Salmon v Molony

Judgment Date01 January 1925
Date01 January 1925
CourtSupreme Court (Irish Free State)
S. C.,

Town Tenants (Ireland) Act, 1906 (6 Edw. VII., c. 54), s. 11 - Appeal from award of Circuit Judge - Jurisdiction to hear appeal - Courts of Justice Act, 1924 (No. 10 of1924), ss. 18, 22, 61.

A claim under the Town Tenants (Ireland) Act, 1906, was instituted on the 4th July, 1924, at which date there was no Circuit Court for the district in which the premises in question were situated. The claim was heard and an award made by the Circuit Judge subsequently appointed, on 1st October, 1924, whereupon the respondent appealed to the Supreme Court:—Held, that under s. 61 of the Courts of Justice Act, 1924, the appeal should have been brought to two Judges of the High Court, and that no appeal lay to the Supreme Court.

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