Irish People's Assurance Collecting Society v Doyle and Others

JurisdictionIreland
Judgment Date01 January 1926
Date01 January 1926
CourtDistrict Court (Ireland)
Dist. Ct., I. F. S.,
Irish People's Assurance Collecting Society
and
Doyle and others

Collecting books, the property of a friendly society, withheld from such society by its agent - Power of District Justice to order delivery up to said society of said books - Friendly Societies Act, 1896, ss. 8 and 9, s. 87 (3) - Criminal Justice (Administration) Act (No. 44 of 1924), s. 9 (2).

Where the property of a society registered pursuant to the Friendly Societies Act, 1896, is withheld from such society by its agent, such agent shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding twenty pounds and costs, and to be ordered to deliver up such property, and in default...

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