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A County Registrar
is a official attached to the Irish Circuit Court
The Circuit Court is an intermediate level court of local and limited jurisdiction in the Republic of Ireland which hears both civil and criminal matters. On the criminal side the Circuit Court hears criminal matters tried on indictment with a judge and jury, except for certain serious crimes...
who carries out a number of quasi-judicial and administrative functions regarding the functioning of the court within the county or counties to which he or she is assigned. The quasi-judicial functions of a County Registrar in the Circuit Court are similar to those of the Master of the High Court in the High Court. County Registrars are appointed by the government on the nomination of the Appointments Advisory Board.