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  • Supreme Court
    About The Court X Members of the Court X Judgments X The Supreme Court Office X The Legal System X Publications X Links

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  • Supreme Court of Ireland
    Court of Appeal was established under the Thirty third Amendment With effect from the establishment day the Supreme Court exercises subject to such regulations as may be prescribed by law appellate jurisdiction a from a decision of the Court of Appeal if the Supreme Court is satisfied that i the decision involves a matter of general public importance or ii in the interests of justice it is necessary that there

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  • Supreme Court of Ireland
    the Court Judgments The Supreme Court Office The Legal System Publications Links Constitution of Ireland The Chief Justice Judges of the Supreme Court Appointment and Tenure of Judges of the Supreme Court Members of the Court The Chief Justice Judges

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  • Supreme Court of Ireland
    Search Judgments by Year Advanced Search Latest Judgments Important Judgments Article 26 References Judgments of the Supreme Court Please note that all judgments in the searchable database are also contained in the judgments database of the Courts Service website click

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  • Supreme Court of Ireland
    Supreme Court The Supreme Court Office will also normally provide information to the parties to a specific case General questions are answered but legal advice is precluded For further information or assistance please contact the Supreme Court Office Contact details are provided below The Supreme Court Registrar The Supreme Court Registrar is the head of the office and is responsible for the management of the office Location The Supreme Court

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  • Supreme Court of Ireland
    their judicial functions and subject only to this Constitution and the law Under Article 35 4 4 of the Constitution the members of the Supreme Court the Court of Appeal and the High Court can be removed from office solely by a resolution of both Houses of the Oireachtas for stated misbehaviour or incapacity The tenure of Circuit Court and District Court Judges is similarly protected by statute In addition under Article 35 5 1 of the Constitution the remuneration of a judge cannot be reduced during his or her term of office save in accordance with Article 35 5 The jurisdiction of any Judge depends on the jurisdiction of the court over which he or she presides The Court System The Constitution outlines the structure of the court system in Ireland by expressly establishing the Supreme Court a court of final appeal in all matters of constitutional civil and criminal law the Court of Appeal in matters of constitutional civil and criminal law and the High Court a court of first instance with full jurisdiction in all criminal and civil matters Provision is also made in Article 34 3 4 for the establishment of courts of local and limited jurisdiction on the basis of which the Circuit Court and the District Court which are organised on a regional basis were established by statute i The District Court The District Court is a court of local and limited jurisdiction having the authority to deal only with certain matters arising within its functional area The District Court s jurisdictional powers are conferred upon it by statute and it may not therefore deal with any matters which fall outside its statutory remit In civil matters the District Court has jurisdiction to deal with claims which are not in excess of 15 000 and 2 000 in small claims In matters of family law the District Court has jurisdiction in matters concerning maintenance custody of and access to children and may make orders pertaining to domestic violence In criminal matters the District Court is a court of summary jurisdiction and deals with the non jury trial of persons charged with minor offences The District Court also has jurisdiction to grant bail in most cases and deals with the issue of sending an accused forward for trial in cases involving criminal offences outside its jurisdiction ii The Circuit Court The Circuit Court is also a court of local and limited jurisdiction with appellate jurisdiction of all matters arising in the District Court The Circuit Court has jurisdiction in civil matters where the claim exceeds the jurisdiction of the District Court but where it is not in excess of 75 000 and 60 000 in personal injuries In family law matters the Circuit Court may grant orders of divorce judicial separation and nullity as well as any ancillary orders In criminal matters the Circuit Court has jurisdiction to deal with all offences except those over which the Central Criminal Court has jurisdiction Criminal trials in

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  • Supreme Court of Ireland
    The Legal System Publications Links Constitution of Ireland Bibliography Publications The following is a selection of publications of interest Preliminary Submission of the Judicial Appointments Review Committee to the Department of Justice and Equality s public consultation on the judicial

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  • Supreme Court of Ireland
    Court Judgments The Supreme Court Office The Legal System Publications Links Constitution of Ireland The Courts Service The Judicial Studies Institute Journal The European Court of Justice The European Court of Human Rights Links The Courts Service The Judicial Studies

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