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Dublin Circuit Family Court adds list to fix dates next week

10 Sep 2021 / courts Print

Dublin Circuit Family Court adds list to fix dates

The Dublin Circuit Family Court will have an unscheduled list to fix dates on 16 September at 2.30pm.

This is due to the availability of hearing dates on the week starting  1November.

The original scheduled list to fix dates will still proceed on 29 October, and cases not allocated a November date will remain in the October list.

The list will take place in Court 27, first floor, Four Courts, Inns Quay, Dublin 7.

The total capacity is 11 people, and practitioner cooperation is requested and appreciated.

Only attend court at the scheduled time. The hearing will take place in accordance with public-health and Courts Service guidelines.

Only one representative for each party should

Hard copy document

For ease of the parties and office administration, the solicitor seeking the hearing date must bring to court a hard copy document containing the email address and contact number for the solicitor for each party to the case.

This is required in case the Circuit Court office needs to make contact regarding the hearing date.

The number of witnesses for each party must be confirmed, and each party must file an up-to-date affidavit of means, and serve a copy of this, together with the vouching documentation on the other party, six weeks prior to the hearing date assigned.

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