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Dublin Circuit Court plans to list cases
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10 Aug 2020 / courts Print

Dublin Circuit Court plans to list cases

The Dublin Circuit Court has announced plans to list cases scheduled for hearing between 6 October and 30 November.

The Dublin Civil Office will be listing the cases by way of a staggered callover in Court 28, Dublin 7, over four days: Monday 31 August, Wednesday 2 September, Thursday 3 September and Friday 4 September.

Lists

A callover is a sitting at which pending cases are called over in court to determine if they are ready to proceed.

The staggered lists are available on the Courts Service website, and details of the cases to be listed for each callover will be published in the legal diary in due course.

Staggered times

Arrangements will be in place to ensure compliance with public health guidelines and staggered times have been allocated for parties to attend court for the callover.

Practitioners and litigants are required to attend in person to confirm that their case is ready to proceed and that the estimated duration of the case as set out in the Notice of Trial is accurate.

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