Irish Land Act, 1903

Advances to trustees.

4.(1) In the case of the sale of an estate advances under the Land Purchase Acts may be made for the purchase, by any trustees approved of by the Land Commission, of any parcel of the estate to be held subject to the provisions of this Act, for the purposes of turbary, pasturage, the raising of sand or gravel, the cutting or gathering of seaweed, the planting of trees or the preservation of game, fish, woods or plantations, or for the purposes of the Labourers (Ireland) Acts, 1883 to 1896, as amended by this Act.

(2) An advance in pursuance of this section may be of such amount as the Lord Lieutenant may sanction.