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Institute For Advanced Studies Act, 1940

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Number 13 of 1940.


INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES ACT, 1940.


ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

Section

1.

Definitions.

2.

Establishment of the Institute.

3.

Functions of the Institute.

4.

Establishment and disestablishment of Constituent Schools.

5.

The functions and duties of the Constituent Schools.

6.

Method of establishing and disestablishing Constituent Schools.

7.

Establishment orders.

8.

Appointment, etc., of the Senior Professors of a Constituent School.

9.

The Council of the Institute.

10.

The ex-officio members of the Council.

11.

Tenure of office of members of the Council.

12.

Resignation of members of the Council.

13.

Removal of members of the Council.

14.

Meetings and procedure of the Council.

15.

Common seal of the Institute.

16.

Housing and accommodation.

17.

The Registrar.

18.

Officers and servants of the Institute.

19.

Superannuation.

20.

Appointments to and removals from the academic staff of a Constituent School.

21.

Attendance of the chairman of the Council at meetings of Governing Boards.

22.

Powers of the Council in relation to publications and scholarships.

23.

Regulations.

24.

Appeals to the Minister by Governing Boards of Constituent Schools.

25.

State endowment of the Institute and Constituent Schools.

26.

Power to charge fees.

27.

Power of Institute to accept donations.

28.

Finances, accounts, and audit.

29.

Annual report by the Council.

30.

Expenses.

31.

Short title.

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Number 13 of 1940.


INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES ACT, 1940.


AN ACT TO MAKE PROVISION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE IN DUBLIN OF AN INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES CONSISTING OF A SCHOOL OF CELTIC STUDIES AND A SCHOOL OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS, TO AUTHORISE THE ADDITION TO SUCH INSTITUTE OF SCHOOLS IN OTHER SUBJECTS, AND TO PROVIDE FOR MATTERS INCIDENTAL OR ANCILLARY TO THE MATTERS AFORESAID. [19th June, 1940.]

BE IT ENACTED BY THE OIREACHTAS AS FOLLOWS:—