HC Deb 17 February 1908 vol 184 c450

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if he can state what is the cause of the delay on the part of the Estates Commissioners in completing the reinstatement of Timothy Buckley on the lands of the Rockfield, Morrogh Bernard estate, county Kerry, to which reinstatement the landlord has already agreed; whether the Commissioners are aware if any grazing agreement has been made with any person for the lands preventing the reinstatement; and if so, to whom, and when the same will expire.


The Estates Commissioners have been in communication with the vendor's solicitors as to the signing by the vendor of the purchase agreements necessary for the restoration of Daniel and Timothy Buckley. The agreements have just been lodged, and the Commissioners will now take the necessary steps to complete the transaction and have the Buckleys put into occupation. The Commissioners have no knowledge as to any grazing lettings of the lands in question.