Legal Practitioners (Qualification) Act, 1929


1.—In this Act—

the expression “the Chief Justice” means the Chief Justice of Saorstát Eireann;

the expression “the Incorporated Law Society” means the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland acting under their present or any future charters; and

the expression “competent knowledge of the Irish Language” means such a degree of oral and written proficiency in the use of the language as is sufficient to enable a legal practitioner efficiently to receive instructions, to advise clients, to examine witnesses and to follow proceedings in the Irish language.