Court Rules of Ireland

Order 112: Appeals under the Housing (Private Rented Dwellings) (Amendment) Act, 1983

ORDER 112

APPEALS UNDER THE HOUSING (PRIVATE RENTED DWELLINGS) (AMENDMENT) ACT, 1983

1. Every appeal to the court under the Housing (Private Rented Dwellings) (Amendment) Act, 1983, section 13, shall be brought by special summons.

2. The summons shall be entitled in the matter of the said Act and on the application of the person bringing the appeal and shall state the decision of the Rent Tribunal (hereinafter referred to as the Tribunal) appealed against and the grounds of appeal.

3. The summons shall be served on all parties to the decision of the Tribunal.

4. The summons shall be issued within three months after the determination by the Tribunal or such longer period as the court may allow.

5. Any question referred to the court by the Minister for the Environment shall be brought by special summons entitled in the matter of the said Act and on the application of the said Minister. The summons shall state concisely the question referred for the decision of the court and shall be served on all parties to the application to the Tribunal.