HC Deb 21 December 1888 vol 332 cc958-9
MR. KILBRIDE (Kerry, S.)

asked Mr. Solicitor General for Ireland, Whether he is aware that, although a large number of tenants on the estate of Lord Castletown in Upper Ossory served originating notices with a view to having fair rents fixed two years ago last November, the cases are still unheard; can he state when it is likely that the Court will be able to adjudicate upon them; and, what is the cause of the delay?


The Land Commissioners report that the number of cases remaining unheard is 42. It is intended that a Sub-Commission shall sit in the Union of Urlingford about the month of March, when such of the cases referred to as are situated in that union will appear in the list. The delay arose through the necessity of taking the unions in rotation.