Foyle and Carlingford Fisheries Act 2007

Judicial Review.

30.— The Act of 1952 is amended by the insertion after section 73 of the following section:

“Judicial Review.

73A.— (1) A person may, by way of, and only by way of, an application for judicial review under Order 84 of the Rules of the Superior Courts ( S.I. No. 15 of 1986 ) (in this section referred to as ‘the Order’) question the validity of—

(a) a decision of the Commission under Part VIA of this Act, or

(b) a decision on or determination of an appeal by the Appeals Board under Part VIA of this Act.

(2) The High Court shall not decline to consider an application for judicial review under the Order relating to a decision or determination referred to in subsection (1) by reason only of the fact that the decision or determination the subject of the application—

(a) was made, or is to be or may be made, outside the State, or

(b) relates to a place that is outside the State.

(3) In relation to an application referred to in subsection (1), no rule of law or procedure shall prevent the Court giving leave for service of the application or notice of the application concerned to a person affected who is outside the State.”.