Air-Raid Precautions Act, 1939

Regulations for purposes of Part III.

48.—The Minister may, with the concurrence of the Minister for Finance, make regulations in relation to all or any of the following matters, that is to say:—

(a) any matter or thing referred to in this Part of this Act as prescribed or to be prescribed by regulations made by the Minister under this Part of this Act;

(b) the approval by the Minister of expenditure of essential undertakers incurred for the purposes of air-raid precautions (essential undertaker's) schemes, or incurred, with the concurrence of the Minister, otherwise than in pursuance of air-raid precautions schemes, for the protection of persons and property from injury or damage in the event of attack from the air, and in particular as to the manner in which any such expenditure is to be estimated for the purpose of being so approved,

any such regulations may permit the approval of expenditure incurred after the 30th day of September, 1938.