Shannon Fisheries Act, 1938

Vesting of certain fisheries and fishing rights in the Board.

5.—(1) On the appointed day, every fishery and every fishing right in or over the waters of the River Shannon above the weir known as Corbally Mill weir, together with all ancillary rights appertaining to or necessary for the enjoyment of such fishery or fishing right, shall, if and in so far as it is not already vested in the Board, become and be transferred to and vested in the Board by virtue of this Act and without any conveyance.

(2) The fisheries and fishing rights (including ancillary rights) which become vested in the Board on the appointed day by virtue of this section are in this Part of this Act referred to as transferred fisheries and fishing rights.