Liffey Reservoir Act, 1936

Protection of postal and telegraphic services as against the Corporation.

27.—The Corporation shall not, by virtue of this Act, acquire, enter on, remove, or otherwise interfere with any lands, premises, buildings, works, plant, materials, or other property of the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs or erect any works or do any other matter or thing which, in the opinion of the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs, would obstruct, delay, hinder, or otherwise injuriously affect the due execution of the public service of the Department of Posts and Telegraphs.