Dublin United Tramways (Lucan Electric Railways) Act, 1927

Application of Acts of the Company.

16.—Sub-section (2) of section 11 of the Dublin United Tramways (Electrical Power) Act, 1897 and section 29 of the same Act as carried into effect by agreements between the Corporation and the Company respectively dated 4th October, 1898, and 1st December, 1905, shall apply to the railways authorised by this Act. And it shall be lawful for the road authority to utilise the posts, poles and brackets of the Company for the purpose of carrying their electric cables and lines for the distribution of electricity in the City of Dublin: Provided that the local authority shall pay to the Company all extra expenses incurred by the Company in the provision and erection of all suitable posts, poles and brackets or additions thereto required for such purposes. In the absence of agreement as to the amount of such extra expenses or the mode of calculating same or as to any other matters arising under this section same shall on the application of either party be determined by the Minister or person to be appointed by him.