Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004
Publication of notices by Accountant.
37.—(1) The Accountant shall, not later than 3 months after the compliance by the financial institution concerned with a direction under section 35 —
( a) first given after the passing of this Act, and
( b) each subsequent such direction where the sums paid to the Exchequer pursuant thereto exceed €100,000,
cause a notice of the payment of the sums to the Exchequer pursuant to the direction to be published in Iris Oifigiúil, the Law Society Gazette, two national daily newspapers and by such other means (if any) as he or she considers appropriate.
(2) The accountant shall, upon compliance by a financial institution with a direction under section 35 , make all reasonable efforts to serve a notice in writing of the payment of the sums to the Exchequer pursuant to such a direction on such persons as have an entitlement to any of the funds for the time being standing to the credit of the dormant account of the funds of suitors of the High Court.
(3) The expenses incurred by the Accountant in complying with this section may where the Chief Justice so consents be paid out of funds standing for the time being in the dormant account of the funds of suitors of the High Court.