HC Deb 16 March 1905 vol 143 c208

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland whether he will inquire if appeals lodged by two tenants on the Marquess of Conyngham's, county Clare, Estate, named Stephen Collins and Mary Landers, against rents fixed by the Sub-Commission, are listed for hearing at the coming sitting of the Land Commission, to be held at Ennis on the 21st instant; and, if not, can he explain why they are not on the list; and will he see that they are listed, so as not to put those tenants to the loss and inconvenience of further delay.


In the case of Stephen Collins and Mary Landers, tenants, Marquess of Conyngham, landlord, in which judicial rents were fixed by the Sub-Commission, it does not appear that any notices have been lodged on behalf of the tenants to have the cases reheard before the Land Commission. The applications for a rehearing in these cases, which appear in the list of fair rent appeals to be heard at Ennis on the 2lst instant, arise out of the landlord's application for rehearing.