Local Government (Dublin) Act, 1993

Agreed boundary adjustments.

40.—(1) If not later than two years after the establishment day a proposal for the alteration of the boundary between the administrative areas of any two of the principal authorities is agreed by those authorities and submitted to the Minister, the Minister may by regulation alter such boundary.

(2) Regulations under this section may include provisions to the same effect or similar to any provision of the Local Government Acts, 1925 to 1993 in respect of the alteration of boundaries or of any particular boundary or which may be included in any order or regulation under those Acts in relation to such alteration.

(3) Nothing in this section shall be construed as restricting the operation of the provisions of any other enactment in relation to the alteration of boundaries.

(4) An agreement under subsection (1) shall be a reserved function for the purposes of the County Management Acts, 1940 to 1993 and where appropriate, for the purposes of the Local Government (Dublin) Acts, 1930 to 1993.