Dublin Board of Assistance v Doyle

CourtDistrict Court (Ireland)
Judgment Date01 January 1944
Date01 January 1944
(Dist. Ct.),
Dublin Board of Assistance

Right to prosecute - Obligation of person in receipt of assistance to work when called upon.

The Secretaryto the Dublin Board of Assistance was held to be entitled to prosecute, in the District Court, as a common informer, a summons under the Public Assistance Act, 1939, for alleged wilful neglect to perform an allotted task of work.

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