Republic of Ireland Law
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1. An appeal entered in time, means that the order of the District Court does not have effect until such times as the appeal is dealt with or dismissed. However, it does not invalidate the District Court ruling. The District Court ruling remains in place until the High court rules on the matter further. There is no need to apply for a stay on the order pending an appeal, as the order is deemed not have the full force of the law pending the hearing of the appeal. You will have to wait until the HIgh Court deals with the matter before you can implement the District Court order. You cannot enforce an order which is being appealed. If you want any further clarification, I will b
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