Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - West Cork Income Tax Appeals.

asked the Minister for Finance if he is aware that a number of taxpayers in West Cork who had appealed from assessments of income tax received notices from the Inspector of Taxes that their appeals would be heard at Skibbereen on 7th November, 1929, and if on attendance in obedience to these notices they found that their appeals were not listed for hearing before the Special Commissioner for hearing income tax appeals; if as the result they were put to much inconvenience and expense, and what steps it is proposed to take to compensate them for the inconvenience and expense to which they have been put.

I am having inquiries made in this matter, and if the Deputy will be good enough to put down the question again next week, I hope to be then in a position to reply fully.