HC Deb 30 June 1909 vol 7 c388

asked when the Irish Land Commission, collecting interest in lieu of rent for a landlord under a decree, have to resort to seizure, do they seize necessaries of life; and do they propose in the case of Widow Early, on the Chapman-estate, Westmeath, to seize the cow that supplies herself and her children with milk, there being no other property worth seizing?


The decrees of the Court are not executed by the Land Commission,, but by the Sheriff of the county.