§ Mr. WILLIAM REDMOND (Clare, E.)
I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland what is the cause of the delay in fixing judicial rents 1285 in the Killadysert district, County Clare; and why the Commissioners do not hold a court in the town of Killadysert.
§ THE CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND (Mr. G. W. BALFOUR,) Leeds, Central
With the exception of a short interval of a couple of months, a sub-commission has been constantly employed for close on two years in the disposal of cases from County Clare. It has been the practice to include cases from all the unions in the county in each list issued, so that cases from the Union of Killadysert are in as advanced a stage of disposal as those from the other unions. A fresh list for the entire county will be issued when the present list has been completed. There are only seventy-two cases from the union refered to awaiting hearing. The sub-commissions sit in such places as are most convenient for all parties interested, and if at a future time a large number of cases from the vicinity of Killadysert is listed for hearing, the question of sitting at that place will be fully considered.