See also:Ill Ireland the High
See also:Court has the same
See also:powers in cases of contempt, and the
See also:term " court of summary jurisdiction " has the same meaning as in England (
See also:Act 1889, s . 13 [n]), subject to the definition of the Summary Jurisdiction (Ireland) Acts, which are, as regards the
See also:Dublin metropolitan
See also:district, the acts regulating the powers and duties of justices of the peace or of the police of that district, and as respects any other
See also:part of Ireland the
See also:Petty Sessions (Ireland) Act 1851 (14 and 15 Vict. c . 93) and any act amending the same . The acts are more extensive in their purview than the
See also:English acts, as they
See also:form in a
See also:great degree a
See also:code of substantive
See also:law as well as of procedure . By an act of 1884 the same jurisdiction was given as to offences by
See also:children as by the act of 1879 in England . Stipendiary or
See also:resident magistrates may be appointed in the place of unpaid justices under an act of 1836 (6 & 7 W . IV . C . 13) . The exceptional
See also:political circumstances of Ireland have led to the conferring at different times on courts of summary jurisdiction of an authority, generally temporary, greater than that which they can exercise in Great Britain .
See also:Recent instances are the Peace Preservation Act 1881, and the Prevention of Crimes Act 1882, both expired, and the Criminal Law and Procedure (Ireland) Act 1887 .
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