Court of Appeal allows appeal and sets aside an Order of the High Court wherein interlocutory relief was refused in proceedings concerning unauthorised development of lands for tree felling, on the grounds that the trial Judge had assessed the affidavits with the mistaken view that the burden of proof fell on the appellant.
High Court grant's Plaintiff's application for an interlocutory injunction restraining the HSE from taking any steps in respect of a proposed investigation into alleged misconduct, on the grounds that the Plaintiff, a colorectal surgeon, raised a fair issue to be tried that the HSE's chief executive officer unlawfully delegated a crucial aspect of his decision-making function in the inquiry to an independent investigator.
High Court refuses an injunction restraining the respondents from initiating a prosecution, and upholds the validity of fixed penalty notice issued against the applicants for breach of travel regulations, on the grounds that, although the notice wasn't provided in the correct form, the applicants were not misled by same.

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