Executive Powers (Consequential Provisions) Act, 1937


1.—In this Act—

the expression “the Principal Act” means the Constitution (Amendment No. 27) Act, 1936 (No. 57 of 1936);

the word “statute” means an Act which—

(a) was passed by the Oireachtas before the Principal Act, or

(b) was passed by the Parliament of the former United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and has the force of law in Saorstát Eireann, or

(c) was passed by a Parliament sitting in Ireland at any time before the coming into operation of the Union with Ireland Act, 1800;

the word “charter” means a charter, letters patent, warrant, or other like instrument granted, made, or issued by the King in exercise of a prerogative power and having the force of law in Saorstát Eireann;

the word “King” includes Queen.