #1
Murugasaveus29
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Default Procedure for video conferencing

Hi,

My daughter's divorse case is in the trial court in Chennai and we had applied for transfer to Bangalore, Karnataka state. In the supreme court order for our transfer case, it was stated that video conferencing can be conducted if the applicant wishes and transfer was not granted.

So, we had filed a petition in the trial court in Chennai requesting for video conferencing.

Kindly advise how this video conferencing will proceed hereafter. Is it our responsibility to find out a court in Bangalore where video conferencing facility is available and provide those details to trial court? or the trial court judge has to write to Bangalore court judge in order to facilitate the video conferencing?

Thanks in advance.
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