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Appeal from the Circuit Court

Appeal from the Circuit Court

An appeal from the Circuit Court is made under Order 61 of the Rules of the Superior Courts. A Notice of Appeal must be filed within 10 days of the Circuit Court Order or Judgment.

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Judicial Review

Judicial Review

A judicial review is a mechanism by which any decision of any public law body can be reviewed by a High Court Judge, where it is contended that the decision maker did not act within their powers, or that the decision was unreasonable etc.

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Plenary Summons

Plenary Summons

A plenary summons is used in cases where oral evidence will be heard.

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Statutory Appeal

Statutory Appeal

A Statutory Appeal refers to an appeal of a decision of a body which has been set up by statute to exercise particular powers.

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