Following the statement of The President of the High Court on the 20th October 2020 the Master of the High Court will not sit until 2nd December 2020.
Please note, on 22nd October 2020, any remaining motions and matters for mention in the Chancery List in Hilary, Easter and Trinity terms, which were adjourned generally due to Covid-19 public health restrictions, will be listed remotely for mention on 22nd October 2020. Please see Courts Service notice here.
You might please contact our John Byrne at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require our attendance with counsel.
Please read this important statement which is available on the Courts Service Website here.
Covid19 has forced businesses into re-thinking how they can conduct their work. The Courts are no different. The Courts Service implemented a number of changes to comply with Government health and safety guidelines, and they continue to adapt these procedures as restrictions ease. One of these modifications, was the introduction of a virtual Callover using video conference technology. Keep reading →
The Common Law list which was due to take place on March 16th 2020 will now commence on Monday June 29th 2020, but will be staggered over four days.
Please contact us should you require us to attend on July 20th 2020.
Practitioners should be aware that Consent Applications to the Registrar must be dealt with in advance of the 22nd of June as the Registrar will not accept Consent Applications on the day with the aim of minimising the number of people in Court.
It is also important to note the following: Keep reading →
Please note that we are now opening all post/DX items received, on a daily basis.
As of today’s date, Motions issued in the High Court Central Office are being allocated the following return dates:
- Masters Court is now the 6th October 2020
- Common Law is the 13th July 2020
Please continue to keep an eye on the legal diary on the Courts Service website.
Should you require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us