§ MR. H. H. FOWLER
asked the First Commissioner of Works, with respect to the New Courts of Justice, If he could state what number of courts will be provided for the Court of Appeal, and what number of courts will be provided for the Judges of the Common Law Division?
§ MR. SHAW LEFEVRE
, in reply, said, that the New Courts of Justice would provide accommodation for 21 separate and distinct Courts. It was, as yet, too early to state what the appropriation of these Courts would be; but he presumed there would be two Courts of Appeal, five Courts for the Chancery Division, two for the Probate and Divorce Division, and 12 for the Common Law Division. No distinct appropriation had yet been made, and what he had stated was what might be apparent to any hon. Member.