25. Local Government

Updated to 16 January 2020 (Act no. 53 of 2019 and S.I. No. 14 of 2020)

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25.1. Local Government Organisation: General

Local Gov 11/1991
Local Gov 8/1994
Local Gov 37/2001
Local Gov
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8/2003
Local Gov
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17/2003
Local Gov 1/2014
Local Gov 59 & 60 Vict., c. 54
Local Gov 7 Edw. 7, c. 53
Local Gov
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5/1925
Local Gov
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3/1927
Local Gov
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55/1936
Local Gov 23/1941
Local Gov 24/1946
Local Gov 9/1955
Local Gov
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40/1960
Local Gov
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33/1964
Local Gov
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35/1978
Local Gov
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10/1983
Local Gov
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21/1983
Local Gov 7/1985
Local Gov 29/1997
Local Gov 16/1998
Local Gov
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6/2000
Local Gov 30/2009
Local Gov
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26/1950
Local Gov 1/2019
1 This SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
2 The enabling provisions are Local Government Act, 1991 (11/1991), ss. 3, 29, 30 and 33. All of the enabling provisions (other than s. 3 which is a general provision) have been repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5 and sch. 3 part 1; yet to be commenced (end Feb 14). The boundary alterations made on foot of these regulations may be continued by s. 10.
3

Section 47A appears to be superseded by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 147, commenced by S.I. No. 588 of 2001. If this is so, s. 47A of the 1991 Act and this commencement order should be repealed/ revoked.

4

The enabling provisions are Local Government Act, 1991 (11/1991), ss. 3, 29, 30 and 33. All of the enabling provisions (other than s. 3 which is a general provision) are repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5 and sch. 3 part 1. The boundary alterations made on foot of these regulations may be continued by s. 10.

5 Ibid.
6 Ibid.
7 Ibid.
8 Ibid.
9 Ibid.
10 Ibid.
11 Ibid.
12 Ibid.
13 Ibid.
14 Ibid.
15 Ibid.
16 Ibid.
17 Ibid.
18 Ibid.
19 Ibid.
20 Ibid.
21 Ibid.
22 Ibid.
23 Ibid.
24 Ibid.
25 Ibid.
26

Also made and listed under Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001) and Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014).

27

Also made and listed under Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001) and Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014).

28

The enabling provision is Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), s. 63, repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1. This SI is continued in force by s. 23(3): Where, on the commencement of this provision, an order is in force dividing a county, city or town into local electoral areas or fixing the number of members for each local electoral area, the order shall continue in force in relation to the county, city or town and be deemed to be an order under this section and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

29

SIs made under Acts repealed by this Act and not conitnued in force under ss. 113(1) and 165(1) may not have been formally revoked.  They include S.I. Nos. 61 of 1974 and 262 of 1997.

30

The enabling provision is County Management Act 1940 (12/1940), s. 16. This was repealed by Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991) subject to a saver in s. 41(5) for regulations. Section 41 was repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001) with a saver for regulations in s. 131(3): Any order made under subsection (2) of section 41 of the Local Government Act, 1991, or continued in force by subsection (5) of that section shall continue in force as if made under this subsection and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

31 The County Management Act 1940 (12/1940) was repealed by 37/2001, ss. 5(1), 6, 7 and sch. 3 part 1 (S.I. No. 507 of 2002 finalises the repeal of any remaining provisions of the 1940 Act). The saver in s. 144(5) of the 2001 Act for regulations made under s. 8 may apply to this SI. However, the contents of these regulations suggest that they are obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
32

The enabling provisions are County Management Act 1940 (12/1940), ss. 5(3) and 8. The 1940 Act was repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, commenced by S.I. No. 507 of 2002. The 2001 Act contains a saver in s. 144(5): Where immediately before the commencement of this provision an order is in force under section 8(1) of the County Management Act, 1940, appointing a manager for a joint body, such order shall be deemed to have been made under subsection (4). While these regulations appear to have been retained by this saver, they appear to be obsolete in light of the abolition of health boards by Health Act 2004 (42/2004) and should be revoked.

33 Ibid.
34

This SI was made under Local Government Act 1941 (23/1941), s. 19 and Local Government Act 1955 (9/1955), s. 14, each repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, subject to continuation in force under certain conditions by s. 6: The repeal or revocation by this Act of a provision of any enactment which is applied by a provision of any other enactment not so repealed or revoked, shall not affect such application and accordingly the first-mentioned provision continues to apply and have effect for the purposes of such application.  The existence of this SI is arguably an application thereby continuing this SI in force. However, it appears to be superseded by the 2001 Act, Part 14, and should be revoked.

35

The enabling provision is Local Elections (Petitions and Disqualifications) Act 1974 (8/1974), s. 25(3). This was repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, commenced by S.I. No. 217 of 2004; there is a saver for regulations in s. 161: (4) Any order made under section 25 of the Local Elections (Petitions and Disqualifications) Act, 1974, and in force before the commencement of this provision shall, on and from such commencement, be deemed to have been made under subsection (1) (b) and may be amended or revoked accordingly. Although this provision was deleted by Electoral (Amendment) Act 2004 (15/2004), s. 34(c), commenced by S.I. No. 215 of 2004, this SI appears to remain in force.

36 Ibid.
37

This SI was made under Local Government Act 1941 (23/1941), s. 19 and Local Government Act 1955 (9/1955), s. 14, each repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, subject to continuation in force under certain conditions by s. 6: The repeal or revocation by this Act of a provision of any enactment which is applied by a provision of any other enactment not so repealed or revoked, shall not affect such application and accordingly the first-mentioned provision continues to apply and have effect for the purposes of such application.  The existence of this SI is arguably an application thereby continuing this SI in force. However, it appears to be superseded by the 2001 Act, Part 14, and should be revoked.

38

The enabling provision is Waterford City Management Act 1939 (25/1939), s. 11. This was repealed by the Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991) with a saver in s. 41(5) for regulations. Section 41 was repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001) subject to a saver for regulations in s. 131(3): Any order made under subsection (2) of section 41 of the Local Government Act, 1991, or continued in force by subsection (5) of that section shall continue in force as if made under this subsection and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

39

The enabling provision is Local Government (Dublin) Act 1930 (27/1930), s. 51(2). This was repealed by the Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991); there is a saver in s. 41(5) for regulations. Section 41 was repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001) subject to a saver for regulations in s. 131: (3) Any order made under subsection (2) of section 41 of the Local Government Act, 1991, or continued in force by subsection (5) of that section shall continue in force as if made under this subsection and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

40

The enabling provisions are Cork City Management Act, 1929 (1/1929), s. 8 and Limerick City Management Act 1934 (35/1934), s. 12. These were repealed by the Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991); there is a saver in section 41(5) for regulations. Section 41 was repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001) subject to a saver for regulations in s. 131(3): Any order made under subsection (2) of section 41 of the Local Government Act, 1991, or continued in force by subsection (5) of that section shall continue in force as if made under this subsection and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

41

The enabling provision is Local Authorities (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1936 (55/1936), s. 10. This was repealed by Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991), s. 4, subject to a saver under s. 12(3). This section was repealed by the Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), subject to a saver in that Act under s. 24(3). Section 24 is repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, commenced by S.I. No. 37 of 2014. This SI is continued by s. 23(3): Where, on the commencement of this provision, an order is in force dividing a county, city or town into local electoral areas or fixing the number of members for each local electoral area, the order shall continue in force in relation to the county, city or town and be deemed to be an order under this section and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

This SI was also made under Local Government (Ireland) Act 1989 and the Local Government (Application of Enactments) Order 1898 (No. 1120) and schedule, art. 26.  This was repealed by 8/1994, s. 4(1) and sch. 1 part 1. 

42

The enabling provision is Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991), s. 41(2); s. 41 was repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001) subject to a saver for regulations in s. 131(3): Any order made under subsection (2) of section 41 of the Local Government Act, 1991, or continued in force by subsection (5) of that section shall continue in force as if made under this subsection and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

43

The enabling provisions are Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), ss. 3 and 17(1), (2). Section 17 was repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (No. 37 of 2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, subject to a saver in s. 30(1): Subject to Part 8, regulations made under subsections (1) and (2) of section 17 of the Local Government Act, 1994 , with reference to the Third Schedule to that Act altering local authority boundaries for electoral purposes only shall continue in force, notwithstanding the repeal of those provisions by this Act.

44

The enabling provision is Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), s. 22, which was repealed by Local Government Act (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1 subject to a saver for regulations in s. 27(4): Regulations made under section 22 of the Local Government Act, 1994, and in force at the commencement of this provision shall continue in force and have effect as if made under this section and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

45

This SI was made under Local Government Act 1941 (23/1941), s. 19, Local Government Act 1955 (9/1955), s. 14, and Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), s. 48, each repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, subject to continuation in force under certain conditions by s. 6: The repeal or revocation by this Act of a provision of any enactment which is applied by a provision of any other enactment not so repealed or revoked, shall not affect such application and accordingly the first-mentioned provision continues to apply and have effect for the purposes of such application.  The existence of this SI is arguably an application thereby continuing this SI in force. However, it appears to be superseded by the 2001 Act, Part 14, and should be revoked. It amends S.I. No. 61 of 1974, to which the same considerations apply.

46 The enabling provision is Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 129, which was deleted (1.06.2014) by Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014), s. 5(1) and sch. 1 part 1 ref. 77. This SI has therefore ceased to have effect and should be revoked.
47

Ibid.

48

This SI may be the responsibility of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government.

49

The enabling provisions are Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), ss. 3 and 24, repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(2) and sch. 3 part 2, subject to continuation in force by s. 23(3): Where, on the commencement of this provision, an order is in force dividing a county, city or town into local electoral areas or fixing the number of members for each local electoral area, the order shall continue in force in relation to the county, city or town and be deemed to be an order under this section and may be amended or revoked accordingly.

50

Ibid.

51

Ibid.

52 This SI is obsolete/spent from 28 February 2012 and should be revoked.
53 The only effect of this SI was to amend S.I. No. 508 of 2002 and on the revocation of that SI by S.I. No. 226 of 2014 it ceased to have effect. It should be revoked.
54

Also made and listed under Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991) and Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014).

55

Also made and listed under Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991) and Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014).

56 SI made under more than one Act, also made under 27/1930, 5/1941 and 24/1946.
57 Repealed Limerick City Management Act 1934 (35/1934) and Waterford City Management Act 1939 (25/1939).
58

Also made and listed under Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991) and Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001).

59

Also made under Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991) and Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001).

60 This SI appears to be obsolete following repeal of Public Health (Ireland) Act 1878, s. 103, and should be revoked.
61 Ibid.
62 The enabling provision, Public Health (Ireland) Act 1878, s. 1 remains in force. The SI refers to powers of enforcement assigned to Cork County Council under the sections listed in the title. Sections 128 and 129 are repealed but s. 130 (Duty of urban authority to complain to justice of nuisance arising from offensive trade) remains in force. It is likely be obsolete and if so, should be revoked.
63 This SI appears to be obsolete following repeal of Public Health (Ireland) Act 1878, s. 103, and should be revoked.
64 This SI appears to be obsolete following repeal of Public Health (Ireland) Act 1878, s. 52, and should be revoked.
65 This SI appears to be obsolete following repeal of Public Health (Ireland) Act 1878, s. 54, and should be revoked.
66 The remaining provisions of this Act appear to be obsolete.
67 A specific enabling provision is not listed.  Later SIs with similar titles are enabled by s. 3 which is still in force.  Only ss. 79 and 81 of Part VII remain in force to be applied by the SI (Dangerous riding and driving, Extending definition of public place and street for certain purposes). The SI appears to have been superseded by the Road Traffic and other legislation and should be revoked.
68 Section 82 (Byelaws as to sea-shore) was repealed by Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), s. 4(1) and sch. 1 part 1, commenced by S.I. No. 364 of 1995. This SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
69 Ibid.
70 Ibid.
71 Ibid.
72 Notice of Rates Order 1928 [Vol. XIV p. 1299] S.R.& O. No. 15 of 1928 appears to be made under s. 86 of this Act, repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1. As such this SI has ceased to be in effect, but should be revoked for avoidance of doubt.
73 This Act has almost no provisions left in force.
74 Constitution of Urban Authorities Order 1942 [Vol. XXX p. 947] S.R.& O. No. 272 of 1942 was made under s. 34 of this Act, repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1. As such this SI has ceased to be in effect, but should be revoked for avoidance of doubt.
75 The enabling provision is Local Government (Temporary Provisions) Act 1923 (9/1923), s. 15. This was repealed by section 5 of the Local Government Act 1941 (23/1941), s. 5, subject to a saver for regulations under s. 9(3): Every order in force immediately before the commencement of this section whereby an office is prescribed by the Minister to be an office to which section 15 of the Act of 1923 applies shall, upon and after such commencement, be deemed to be a declaration made by the appropriate Minister under this section declaring such office to be a major office and to be capable of being revoked or amended accordingly. Section 9(3) of the 1941 Act was subsequently repealed subject to a saver by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), ss. 5(1), 6 and sch. 3 part 1.
76 Ibid.
77 The first enabling provision appears to be Local Government Act 1941 (23/1941), s. 20, repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, subject to a saver in relation to application by other legislation in s. 6, of which there are no instances. The second enabling provision appears to be Mental Health Act 1945 (19/1945), s. 8, repealed by Mental Health Act 2001 (25/2001), s. 6 and sch., which however retained a small number of provisions in the 1945 Act mainly dealing with pension provision for employees. Given the repeal of what appear to be the enabling provisions and absence of saver, it appears that this SI is obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
78 Ibid.
79 Ibid.
80 This SI is listed for revocation by the Department of Social Protection.
81 The first enabling provision, Local Government Act 1941 (23/1941), s. 35, was repealed by Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), s. 4(1), but the repeal does not appear to have been commenced. The second and third enabling provisions are Electoral Act 1963 (19/1963), ss. 3 and 87; s. 87 was repealed by Local Government Act 1994 (8/1994), s. 4(1), commenced by S.I. No. 128 of 1999. The entire 1963 Act was repealed by European Parliament Elections Act 1997 (2/1997), s. 5, commenced by S.I. No. 163 of 1997. In light of the survival of the first enabling provision, this SI appears to remain in force.
82 The operative enabling provision is Local Government Act 1941 (23/1941), s. 34(2), which remains in force despite the repeal of other parts of s. 34.
83 Ibid.
84 Ibid.
85 This Act, s. 5 repealed Public Health Acts Amendment Act 1890 (53 & 54 Vic., c. 59), s. 52 (Issue of stock), subject to a saver in s. 87: (6) Every regulation which was made under section 52 (repealed by this Act) of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1890, or Article 23 (also repealed by this Act) of the Schedule to the Local Government (Application of Enactments) Order, 1898, and which was in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force and shall be capable of being amended or revoked as if it were made under this Act for the purposes of this section. An order was made under s. 52 in 1930: The Urban Stock (Amendment) Regulations, 1928, Confirmation Order 1930, S.R.& O. No. 29 of 1930. Section 87 was repealed by Local Government (Repeal of Enactments) Act 1964 (33/1964), s. 1, so that it appears that the SI ceased to have effect at that time. In any event it appears to be obsolete and should be revoked to clarify the position.
86 The enabling provisions, Local Government Act 1946 (24/1946), ss. 76 to 79, were repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, but the repeal is not commenced. As such, this SI remains in force.
87 Ibid.
88 Ibid.
89 Ibid.
90 The enabling provisions are Local Government Act 1946 (24/1946), ss. 4 and 67.  Section 67 was repealed by Local Government Act 1991 (11/1991), s. 4(1), commenced by S.I. No. 390 of 1993. Section 4, a general power to make regulations, remains in force. However, the content appears to be obsolete and it should be revoked.
91 The enabling provisions, Local Government Act 1946 (24/1946), ss. 76 to 79, were repealed by Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), s. 5(1) and sch. 3 part 1, but the repeal is not commenced. As such, this SI remains in force.
92 Ibid.
93 Ibid.
94 Ibid.
95 Ibid.
96 Art. 5 is the responsibility of Department of Environment, Community and Local Government and the remainder belongs to Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.
97 Responsibility of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.
98 Responsibility of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.
99 Responsibility of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.
100

The enabling provision, s. 9(13), was repealed by 16/1998, ss. 13, 15(4).  This SI is therefore obsolete and should be revoked.

101 Prospectively repealed on 31 March 2025 by Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014), s. 73(1).

25.2. Specific Local Authorities 102

102 Local Government Reform Act 2014 (1/2014) provides for amalgamation of Limerick county and city local government areas, and Waterford county and city local government areas. On repeal of its enabling provision, Waterford City Management (Reserved Functions) Order 1985 (S.I. No. 422 of 1985) ceased to have effect and it should be revoked

25.2.1. Buncrana

Local Gov
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2/1968

25.2.2. Cork City

Local Gov 5/1941

25.2.3. Dublin

Local Gov 27/1930
Local Gov 9/1969
Local Gov 30/1986
Local Gov 31/1993
Local Gov
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1/2014
103 The enabling provision for Dublin City (Borough Electoral Areas) Order 1930 [Vol. XIV p. 1363] S.R.& O. No. 54 of 1930 is Local Government (Dublin) Act 1930 (27/1930), s. 33. This was repealed by Local Government (Dublin) Act 1993 (31/1993), s. 4 and sch. 1 part 1, subject to a power to continue certain regulations in s. 39 which does not appear to have been exercised. S.R.& O. No. 54 of 1930 appears therefore no longer to be in effect, but should be revoked for avoidance of doubt.
104 This SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
105 This Act and related secondary legislation appears to be spent and should be repealed/revoked.
106

Rendered obsolete by dissolution of Dublin Metropolitan Streets Commission by Dublin Metropolitan Streets Commission Dissolution Order 2007 (S.I. No. 813 of 2007).

107 Vocational Education Committees (Filling of Casual Vacancies) Regulations 1996, S.I. No. 205 of 1996, became obsolete after the County Council elections following the making of the SI and should be revoked.
108 The enabling provision is Local Government (Dublin) Act 1993 (31/1993), s. 7. This was repealed by s. 5(1) of the Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001). There is a saver for these regulations in s. 11 (11): Notwithstanding the repeal of enactments relating to its establishment and constitution, a county council, county borough corporation, borough corporation (other than a county borough corporation), urban district council or the commissioners of a town in being immediately before the establishment day, continue in being but subject to the provisions of this Act applying and having effect.
109 Made by the Minister for Social Welfare, under s. 39 of the Act, it is considered in force by the Department of Social Protection.
110 Listed here in relation to directly elected Mayor of Dublin.

25.3. Agriculture Committees

Agric 8/1931
111 The enabling provision is Agriculture Act 1931, s. 25, which was repealed by Agriculture (Research, Training and Advice) Act 1988 (18/1988), s. 28. There is a “saving for certain acts” in s. 24 but only acts done by existing Committees before the establishment day have effect. This SI is appears to be obsolete.

25.4. Business Improvement Districts

Local Gov 42/2006

25.5. Local Government Services Through Corporate Bodies

Local Gov 6/1971
Local Gov
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9/2008
Local Gov 17/2012
112

Rendered obsolete by dissolution of Fire Prevention Council Local Government (Corporate Bodies) (Revocation) Order 1987 (S.I. No. 328 of 1997), art. 3.

113 This SI is appears to be now obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
114 This SI is appears to be now obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
115 This SI is appears to be now obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
116

Rendered obsolete by by dissolution of Dublin Transportation Office by Dublin Transport Authority Act 2008 (15/2008), s. 102(1).  May be the responsibility of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.

117

Rendered obsolete by by dissolution of Dublin Transportation Office by Dublin Transport Authority Act 2008 (15/2008), s. 102(1).  May be the responsibility of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport. 

118 May be the responsibility of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport. It appears to obsolete/spent and should be revoked.

25.6. Local Government Works

Local Gov
  • none
17/1949

25.7. Local Loans Fund 119

119 According to Brendan Howlin, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, "The Local Loans Fund was created as a mechanism to provide loans to local authorities for various purposes including on-lending to individual house purchasers under the Small Dwellings Acts. Funds were made available to the Local Loans Fund from general Exchequer sources, which would include general Exchequer borrowing. ... The Local Loans Fund is no longer used as a mechanism to provide loans to local authorities. ... All repayments by local authorities to the Local Loans Fund flow into the Exchequer." (Dáil Éireann Debates Vol. 751 No. 1, 11 January 2012). This legislation may therefore be obsolete.
Finance 16/1935
Finance
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17/1937
Finance
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18/1951
Finance
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3/1953
Finance
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29/1956
Finance
  • none
25/1957
Finance
  • none
45/1961
Finance
  • none
38/1964
Finance
  • none
27/1968
Finance
  • none
14/1972
Finance
  • none
28/1974
Finance
  • none
10/1978
Finance
  • none
41/1980
Finance
  • none
16/1983
Finance
  • none
21/1986
Finance
  • none
19/1987

25.8. Local Government Officers and Employees

25.8.1. General

Local Gov 39/1926
Local Gov 15/1940
Local Gov 1/1983
120 The enabling provision is Local Authorities (Officers and Employees) Act 1926 (39/1926), s. 2(1), as amended by Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointments) Act 2004 (33/2004), s. 61(1) and sch. 2 part 1. These regulations are retained by s. 62(3).
121 Ibid.
122 Ibid.

25.8.2. Superannuation

Local Gov 123 8/1980
123 Also Minister for/Department of Education and Skills in accordance with Vocational Education Superannuation Schemes (Transfer of Departmental Administration and Ministerial Functions) Order 1998, S.I. No. 362 of 1998.
124 Ministers of Agriculture, Food and the Marine and Education and Skills have roles as the "appropriate Minister".

25.9. Local Government Public Liability Insurance and Assurance

Enterprise
  • none
34/1926
Enterprise
  • none
21/1928
Enterprise
  • none
42/1935

25.10. Local Authority Rates

Local Gov 11/1924
Local Gov 2/1970
Local Gov
  • none
8/1973
Local Gov
  • none
35/1925
Local Gov
  • none
28/1931
Local Gov
  • none
23/1939
Local Gov
  • none
8/1940
Local Gov
  • none
28/1945
Local Gov
  • none
36/1946
Local Gov
  • none
48/1947
Local Gov
  • none
8/1954
Local Gov
  • none
35/1956
Local Gov
  • none
15/1966
Local Gov
  • none
13/1970
Local Gov
  • none
15/1971
Local Gov
  • none
36/1953
Local Gov
  • none
38/1960
Local Gov
  • none
23/1962
Local Gov
  • none
18/1963
Local Gov
  • none
35/1964
Local Gov
  • none
13/1967
Local Gov
  • none
13/1972
Local Gov
  • none
3/1976
Local Gov
  • none
9/1978
Local Gov
  • none
20/1980
Local Gov 24/2019

25.11. Sanitary Services

Local Gov
  • none
56 Geo. 3, c. 141
Gaeltacht 125
  • none
32 & 33 Vict., c. 42
Local Gov 41 & 42 Vict., c. 52
Local Gov 3/1948
Local Gov
  • none
22/1952
Local Gov 26/1962
Local Gov 29/1964
125 See S.I. No. 192 of 2011 and S.I. No. 220 of 2011.
126 This S.I. amends a Returns of Burials Order dated 5 March 1886 and alters the fee to sixpence. It may still be in force but appears to be obsolete and should be revoked.
127 This S.I. amends a Returns of Burials Order dated 6 July 1888 to provide for uncoffined burials.
128 Repealed by Water Services Act 2007 (30/200), s. 4(1) and sch. 1; repeal partially commenced in relation to this Act by S.I. No. 846 of 2007.
129

This S.I. and enabling section (s. 10) were both repealed by Air Pollution Act 1987 (6/1987), s. 9 and sch. 2 part 2. This repeal has not been commenced.

25.12. Workhouses (Former)

Health
  • none
9/1930
Health
  • none
8/1962