Insurance Act, 1936

Issue of policies in the Irish language.

108.—Whenever a form of proposal for a policy of assurance is filled in wholly in the Irish language every policy of assurance issued in pursuance or as a consequence of such proposal and any other document issued in connection with such policy by the assurance company or syndicate to which such proposal was made shall, if the proposer so requires, be issued by such assurance company or syndicate (as the case may be) in the Irish language.