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The Supreme Court has remitted the balance of a case concerning the termination of a contract to the High Court, following a finding that the Court had correctly determined that the case was not one related to defamation, and therefore did not require a jury trial. However, in a display of latitude

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The impact of the ruling on the constitutionality of a law governing the activation of suspended sentences remains unclear after final orders in six test cases were adjourned. Last week, Mr Justice Michael Moriarty declared section 99 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006 is unconstitutional.

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House prices in Dublin have showed signs of growth for the first time in five months, new figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) indicate. Dublin prices rose by 0.9 per cent in March, leading a 0.3 per cent increase in house prices across Ireland.

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Four cases which came before the High Court yesterday have been affected by a ruling on the constitutionality on key legislation relating to suspended sentences. Last week, Mr Justice Michael Moriarty declared that section 99 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006, governing the activation of suspended se

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President of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly The Law Society of Ireland has reminded its solicitor members of the proper procedure for administering an oath, which requires a Bible or religious text where there is not an objection on religious grounds.

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