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Texas Supreme Court First Emergency Order re Covid 19 (Issued March 13, 2020)

Allows all Texas courts to suspend all deadlines and procedures for specified time, permit any hearing, deposition, or other proceeding to occur remotely, consider as evidence sworn statements or testimony taken remotely, extend statutes of limitation, and more; effective March 13-May 8, 2020. Texas Supreme…

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Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Western District Extending Prior Orders (April 1, 2020)

Extends prior orders through April 30, 2020: Pennsylvania courts remain closed to the public. The use of teleconference and videoconference technology to conduct court proceedings remains authorized and encouraged. Alternate means of filing writs for tolling statutes of limitations are to remain available, and time…

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Supreme Court of Mississippi Emergency Order Related To Coronavirus (COVID-19) (March 20, 2020)

Provides that any person qualified to administer an oath in the State of Mississippi may swear a witness remotely by audio-video communication technology from a location within the State of Mississippi, provided they can positively identify the witness. Supreme Court of Mississippi Emergency Order Related…

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