Bank of Ireland Act, 1929


1. In this Act—

the expression “the Bank” means as the context may require either the corporate body entitled the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland or the Bank of the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland,

the expression “the Charter” means the said Charter or Letters Patent under the Great Seal of Ireland bearing date the 10th day of May 1783 and granted by His late Majesty King George the Third,

the expression “the Bank's Acts” means the enactments specified in the First Schedule to this Act and every other enactment amending any of those enactments,

the word “Directors” includes the Governor and Deputy Governor of the Bank,

the expression “general court” means a general court of the members of the Bank duly assembled under and in accordance with the Charter.