R (Miller) v Justices of Monaghan

JurisdictionIreland
Date1906
Year1906
CourtHigh Court
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10 cases
  • State (Roche) v Delap
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 11 July 1980
    ...certiorari would not be made available to the prosecutor for the purpose of quashing that order. R. (Miller) v. Justices of MonaghanDLTR 40 I.L.T.R. 51 approved. 2. That the fact that an order of the District Court is bad on its face does not preclude a judge of the Circuit Court from exerc......
  • Clarke v Hogan
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 2 May 1995
    ... ... 310 |Clarke v. Hogan| Citations: BOYLAN, R V LONDONDERRY JUSTICES 1912 2 IR 374 MULHOLLAND, R V MONAGHAN JUSTICES 1914 2 IR 156 SHELDON V BROOMFIELD ... ...
  • N.A.A. v Refugee Applications Commissioner
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 23 February 2007
    ...correct. While that appeal was pending, it was not open to him to apply for certiorari: see R. (Miller) v. Justices of Monaghan (1906) 40 I.L.T.R. 51 which shows that he should have elected either for appeal or for certiorari. It was not within the competence of the High Court to intervene......
  • State (Pheasantry) Ltd v Donnelly
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 25 May 1982
    ... ... District Justice has this power "under common law as successor to the jurisdiction of the Justices of the Peace: R. -v- the Mayor of Clonmel 9 ICLR 267 (Per O'Brien J.) at page 278; R ... While that appeal was pending, it was not open to him to apply for Certiorari: see R. (Miller) -v- Justices of Monaghan which shows that he should have elected either for appeal or for ... ...
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