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Rules of the Superior Courts

Amendment to: Order 61
S.I. No. 124 of 2016: Rules of the Superior Courts (Appeals from the Circuit Court) 2016


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2. The Rules of the Superior Courts are amended by the substitution for rule 4 of Order 61 of the following rule:

      “4. The Appellant shall, unless the Court shall otherwise direct, immediately prior to the commencement of the hearing of the appeal, lodge with the County Registrar or (in the case of an appeal to the High Court sitting in Dublin) the registrar a book of appeal containing copies of the pleadings (including particulars) and all other documents required for the hearing of the Appeal with a sufficient index, a true copy of which index shall have been previously furnished to every other party affected by the appeal. The appeal shall be set down by entering the same in the list of appeals and it shall come on to be heard according to its order in such list, unless the Court shall otherwise direct.”