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  • Supreme Court of Ireland
    Dublin 2004 David Gwynn Morgan Lineamenti di diritto costituzionale irlandese Giapichelli Torino 1998 Tim Murphy Patrick Twomey eag Ireland s Evolving Constitution 1937 1997 Collected Essays Hart Oxford 1999 Raymond Byrne and Paul McCutcheon The Irish Legal System 4 ú eagrán Butterworths Dublin 2001 Sonrach Michael Farry Education and the Constitution Round Hall Sweet and Maxwell Dublin 1996 David Gwynn Morgan A Judgment too Far Judicial Activism and the Constitution Cork University Press 2001 David Gwynn Morgan The Separation of Powers in the Irish Constitution Round Hall Sweet Maxwell Dublin 1997 Michael Ó Cearúil Bunreacht na hÉireann a Study of the Irish text Dublin The Stationery Office 1999 Michael Ó Cearúil Bunreacht na hÉireann two texts or two constitutions Dublin Ireland Institute 2002 Comparáideach William Binchy Catherine Finnegan eag Human Rights Constitutionalism and the Judiciary Tanzanian and Irish Perspectives Clarus Press Dublin 2006 Jeremy Sarkin William Binchy Human Rights the Citizen and the State South African and Irish Perspectives Round Hall Dublin 2001 Francis X Beytagh Constitutionalism in Contemporary Ireland An American Perspective Round Hall Sweet Maxwell Dublin 1997 Cynthia Millen The Right to Privacy in the United States and Ireland Blackhall Publishing Dublin 1998 Bunreacht na hÉireann agus Dlí

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  • Supreme Court
    Eolas faoin gCúirt Comhaltaí na Cúirte Breithiúnais Oifig na Cúirte Uachtaraí An Córas Dlíthiúil Leabharliosta Naisc

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  • Cúirt Uachtarach na hÉireann
    Oifig na Cúirte Uachtaraí An Córas Dlíthiúil Leabharliosta Naisc Bunreacht na hÉireann Mapa Suímh Leathanach Baile An Córas Dlíthiúil Breithiúnais Comhaltaí na Cúirte An Príomh Bhreitheamh Breithiúna na Cúirte Uachtaraí Ceapachán agus Tionacht na mBreithiúna Breithiúna Reatha na Cúirte Uachtaraí Iar Bhreithiúina na Cúirte Uachtaraí Iar Phríomh Bhreithiúna Ról Phríomh Bhreitheamh na hÉireann Eolas faoin gCúirt Comhdhéanamh na Cúirte Dlínse na Cúirte Leabharliosta Naisc An tSeirbhís Cúirteanna Cúirt Bhreithiúnais na

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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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  • Composition of the Court
    Court is requested to give an opinion on the constitutional validity of a Bill adopted by the Oireachtas when referred to it by the President of Ireland under Article 26 of the Constitution A minimum of five Judges is also required should the Court have to determine pursuant to Article 12 of the Constitution whether the President has become permanently incapacitated In addition to those cases in which it is required by the Constitution a court composed of five Judges or exceptionally seven Judges will sit for appeals involving questions of law of particular importance or complexity Where an insufficient number of Judges of the Supreme Court are available the Chief Justice may request any ordinary Judge of the High Court to sit as a member of the Supreme Court for the hearing of a particular appeal Interlocutory applications and procedural matters or issues may be determined by the Chief Justice sitting alone or another judge of the Supreme Court nominated by the Chief Justice Order of Precedence among the Judges The Courts of Justice Act 1924 as amended provides for the order of precedence between judges of the Supreme Court as follows i the Chief Justice ii the President

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  • Jurisdiction of the Court
    efficient determination of appeals to do so with the concurrence of the other Judges of the Supreme Court to direct that specified appeals pending in the Supreme Court which had been initiated before the establishment day and had not been fully or partly heard by that court shall be heard and determined by the Court of Appeal Original Jurisdiction The Thirty third Amendment did not affect the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court which in effect consists of the function under Article 26 of the Constitution Article 26 provides for a reference to the Supreme Court by the President of Ireland after consultation with the Council of State of Bills of the type prescribed in that Article for a decision as to whether any such Bill or specified provision s thereof is repugnant to the Constitution Should the Court decide that the Bill or any of its provisions is incompatible with the Constitution it may not be signed or promulgated as law by the President The Supreme Court also has limited original jurisdiction under Article 12 3 1 of the Constitution Article 12 3 1 of the Constitution provides that only the Supreme Court consisting of not less than five Judges can establish whether the President of Ireland has become permanently incapacitated Constitutional Jurisdiction Article 34 4 5 of the Constitution provides that no law may be enacted excepting from the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court cases which involve questions as to the validity of any law having regard to the provisions of the Constitution As a result the Supreme Court may be said to function as a constitutional court as it is the final arbiter in interpreting the Constitution of Ireland This is a role of particular importance in Ireland since the Constitution expressly permits the courts to

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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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  • Article 26 References
    the Supreme Court for a decision as to whether any such Bill or specified provision s thereof is repugnant to the Constitution There have been 15 such references to date To view the full text of each judgment in HTML format please click on the title of the judgment below No Year Judgment Title 1 1940 In re Article 26 and the Offences Against the State Amendment Bill 1940 2 1943 In re Article 26 and the School Attendance Bill 1942 3 1961 In re Article 26 and the Electoral Amendment Bill 1961 4 1976 In re Article 26 and the Criminal Law Jurisdiction Bill 1975 5 1976 In re Article 26 and the Emergency Powers Bill 1976 6 1982 In re Article 26 and the Housing Private Rented Dwellings Bill 1981 7 1984 In re Article 26 and the Electoral Amendment Bill 1983 8 1988 In re Article 26 and the Adoption No 2 Bill 1987 9 1994 In re Article 26 and Matrimonial Home Bill 1993 10 1995 In re Article 26 and the Regulation of Information Services outside the State for the Termination of Pregnancies Bill 1995 11 1997 In re Article 26 and the Employment Equality

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