Posted by on Sep 24, 2020 in LEGAL UPDATES

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The Civil Court of Rome at Via Giulio Cesare is tentatively resuming normal service, but much of its previous routine work has been moved to virtual hearings or applications for copies of courts orders being made by PEC certified email. Where possible visits by the public are now avoided.

The Court recently published news on how each section is operating, see link below. This is much welcomed, even before the pandemic a move to an appointments based system to avoid queues starting at 6.30am, or use of email rather than the “sportello”, was really overdue.