HC Deb 14 March 1905 vol 142 c1386
MR. EDWARD BARRY (Cork County, S. )

I beg to ask Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland whether he is aware that in a recent decision of the Sub-Commission, presided over by Mr. Crean, 25 per cent. was added to his value of a farm held by Dr. Jennings in the neighbourhood of Skibbereen on account of its proximity to the town; and, if so, whether he Will state the grounds of proximity on which this decision was based.


I have no information in this matter. Under the 38th Section of the Irish Land Act, 1903, any person aggrieved by an Order made under the Land Law Acts by a Sub-Commission may apply for a re-hearing to the Land Commission, and the Land Commission may confirm, modify, or reverse such Order.