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FIRST INSOLVENCY COURT HEARING HELD IN MONAGHAN

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25 Oct 2013 Comments Off on FIRST INSOLVENCY COURT HEARING HELD IN MONAGHAN

THE FIRST Insolvency Court to be held in Ireland under a new legislation designed to deal with people with debt problems was held in Monaghan Courthouse on Monday last. Presided over by Judge William Lyster, one of six specialist judges of the Circuit Court who have been appointed to hear insolvency cases under the provisions of the Personal Insolvency Act 2012, the short hearing dealt with one case, that of a Donegal man whose debts were given as being in excess of €110,000 against assets of less that €6,000 ...

THE JURY SYSTEM

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15 Feb 2013 Comments Off on THE JURY SYSTEM

An auspicious moment for the legal realm in our locality occurred this week when the Central Criminal Court sat in Co Monaghan for the first time in the history of the State. The High Court has regularly sat on circuit in our courthouses for the determination of civil proceedings, but never before in its criminal law manifestation, and the visit of Mr Justice Paul Carney to conduct a serious criminal trial at Monaghan Courthouse was accorded its due weight of significance and ceremony by the legal profession in this ...

URBAN VANDALISM! – TREANOR HITS OUT AT WORKS TO MONAGHAN COURTHOUSE FAÇADE

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23 Mar 2011 2 Comments

Monday night’s meeting of Monaghan Town Council by Independent member Seamus Treanor of works that had recently taken place to the façade of the restored Monaghan Courthouse building in Church Square. Colr Treanor said works that had been carried out to the windows and front door of the building amounted to “urban vandalism”, and made it look “like a 99c shop rather than a courthouse.” Asking who had approved planning permission for the works, the Independent councillor said that the steel sheeting that had been applied to the ...