HC Deb 22 July 1909 vol 8 c740W

asked the Chief Secretary whether the Estates Commissioners will take any steps to ascertain the conditions upon which Thomas Nagle would surrender the holding at present occupied by him on the Leader estate, county Cork, in favour of Mrs. Alice Nagle, the evicted tenant, seeing that he expressed his willingness to do so if the Commissioners would provide him with a farm elsewhere, and that he made this statement during the hearing of a case at petty sessions, Kildorrery, on 12th May last, of which the Commissioners have been duly informed?


As I have already informed the hon. Member, in reply to a question asked by him on 27th May last, the Estates Commissioners wall inquire into the matter when the estate is being dealt with in order of priority under the Irish Land Act, 1903.