§ MR. VINCENT KENNEDY (Cavan, W.)
To ask Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland if, in view of the fact that postage to the local officers under the Local Registration of Title (Ireland) Act, 1891, must be prepaid and registered, and that the local officers obtain a refund for postage and registration of their replies, will he say why the public have not the same facilities.
§ THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. ATKINSON, Londonderry, N.)
Local registrars of titles are refunded the cost of postages officially incurred by them because they are public officials. I am not aware of any reason why the public should have the same facilities; but the matter is one for the Postmaster-General.