Damages - Road traffic accident - Statute of Limitations Acts 1957 and 1991 - S.7 of the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004 - Delay - Personal Injuries Assessment Board Act, 2003 
Family law - Judicial separation - Lump sum payment - Statutory requirements - Applicant seeking to vary the judgment and order of the High Court in relation to the lump sum payment ordered to be paid by the respondent to the applicant - Whether the respondent’s conduct should have resulted in a greater lump sum than that which was awarded 
Contract - Breach of contract – Damages – Termination of employment – Appellant seeking to appeal against an interlocutory order – Whether trial judge was in error in failing to accept that the respondent’s claim was in substance a claim for damages for breach of contract 
Negligence – Personal injuries – Damages – Appellant seeking damages for personal injuries allegedly sustained as a result of the negligence of the respondent – Whether trial judge did not fully engage with the evidence adduced on the appellant’s behalf in support of her claim  
Damages & Restitution - Injury at workplace - Admission of liability - Damages into future - Extent of need for future care - Assessment of financial losses 
Employment law - Unfair procedures – Breach of contractual terms – Fair procedures – Appellant seeking an order restraining the respondent from continuing with a disciplinary process – Whether it was sufficiently clear that the disciplinary process had gone irremediably wrong  
Man who tripped over hole at halting site gets €60,000

Court cases not heard due to lack of judges

By Keith Walsh Tuesday, 11th April 2017 | 0 comments
Filed under: Irish Courts.
‘Enormously important’ court cases not heard due to lack of judges Effects of failure to appoint new judges highlighted by High Court justices
Conveyancing - The Land and Law Reform Conveyancing Act 2009 - Possession of properties - Execution of deed of mortgage - Assignment of lease without consent of mortgagee 
Cyclist awarded €13,000 after falling off sunlounger
Hotel worker who cut hand on glass awarded €77,000 Assistant duty manager was directed to tidy items from around the cash register at bar


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