HC Deb 09 November 1911 vol 30 c1960W

asked whether the traders of Navan have reason to complain of the transit facilities afforded by the controlling power of the canal between Drogheda and Navan; if the Chief Secretary will have an inquiry instituted as to whether any statutory conditions attached to the control have been fulfilled; and whether he will state the proper authority to which complaints should be made by aggrieved traders?


I have not heard of any complaints in this matter. An inquiry is unnecessary, inasmuch as aggrieved traders have a remedy under the Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888, by complaining to the Railway and Canal Commission.