The State (McKay) v Cork Circuit Court Judge and O'Connell

 
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[H. C., S. C., I.F.S.]
The State (McKay)
and
Circuit Court Judge of Cork and O'Connell

Whether still in existence - The seal of the Cork Local Bankruptcy Court - Whether jurisdiction and seal transferred to Circuit Court -Delegation by Judge of his powers to Local Registrar - Whether valid - Adjudication of bankruptcy by Local Registrar - Whether exercise of "judicial power" - Natural justice - Absence of provisions enabling Registrar to make orders in bankruptcy - Conduct disentitling prosecutrix to relief by certiorari or prohibition - Form of delegation - Bankruptcy (Ireland) Amendment Act, 1872 (35 36 Vict. c. 58), s. 8 - Local Bankruptcy (Ireland) Act, 1888 (51 52 Vict. c. 44), ss. 4 and 11 - Local Bankruptcy (Ireland) Rules, 1889, rr. 5, 6 - Constitution of the Irish Free State (Saorstát Eireann) Act, 1922, (No.1 of...

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