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Limerick Solicitor’s Case: Lord Chancellor to Investigate Non-Payment Issue

A case involving Mr Francis Moloney, a solicitor from Rathkeale, County Limerick, was brought before the Lord Chancellor yesterday. The complaint raised concerns about the non-payment of £40. However, it was revealed that a promissory note had been issued since then, which Mr Moloney had accepted in lieu of the outstanding amount.

Acknowledging the matter, the Lord Chancellor stated that he would issue an order prohibiting the debtor from further delay in payment and would consider taking further action if necessary. It was made clear that the Lord Chancellor would closely monitor the situation and ensure that justice is served in this case.

The non-payment issue raised by Mr Francis Moloney highlights the importance of upholding financial agreements and the need for individuals and businesses to fulfil their obligations. The Lord Chancellor’s intervention demonstrates a commitment to addressing such matters promptly and ensuring fair treatment for all parties involved.

Dublin Evening Telegraph – Saturday 16 April 1904

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