Mayo, Earl of

Thursday, 22 July 1926

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 7 No. 17

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HIGH COURT AND SUPREME COURT RULES.

I notice the Minister dealt fully with Rules 2 and 3, but he said nothing about Rule 5—that the expression Gaeltacht shall mean the geographical area comprising such districts of the Saorstát as shall...More Button

I do not know why we should act. This is not a question of policy but of Rules of Court. If this matter is put to a division I shall certainly vote against.More Button

Then my contention falls to the ground. If they do that for nothing at all it is very kind of them. I might mention that there are people in important places who go to the High Court, and who have c...More Button

The effect of Senator Yeats's amendment would be to do away with Rules 2 and 3 of Order 30. The Senator began his speech by stating that he could not explain the design of the new costumes before the ...More Button


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