HC Deb 11 December 1906 vol 167 c151

I beg to ask Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland if he will state the gross value of the holding and the deductions, if any, made from that value to arrive at the price in the case on the Crosbie estate upon which the Judicial Commissioner gave his decision last Tuesday.


I understand from the Estates Commissioners that the parties to the case in question intend to appeal from the Judicial Commissioner's decision. The case is, therefore, sub judice, and the Commissioners do not think it desirable to discuss it in its legal aspects while the, matter is pending. I may add that I quite concur in this view. Public discussion of cases which are about to come before legal tribunals is most undesirable.