Dublin United Tramways (Lucan Electric Railways) Act, 1927

Supply of current to the County Council.

21.—(1) The Company shall on request supply to the County Council or the public lighting authority or authorities respectively at a charge of twopence per unit an amount of current sufficient for the lighting of all lamps erected by the County Council or by the aforesaid lighting authority or authorities on the highway outside the City of Dublin along which the railways authorised by this Act are laid.

(2) The County Council or the said public lighting authority or authorities shall supply at their own expense all wiring, lamps, standards and apparatus necessary for the supply of electricity as provided by sub-section (1) of this section and the Company shall not be responsible for the maintenance of any such plant or apparatus or for the turning on or off of the current.

(3) Nothing in this section shall render the Company liable for any damages arising from any temporary unavoidable failure of the supply of current by the Company to the County Council.