2 edition of Digest of the sanitary laws in force in Ireland found in the catalog.
Digest of the sanitary laws in force in Ireland
William Dudley Wodsworth
|Other titles||Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1874.|
|Statement||Prepared under direction from the Local Government (Ireland) Board, by W. D. Wodsworth.|
|Contributions||Ireland. Local Government Board.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Addeddate Bookplateleaf External-identifier. A brief history of the Digest and explanation of the current Digest of the sanitary laws in force in Ireland book of the book is provided in the Introduction to the Digest of United States Practice in International Law A supplemental note, dated October 1,provides updated information on Internet citations included in the Digest.
The Irish Law Reform Commission has published this new draft list of in-force legislation in Ireland. It is the first list compiled and published that seeks to include all in-force legislation in Ireland with a list of over 2, Acts and o statutory instruments that are currently : Deanna Barmakian.
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—(1) A sanitary authority may make bye-laws for the regulation of public bathing within their sanitary district or in coastal waters adjoining their sanitary district, and the bye-laws may, in particular, provide for all or any of the matters mentioned in the Third Schedule to this Act.
Brehon Law was one of the earliest forms of law in Ireland and there have recently been attempts by the Brehon Law Project to revive interest in the subject. From the late twelfth century, Ireland was increasingly governed by English common law and by Ireland was fully integrated into the United Kingdom by the Act of Union passed in that year.
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The Sewage Utilization Acts, andand the Sanitary Act,also remain in force so far as they relate to Ireland. Under these different Acts the duties and powers of Sanitary Authorities and their officers are almost identical with those in the English provinces. According to 49 CFR [Title 49 – Transportation; Subtitle B -- Other Regulations Relating to Transportation; Chapter II -- Federal Railroad Administration, Department of Transportation; Part -- Railroad Locomotive Safety Standards; Subpart A – General], sanitary means “lacking any condition in which any significant amount of filth, trash, or human waste is present in such a manner that a.
Prior tothe more recent entries list the page number where the article appeared in a former print edition; [ FP 51] means page 51 in the volume of the Fire and Police Personnel Reporter. means page in issue No. of the periodical for that Digest (LR or JB).
Dr Darius Whelan is a lecturer in law at the Institute of Technology, Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland. He established the Irish Law discussion list and the Irish Law web site (now at ) in He has written articles on electronic access to Irish law for the Irish Law Times, the Bar Review, the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers and the Irish Times.Nuisance Law: Enjoying Property without Unreasonable Interference.
Related Book. Property Law For Dummies. By Alan R. Romero. A nuisance (sometimes called a private nuisance to distinguish it from a public nuisance, which is a completely different subject) .See also: Henry Kirby and his Preston Guardian chronology Preston Guardian. Preston Guardian Preston Guardian digest Anthony Hewitson's Preston Chronology The introduction and digest below were written by Henry Kirby.
Errors may have crept in as the result of OCR processing from a poor quality photocopy of the original typescript.