Lisburn Courthouse was originally involved in the processing of magistrates’ court business and occasional county court sittings. Services were improved by introducing a county court section to process applications for divorce, small claims hearings and civil bills. In 2005 there were twelve staff, normally dealing with two court sittings each day.
The now demolished Lisburn Courthouse was built and designed by Paul MacHenry, civil engineer. He was from the early Nineteenth Century.
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