Permanent TSB v Beades
 IESCDET 194
THE SUPREME COURT
Finlay Geoghegan J.
|COURT: Court of Appeal|
|DATE OF ORDER: 13 th November, 2017|
|DATE OF PERFECTION OF ORDER: 14 th November, 2017|
|THE APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL WAS MADE ON: 12th December, 2018 AND WAS IN TIME.|
This is an application for leave to appeal from an order of the Court of Appeal made on 13 November, 2017 dismissing an appeal from an order of the High Court (McGovern J.) made on 6 March, 2014. The order of the High Court granted the first named plaintiff possession of three properties in Fairview, Dublin.
The jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to hear appeals is set out in the Constitution. As is clear from the terms of Article 34.5.3° thereof and the many Determinations made by this Court since the enactment of the Thirty-third Amendment, it is necessary, in order for this Court to grant leave to appeal from a decision of the Court of Appeal, that it be established by the applicant that the decision sought to be appealed involves a matter of general public importance, or that it is otherwise necessary in the interests of justice that there be an appeal to this Court.
The general principles applied by this Court in determining whether to grant or refuse leave to appeal having regard to the criteria incorporated into the Constitution as a result of the Thirty-third Amendment have now been considered in a large number of Determinations and are fully addressed in both a Determination issued by a panel consisting of all of the members of this Court inand in a unanimous judgment of a full Court delivered by O'Donnell J. in . It follows that...
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