VIRGINIA: IN THE GENERAL DISTRICT COURT FOR THE TWENTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Effective immediately, it is hereby ORDERED pursuant to the state of Judicial Emergency declared by Chief Justice Lemons of the Supreme Court of Virginia on April 22, 2020, this Court’s order dated April 1, 2020 suspending certain filings is hereby extended until May 17, 2020. This Order is further subject to any extension made by the Chief Justice of the Judicial Emergency. For any filings mailed to this Court after May 17, 2020, filers are advised to not set any dates sooner than July 1, 2020. Any filing of documents in violation of this order have been returned as courtesy to plaintiffs and plaintiffs’ attorneys. However, the added burden and expense to the Clerk’s office and staff in handling these suspended, “nonessential matters” cannot continue. Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated with the Court. We all need to work together in managing this otherwise unprecedented situation. Pursuant to Va. Code 17.1-330(D), all deadlines are herby tolled and extended by Order of the Supreme Court of Virginia.
William H. Cleveland, Chief Judge
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