Supreme Court of Judicature for Southern Ireland.

Fourth Schedule. – in the House of Commons on 29th October 1920.

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1.—(1) His Majesty's High Court of Justice in Southern Ireland shall consist of seven judges, namely, the Lord Chief Justice of Southern Ireland, who shall be president thereof, and six puisne judges, or, so long as the existing Master of the Rolls retains his office, the Master of the Rolls and five puisne judges. (2) The Judicial Commissioner of the Land Commission shall by virtue of his office be an additional judge of the High Court of Justice in Southern Ireland for the purposes of his powers and duties in relation to land purchase.2.—(1) His Majesty's Court of Appeal in Southern Ireland shall consist of the Lord Chief Justice of Southern Ireland, who shall be president thereof, and two ordinary judges, who shall be known as Lords Justices of Appeal:Provided that so long as the existing Master of the Rolls retains his office he shall ex officio be a member of the Court of Appeal.(2) The Lord Chief Justice of Southern Ireland may request any judge of the High Court of Justice in Southern Ireland to attend at any time for the purpose of sitting as an additional judge of the Court of Appeal in Southern Ireland, and any judge whose attendance is so requested shall attend accordingly, and while attending shall be deemed to be an additional judge of that Court of Appeal.