HC Deb 26 March 1888 vol 324 c246
MR. CRILLY (Mayo, N.)

asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether the Report of the Treasury Committee appointed to inquire into the system and procedure of the Registry of Deeds Office, Dublin, and dated the 22nd of December, 1885, has been considered by the Treasury; whether the Report contains certain recommendations for the simplification of the existing system, which will reduce the cost of transacting the business of the Office; and, what steps are being taken by the Treasury towards giving effect to these recommendations?


I am informed that a Bill is being prepared, and will be introduced after the Easter holidays, giving effect to the recommendations of the Committee which inquired into the registration of deeds in Ireland in the autumn of 1885.