HC Deb 23 June 1890 vol 345 cc1644-5
MR. LALOR (Queen's Co., Leix)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he will state the number of cases of appeals from the fair rents fixed by the Sub-Commission for Queen's County that were disposed of by the Chief Commission at its recent sitting; and in how many cases were the rents fixed by the Sub-Commissions reduced, confirmed, and increased respectively?


The Land Commissioners report that 60 Queen's County appeals were listed for hearing' at the recent sitting of the Court. Of these, 15 were cross appeals, leaving 45 cases for hearing at the sitting, which were disposed of as follows:—19 withdrawn, seven settled, seven confirmed, six rents raised by the Courts, one rent raised on enlarged area, one rent raised on consent, one adjourned in consequence of death of the party, two adjourned by request of the parties, and one stands over for judgment.