Affected by typhoon mangosteen, 5 courts in Shenzhen announced that they would not hold court on 17.


Affected by typhoon mangosteen, 5 courts in Shenzhen announced that they would not hold court on 17.

Source: Chen Xionghai / southern net

Reporters learned that due to the severe impact of typhoon "mangosteen" in Shenzhen, in order to ensure the personal safety of the parties and lawyers, according to statistics, the former sea court, Yantian court, Longhua court, Bao'an court, Luohu court has announced the cancellation of scheduled for September 17, 2018 (Monday) all-day session and other matters.

The Luohu court said that those who need to file a case or deal with other litigation matters need not go to the court and do not have to worry about the adverse consequences because of force majeure. Force majeure refers to unforeseen, unavoidable and insurmountable objective conditions, including this typhoon mangosteen. As an irresistible force of manpower, it has objective contingency and inevitability, subjective unpredictability and social harmfulness. All countries in the world regard force majeure as the condition of exemption, and our law is no exception. The court in Yantian declared that all the cases heard on that day were cancelled. If the court failed to file a case, give evidence or participate in the trial on that day, it would not bear adverse legal consequences. (the original title was "the typhoon did not go to the court. 5 courts in Shenzhen declared no court in September 17th").

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