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Dublin County Registrar list for 29 June

21 Jun 2021 / courts Print

Dublin County Registrar list for 29 June

The Dublin County Registrar’s list of civil motions for Tuesday, 29 June has been published.

The hearings will take place at Court 33, Áras Uí Dhálaigh, in the Four Courts in Dublin 7, starting at 10am.

Hearings from 12pm will be carried out remotely. The PEXIP code has been provided to the Law Society and to the Bar Council.

The Law Society publishes login details for remote hearings for lists on a password-protected page.

Practitioners are asked to note the following:

1) Attend in court at the appointed/designated time as there are no waiting facilities.

2) There will not be a second call due to the current restrictions.

3) The parties must leave court and remove all belongings at the expiry of the allotted time.

4) The minimum number of necessary legal representatives for each party to attend court. The attendee must be able to deal with the matter.

5) All affidavits and exhibits must be filed in the Circuit Court Civil Office not later than five working days prior to the hearing. Documents will not be accepted in court. When filing documents for upcoming court attendance ensure the court office is notified of the correct record number, date and time of hearing of the matter.

6) In motions to which order 26 applies, the affidavit and certificate required by rule 2 and the time period specified in rule 4 apply and must be filed, and the provisions of point 5 apply.

7) The moving party must lodge in the Circuit Court Office, not later than five working days prior to the hearing date, a hard copy, a clean, complete, indexed and paginated book of pleadings and proceedings for the hearing of the application.

8) Where the respondent to the motion is a litigant in person the moving party must inform the litigant in person of the hearing date and time.

Arrangements will be made in due course for the relisting of those matters adjourned because of the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.

As always, application can be made to the Circuit Court office for the listing of any urgent matter.

The consent mailbox is no longer operational.

 

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