State Property Act 1954
Disposition of moneys standing to credit of the Intestate Estates Fund Deposit Account.
36.—(1) The Minister may from time to time direct that certain specified moneys or securities, standing to the credit of the account under his control and known as the Intestate Estates Fund Deposit Account, be—
(a) paid into, or transferred to, the Savings Certificates Reserve Fund and placed to the credit of the Principal Reserve Account, or
F1[(aa) transferred to the Dormant Accounts Fund established under the Dormant Accounts Act, 2001, or]
(b) paid into or disposed of for the benefit of the Exchequer in such manner as he may direct.
(2) Nothing in subsection (1) of this section shall preclude the Minister from making out of the Intestate Estates Fund Deposit Account—
(a) payments in connection with the administration of the estates of deceased persons (including payments in respect of funeral expenses, debts, expenses of administration and bounties), and
(b) such other payments as he thinks proper.
Inserted (1.01.2002) by Dormant Accounts Act 2001 (32/2001), s. 28, S.I. No. 593 of 2001.