County Management Act, 1940

The office of county manager.

3.—(1) There shall be in every county a county manager for such county who shall be called and known as the_____________County Manager (with the name of the county prefixed).

(2) The several counties (in this Act referred to as grouped counties) mentioned in the First Schedule to this Act shall, for the purposes of this Act, be grouped in the manner set forth in that Schedule and, in the case of each such group, one and the same person shall be the county manager for each of the counties included in such group.

(3) The office of the Dublin City Manager and the office of Dublin County Manager shall always be held by one and the same person.

(4) The county manager for a county shall be an officer of the council of that county.