HL Deb 17 July 1888 vol 328 c1515

Order of the Day for the Second Reading, read.


, in moving that the Bill be now read a second time, said, the object of the Bill was to give the Court of Appeal in Ireland power to execute their own processes. The ordinary course was to remit a case to the Court below for the execution of process; but in the case of an appeal from a Revising Barrister that was found to be somewhat difficult. He understood the Bill was approved of by the Irish Law Officers.

Moved, "That the Bill be now read 2a."—(The Lord Herschell.)

Motion agreed to; Bill read 2a accordingly, and committedto a Committee of the Whole House on Thursdaynext.