MR. ARTHURO'CONNOR (Donegal, E.)
asked Mr. Attorney General, Whether there would be any difficulty in arranging for appeals from a Judge in the Queen's Bench Chambers being taken direct to the Court of Appeal, instead of first going to a Divisional Court and thence to the Court of Appeal?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir CHARLES RUSSELL) (Hackney, S.)
said, that the present system of appeals was governed by the rules laid down by the Judges. An opinion, no doubt, existed that the appeal ought to be direct to the Court of Appeal. He would bring the matter to the attention of the Lord Chancellor.