- in Ireland, the High Court
- in Ireland, the Court of Appeal (however, in accordance with the provisions of the Irish Constitution the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction from a decision of the High Court if it is satisfied that there are exceptional circumstances warranting a direct appeal to it).
- in Ireland, none (however, in accordance with the provisions of the Irish Constitution the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction from a decision of the Court of Appeal if it is satisfied that certain conditions laid down in the Constitution are satisfied.)
- in Ireland, the rules which enable jurisdiction to be founded on the document instituting the proceedings having been served on the defendant during his temporary presence in Ireland
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