Foreshore Act 1933

Jurisdiction of the Circuit Court.


16. (1) The Circuit Court shall have and may exercise jurisdiction in actions relating to foreshore or rights over or in respect of foreshore where there is no poor law valuation of such foreshore and the Court is satisfied that the fair annual value of such foreshore does not exceed sixty pounds.

(2) The jurisdiction conferred on the Circuit Court by this section shall be exercised by the Judge of the Circuit Court for the time being assigned to the Circuit in which such foreshore or the larger portion of such foreshore is situate.


Modifications (not altering text):


Application of section restricted (20.07.1992) by Foreshore (Amendment) Act 1992 (17/1992), s. 6(6) subject to transitional provisions in s. 9, commenced on enactment.

Powers of courts, Minister, local authorities, etc., in relation to mitigating and remedying effects of contravention of certain orders and notices, etc.

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(6) The provisions of section 16 of the Principal Act shall not apply in respect of proceedings to which this section relates.