General Notices: 08 June 2021 - Cork Co Reg Callover
Date8th June 2021
TypeCork Co Reg Callover
Dear Practitioners,

Please note the following dates for the County Registrar's civil and family law lists for Washington Street Courthouse in Cork.

County Registrar Motions (all physical hearings):
The County Registrar will sit for family motions followed by some case progressions every Tuesday during term at 10am. (please note there will be NO sitting on Tuesday, 22nd June).
The County Registrar will sit for civil motions every Tuesday during term at 12pm. (please note there will be NO sitting on Tuesday, 22nd June).
The County Registrar will sit for some possession motions on Tuesday, 18th May and Tuesday, 13th July both at 1:30pm.



Callovers:
All county callovers for the Trinity term 2021 will be held on Tuesday, 8th June and will be held by pexip. Please use the pexip code to access the relevant callover.
Date and time Location Pexip code
Tuesday, 8th June at 2:00pm Midleton and Youghal callovers pexip code issued by Office
Tuesday, 8th June at 2:15pm Fermoy callover pexip code issued by Office
Tuesday, 8th June at 2:30pm Skibbereen and Bantry sitting at Skibbereen callovers pexip code issued by Office
Tuesday, 8th June at 2:45pm Mallow callover pexip code issued by Office


All other callovers will be held on the following dates with representatives from the Bar and SLA ONLY to attend: Date and time Callover Method
Tuesday, 15th June at 1:30pm Cork City callover of ALL civil trials (for both Michaelmas and Hilary 2022) Representatives to be announced from the Bar/SLA
Tuesday, 6th July at 1:30pm Circuit Appeals (High Court on Circuit) callover Representatives to be announced from the Bar/SLA
Tuesday, 20th July at 1:30pm Cork family law callover Representatives to be announced from the Bar/SLA


Ground rent and taxations:
Individual dates for the hearing of these will be provided (using zoom) by the County Registrar.


COVID Protocols:
Please note there are no additional facilities available at the Courthouse in Washington Street e.g. consultation rooms. Parties must leave the building immediately after their case is heard.

Anyone attending court buildings should continue to follow the public health guidance, and the Courts Service health and safety protocols, to help prevent the spread of the disease please:

- wear face coverings at all times in a court building, unless directed by a judge to remove same
- physical distance at 2 meters
- continue good hand and respiratory hygiene
- avoid congregating in groups
- comply with directions from Courts Service staff in relation to the management of the numbers of persons in court buildings and
- if you have symptoms or if you have been directed to restrict your movement or awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test, you should not to attend court