The President of the CAM-CCBC in the exercise of the powers conferred upon her by article 2.6 (c) of the CAM-CCBC Rules, approved on September 1st, 2011, hereby announces that the CAM-CCBC will not be open for business on the following dates in 2021:
|01/25/2021||Monday||São Paulo City Anniversary|
|02/15/2021||Monday||(long weekend) Carnival|
|06/04/2021||Friday||(long weekend) Corpus Christi|
|07/09/2021||Friday||1932 Constitutional Revolution Day|
|09/06/2021||Monday||(long weekend) Brazil’s Independence Day|
|09/07/2021||Tuesday||Brazil’s Independence Day|
|10/11/2021||Monday||(longe weekend) Our Lady of the Apparition|
|10/12/2021||Tuesday||Our Lady of the Apparition|
|11/01/2021||Monday||(long weekend) All Souls’ Day|
|11/02/2021||Tuesday||All Souls’ Day|
|11/15/2021||Monday||Proclamation of the Republic|
Business days are those in which the CAM-CCBC is open for business. In the case of notifications, communications or other acts performed on a day when the CAM-CCBC is not open for business, these will be considered as performed on the subsequent business day.
In addition, to better organize the works, we also communicate that CAMCCBC will be in recess from December 18, 2021 until January 2, 2022. All deadlines will be suspended during such period and shall resume on January 3, 2022.
São Paulo, 4 January 2021.
President of the CAM-CCBC
 Thus, if – for example – a notification is received on a non-business day, such as on a Saturday or a Sunday, then for purposes of time counting it will be deemed to have been received on the subsequent business day, usually a Monday.
 CAM-CCBC Rules, Article 6.6.2. A time period will be considered to extend to the next business day if it expires on a day during which the CAM-CCBC is not open for business.