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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
Practice and Procedure - O. 18, r. 1 of the Rules of the Superior Courts – Leave to amend the defence – Lack of material change - Amplification of earlier defence 
Neutral Citation [2016] IEHC 739 THE HIGH COURT Record No: [2016/30HLC] IN THE MATTER OF THE CHILD ABDUCTION AND ENFORCEMENT OF CUSTODY ORDERS ACT, 1991
Damages - Personal injury - Sexual Assault - Dismissal of proceedings - Inordinate delay - Risk of fair trial - death of witnesses 
Mental health - Mental Health Act 2001 - Involuntary detention in mental health care facility - Affirmation by Mental Health Tribunal - Appeal to Circuit Court - Refusal to hear appeal due to lapse of time - Violation of right of statutory appeal 
A county council is two-thirds liable for €73,000 in compensation, plus €47,000 in legal costs, to be paid to a woman who fractured her ribs and hurt her back aboard a ferry which ran aground on rocks, the High Court has ruled. 
€750,000 for man who suffered brain injury in collision.
Man (54) awarded €44,000 after suffering 'nasty injury' in fall at The George pub
Right to access birth cert for up to 50,000 adopted
Passenger 'humiliated' by Dublin Bus driver awarded €10,500 in damages

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