Facebook Twitter Linkedin WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsBow Wow, they’re off’ at new greyhound stadiumBy admin – October 7, 2010 437 Print Advertisement Email LIMERICK’S new €20m greyhound stadium will be up and running from this Friday, October 8, with a 12-race card.The official opening is scheduled for October 22.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A Bord na gCon spokesperson said they were looking forward to welcoming their regular Markets Field patrons to their new home, and the hundreds of others who are certain to be won over by the state-of-the-art facilities.“Greenpark is much more than a greyhound stadium – it offers a unique family experience and we are encouraged that our 190 seat restaurant, and both corporate suites, with a total of 80 covers, are heavily booked right up to Christmas”.Finishing touches were being applied to the stadium when the Limerick Post visited this week.The entire arena is highly impressive….no more huddling in corners from the inclement weather, as had been the ‘menu’ at the Markets Field.Admission charge is €10, with a 50% reduction for OAP’s and students.Gates will open at 6-30 on this Friday, and the opening race is timed for 7-45.There is secured car parking for 450 vehicles at Greenpark, free of charge.A four-course meal, entrance to the stadium, programme and entertainment costs €45.There are also fast food and bar facilities available.The new facility is set to be a monumental success and a great asset to the Limerick area.Said Orla Strumble, head of marketing: The first race night will feature a host of surprises for invited guests, including live music, great entertainment and fabulous food”.Adrian Neilan, CEO Irish Greyhound Board, described the 2,900 capacity stadium as among the top rank of greyhound racing stadia on an international scale.The venue is approached via the roundabout on the Dock Road, next to Roche’s Feeds. Previous articleNegative portrayal of city condemnedNext articleNew Windings Video admin
News UpdatesApplication Under Order IX Rule 13 CPC Can Be Allowed Only When Sufficient Cause Is Made Out To Set Aside Ex Parte Decree: Supreme Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK4 March 2021 9:41 PMShare This – xApplication under Order 9 Rule 13 of the Code of Civil Procedure cannot be automatically granted and can be allowed only when sufficient cause is made out to set aside the ex parte decree, the Supreme Court observed.In this case, the tenant had filed an application to set aside an ex-parte decree against him which was dismissed by the Trial Court on the ground that no deposit was made by…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginApplication under Order 9 Rule 13 of the Code of Civil Procedure cannot be automatically granted and can be allowed only when sufficient cause is made out to set aside the ex parte decree, the Supreme Court observed.In this case, the tenant had filed an application to set aside an ex-parte decree against him which was dismissed by the Trial Court on the ground that no deposit was made by the tenant as required by Section 17 of the Provincial Small Cause Courts Act, 1887 along with the said application. The High Court remanded the matter back to the trial court for reconsideration of tenant’s application under Order 9 Rule 13 CPC and Section 5 of the Limitation Act in accordance with law.In appeal against this High Court order, the bench comprising Justices Ashok Bhushan and R. Subhash Reddy noted as follows: 1) In the application filed by the tenant on 25.08.1998 under Order 9 Rule 13, there was no compliance of Section 17 of 1887 Act and the application was incompetent. 2) The respondent tenant had not deposited the entire amount due on 25.08.1998 even under Section 30(2) of Act No.13 of 1972. 3) The deposit of rent under Section 30(2) of the Act No.13 of 1972 in the present case can not be treated to be deposit for the purposes of proviso under Section 17 of the Act, 1887.”Even in the case where there is a compliance of proviso to Section 17, the application filed under Order 9 Rule 13 to set aside the decree passed ex parte or for review of the judgment cannot be automatically granted. The compliance of proviso to Section 17 is a Precondition for maintainability of application under 42 Order 9 Rule 13. Application under Order 9 Rule 13 can be allowed only when sufficient cause is made out to set aside the ex parte decree. The present is a case where no sufficient cause was made out to set aside the ex parte decree.”, the bench added.Observing thus, the bench concluded that the tenant had not made out any sufficient ground to allow the application under Order 9 Rule 13 and the High Court committed error in interfering with the order of the trial court rejecting such application which was also confirmed by the District Judge. The court also added that requirement under proviso to Section 17 can neither be said to be hyper technical nor pedantic but the same was the requirement of law and condition precedent for maintainability of application under Order 9 Rule 13. Allowing the appeal, the bench directed the Executing Court to execute the decree and put the appellant in possession along with the payment of entire decretal amount up to date within a period of three months from the date the copy of judgment is produced before the Executing Court.Case: Subodh Kumar Vs. Shamim Ahmed [CA 802-803 of 2021]Coram: Justices Ashok Bhushan and R. Subhash ReddyCounsel: Sr. Adv R.B.Singhal, Adv Dr. Sumant BharadwajCitation: LL 2021 SC 134 Click here to Read/Download JudgmentSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
ABC News(NEW YORK) — Tropical Storm Florence was upgraded to a hurricane on Sunday morning by the National Hurricane Center.Florence is now classified as a Category 1 hurricane, and is currently expected to hit the southeastern coast of the U.S.Governors in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina have all declared states of emergency over the past two days in anticipation of the storm.At a press conference on Sunday afternoon, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster said Florence is expected to become a Category 4 hurricane with winds that could reach up to speeds of 150 mph.“Assume, presume that a major hurricane is going to hit right smack dab in the middle of South Carolina,” said McMaster, urging South Carolinians to prepare for the worst. Eight hundred members of the National Guard have been activated in the state.Hurricane Florence has maximum sustained winds of 90 mph as of 11 p.m. Sunday, and is 685 miles southeast of Bermuda, moving west at 7 mph.The current forecast track predicts that Florence will approach the southeast U.S. coast on Thursday.The National Hurricane Center is now saying that there is an increasing risk of storm surge on the coast, and inland flooding due to heavy rainfall. Both are life-threatening impacts.They are advising “interests along the U.S. East Coast, particularly from North Florida through North Carolina, should closely monitor the progress of Florence, ensure they have their hurricane plan in place and follow any advice given by local officials.”Isaac becomes hurricaneMoving south in the Atlantic, Isaac strengthened into a hurricane late Sunday with winds of 75 mph and is moving west at 14 mph. The storm is 1,305 miles east of the Windward Islands.The storm is expected to continue moving west in the next few days and become a hurricane by Monday.Isaac will be near the Lesser Antilles later this week and could bring impacts to parts of the Caribbean Islands during this time frame.Olivia aiming for HawaiiIn the Pacific, Hurricane Olivia is currently a Category 1 storm with winds of 75 mph, and is approximately 595 miles east-northeast of Hilo, Hawaii, as of 5 p.m. local time Sunday.A tropical storm watch was issued in the latest update across much of Hawaii, including Oahu, Maui, Hawaii counties.Olivia is expected to move west through Monday before turning west-southwest late Monday and early Tuesday local time. On the current track, Olivia may be near the Hawaiian Islands by late Tuesday.Even though Olivia is expected to weaken, it could still bring impacts to the Hawaiian Islands by midweek.Regardless of forecast track, significant effects from Olivia are possible in Hawaii, which could be enhanced due to the unique terrain of Hawaii.Heavy rain and potential flooding and mudslides are a growing concern, more so than winds. Rainfall of 10 to 15 inches is possible in some areas, particularly on the Big Island, which has already seen significant rainfall in recent weeks.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.