DRAFT CONSTITUTION OF THE IRISH FREE STATE

SECTION IV.—THE JUDICIARY

Article 65

From The Irish Constitution Explained by Darrell Figgis 1922

The Supreme Court of the Irish Free State/ Saorstat Eireann shall, with such exceptions (not including cases which involve questions as to the validity of any law) and subject to such regulations as may be prescribed by law, have appellate jurisdiction from all decisions of the High Court. The decision of the Supreme Court shall in all cases be final and conclusive, and shall not be reviewed or capable of being reviewed by any other Court, Tribunal or Authority whatsoever.

Provided that nothing in this Constitution shall impair the right of any person to petition His Majesty for special leave to appeal from the Supreme Court to His Majesty in Council Or the right of His Majesty to grant such leave.

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