Saudi Eases Covid Restrictions For Lawyers




Saudi eases Covid restrictions for lawyers

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has allowed lawyers to go into all courts, enabling clients to access their sets at the reception areas of enforcement courts without prior appointments.

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The decision follows the easing of public health measures by the competent authorities, and out of consideration for attorneys as basic members of the justice system. It does not prejudice the e-litigation procedural guide, which prohibits holding a hearing when one of the parties appears in person but the other in virtual rooms. The requirements for admittance are having taken the Covid vaccinations, and showing the Tawakkalna app before entry.

This decision would again be evaluated within 30 days to decide on whether to allow all clients to go into all judicial facilities in accordance with official recommendations.




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