Harbours Act, 1996

Enforcement of judgments.

101.—(1) Where judgment is given against Dún Laoghaire Harbour Company in any proceedings in pursuance of a claim to which section 99 (1) relates or in proceedings continued under section 100 and the person in whose favour the judgment is given has been unable to enforce the judgment, in whole or in part, against the company, he or she shall be entitled to enter judgment against the Minister for Finance in any court of competent jurisdiction for any amount not recovered on foot of the judgment as a debt due to him or her by the said Minister.

(2) The Minister for Finance shall be entitled to recover from Dún Laoghaire Harbour Company any payment made by him or her to a person in satisfaction of a judgment entered against him or her under subsection (1).

(3) Moneys required by the Minister for Finance to meet payments required by him or her under this section shall be advanced to him or her out of the Central Fund or the growing produce thereof, and shall be repaid to the Central Fund out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas.