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Muldowney, Margaret
October 2005
Lawyer;10/3/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 38, p33
Trade Publication
Outlines the most significant changes introduced by the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004 to existing legislation on personal injury (PI) cases in Ireland. Reduction of the time within which PI proceedings must be brought; Personal injury summons; Requirement of a verifying affidavit to root out fraudulent or exaggerated claims; Offenses in a PI action.


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