Committee on Finance. - Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Bill, 1959—Money Resolution.

I move:

That it is expedient to authorise such payments out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas as are necessary to give effect to any Act of the present session to provide, in relation to Courts to be established and the judges and officers of those Courts, for certain matters necessary to supplement that Act, to confer jurisdiction on the Judge of the Circuit Court assigned to the Cork circuit in admiralty causes and in bankruptcy, to repeal certain enactments, and to provide for certain other matters connected with the matters aforesaid.

How much is involved?

The normal costs of the courts in any year with a very slight addition. I do not think it will amount to more than a couple of thousand pounds.

Question put and agreed to.
Money Resolution reported and agreed to.