Double Taxation (Relief) Act, 1923

Relaxation of obligation as to secrecy.

5.—The obligation as to secrecy imposed by any enactment with regard to a tax to which an order made by the Governor-General of the Irish Free State under this Act relates shall not prevent the disclosure to any authorised officer of the British Government of such facts as may be necessary to enable relief to be duly given in accordance with the arrangements confirmed by such order.