A party who is entirely successful in civil proceedings is entitled to costs against a party who is not successful, unless the Ct orders otherwise, having regard to the particular nature & circumstances of the case, & the conduct of the proceedings by the parties. This one-hour lecture analyses the law pursuant to Section 169 of the LSRA Act 2105 and deals with the concept of ‘entirely successful as well as looking at the relevant conduct and circumstances which a Court can consider in making such determinations. The lecture also covers a number of recent cases on costs.
The lecture covers a number of topics, including:
- Section 169 of the LSRA 2015
- Duty to give reasons
- Section 169(4) Discontinuance
- Higgins v Irish Aviation Authority  IECA 277
- Ryanair DAC v An Taoiseach  IEHC 673
- Sherry v Minister for Education IEHC 224
- Doherty v Waters v Minister for Health, COA, 2ND March 2021
Duration & pricing:
- Net-Duration: 1 hour
To book this lecture please refer to: 2023 Legal CPD programme
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