COVID Research : What is considered to be an urgent civil matter that the court will hear when the court is otherwise closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic?

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We asked our advanced artificial intelligence Alexsei to answer the following issue.

Issue: What is considered to be an urgent civil matter that the court will hear when the court is otherwise closed to the COVID-19 pandemic?

Conclusion:
On March 15, the Superior Court of Justice released a Notice to the Profession, the Public and the Media Regarding Civil and Family Proceedings, March 15, 2020. It provided that all criminal, family, and civil matters scheduled to be heard on or after March 17, 2020, were to be adjourned. The Notice also provided that urgent matters continue to be heard. The Notice to the Profession sets out which matters are to be considered urgent and emergency matters. This includes, in particular…

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