S.I. No. 323/1984 - Control of Imports (Quota No. 51, Twenty-First Period) (Miscellaneous Textiles) Order, 1984.

S.I. No. 323 of 1984.


The Government, in exercise of the powers conferred on them by the Control of Imports Acts, 1934 to 1964, hereby order as follows:—

1. This Order may be cited as the Control of Imports (Quota No. 51, Twenty-First Period) (Miscelleneous Textiles) Order, 1984.

2. The Interpretation Act, 1937 (No. 38 of 1937), applies to this Order.

3. The period specified in the second column of the schedule to this Order is hereby appointed to be the next quota period under the quota order specified in the first column of the said Schedule and the quantity of goods to which such quota order applies specified in the third column of the said Schedule is hereby appointed to be the quota in respect of the said next quota period.


Quota Order for which quota period and quota are appointed

Quota Period


General description of subject matter of quota





Control of Imports (Quota No. 51) (Miscellaneous Textiles) Order, 1964 ( S.I. No. 297 of 1964 ) (as amended).

The period beginning on the 1st day of January, 1985, and ending on the 31st day of December, '85.

A quantity equal in value to one hundred pounds (£100).

Certain textile yarns, certain articles of textile material and certain articles of bedding of similar furnishing.

GIVEN under the Official Seal of the Government, this 29th day of November,



(Assistant Secretary to the Government, an Officer duly authorised by

the Taoiseach, under Section 8 (2) of the Constitution(Consequential

Provisions) Act, 1937, to authenticate the Seal of the Government.)


This instrument renews for the year 1985 an existing instrument which will expire on 31st December, 1984. It appoints a nominal quota of £100 as the value of miscellaneous textiles (wearing apparel and other made-up textile articles) originating in certain countries which may be imported during the period 1st January, 1985 to 31st December, 1985. This nominal quota has been appointed to facilitate more satisfactory administration. The Minister for Industry, Trade, Commerce and Tourism is prepared to license, during the quota period, not less than 15 tonnes of the goods concerned, consonant with the restrictions in operation for the different countries concerned.