Republic of Ireland Law
Republic of Ireland Law Questions Answered by Experts
1. I regret the fact I didn't make clear that any right to compensation would have to be determined by litigation. You will have to litigate this point as the statute does not provide for compensation. However, If compensation was payable it would be paid by the Government or the local county council who took the Group Water scheme in charge.
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I posted a new query regarding the above as I was unaware the question had been answered. Apologies for the confusion - I will now withdraw the question over which there is the message 'Waiting for Expert' Just one further point
would a claim for compensation have to be made at district, circuit or high court level, and potential cost.
High Court level.
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