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Family Court case progression hearings
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30 Apr 2021 / courts Print

Family Court case-progression hearings

The Dublin County Registrar has announced that family law case-progression hearings will be listed for hearing on Thursdays and some Wednesdays during the Easter and Trinity Term 2021.

These hearings will be held in Court 35, First Floor, Áras Uí Dhálaigh, Inns Quay, Dublin 7, in staggered lists which will be published in the legal diary.

New matters

The notice says that, once the adjourned case-progression hearings are relisted, summons for case-progression hearings for new matters will be listed in early course.

Arrangements are in place to ensure compliance with HSE distancing requirements and the co-operation of practitioners is appreciated and expected.

To comply with social distancing requirements, staggered times have been allocated for practitioners to attend court for the hearing of these motions.

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