HL Deb 07 August 1896 vol 44 c81

Any person aggrieved by the order of a Land Commissioner acting alone in carrying the Land Purchase Acts as amended by this Act into effect, may, if such Commissioner was not a Judicial Commissioner and the question is one of law, require the ease to be reheard by a Judicial Commissioner, and in any other case may require the question to be reconsidered by a Judicial Commissioner and two other Commissioners, one of whom shall be a Commissioner appointed under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act, 1885, except where, owing to unavoidable absence, illness, or a vacancy in office, such a Commissioner is not available: provided that if the Judicial Commissioner thinks it desirable the case shall be re-heard by those three Commissioners.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Clause 41,—