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Landlord and Tenant (War Damage) Act (Northern Ireland) 1941

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33Jurisdiction of the county court and appeals to the Supreme Court.N.I.

(1)The jurisdiction of the court under this Act shall be exercised by the county court within the jurisdiction of which the land to which the proceedings relate (or any part thereof) is situate.

(2)In any proceedings under this Act a county court judge may, if he thinks fit, summon to his assistance, in such manner as may be prescribed by rules of court, a person of skill and experience in the matter to which the proceedings relate who may be willing to sit with the judge and act as assessor.

(3)Where an assessor is summoned by a judge in any proceedings by virtue of the last foregoing sub-section—

(a)the assessor may, if so directed by the judge, inspect the land to which the proceedings relate without the judge, and report to the judge in writing thereon; and

(b)the judge may, on consideration of the report and any observations of the parties thereon, give such judgment or make such order in the proceedings as may be just.

(4)The remuneration of assessors for sitting as aforesaid shall be at such rate as may be prescribed by rules of court made with the consent of the Ministry of Finance.

(5)The remuneration of an assessor summoned as aforesaid shall be defrayed out of moneys provided by Parliament.

(6)Provision may be made by rules of court for regulating the procedure and costs of any applications to and proceedings in the county court under this Act.

[F1 (7) If any party to any proceedings in the county court under this Act is dissatisfied with the order, determination, direction or decision of the court he may appeal therefrom to the High Court.]

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