The current system of courts is provided for in Article 34 of the Constitution of Ireland of 1937

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The current system of courts is provided for in Article 34 of the Constitution of Ireland of 1937

Post  be_map1512 on Mon Oct 31, 2011 9:15 am

The current system of courts is provided for in Article 34 of the Constitution of Ireland of 1937. However, it was not until the Courts (Establishment and Constitution) Act 1961 became law that this system took effect. Between 1937 and 1961 the courts provided for by the Constitution of the Irish Free State and the Courts of Justice Act 1924 continued their work under the Transitory Provisions of the Constitution of 1937, in which Articles 34 to 37 deal with the administration of justice generally.

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