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Christmas and New Year closures for courts and tribunals

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Details of Christmas and New Year closures for courts and tribunals have been published. 

The Crown Courts, Magistrates’ Courts, County and Family Courts, the Royal Courts of Justice and the Rolls Building, and Tribunals will be closed:

• Monday 24 December 2018

• Tuesday 25 December 2018

• Wednesday 26 December

• Tuesday 1 January 2019


 

Offices in Scotland will be closed on:

• Tuesday 25 December 2018

• Wednesday 26 December

• Tuesday 1 January 2019

• Wednesday 2 January 2019

Some emergency courts may operate over the holiday period.

 

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