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Law of the Republic of Ireland
- Constitution of Ireland (Bunreacht na hÉireann)
- Case law
- European Community Law
The state became independent in 1922 as the Irish Free State, its constitution the Irish Free State Constitution, carried all previous British, English and Irish law forward into law. In 1937 the state proclaimed a new constitution, the Constitution of Ireland, and renamed the state as Éire now generally known as the Republic of Ireland. All previous law was also carried forward at this time.
Irish Statute Book
The Irish Statute Book in its broadest sense is the total of all laws which are applicable the Republic of Ireland at this time, these include all British, English and Irish laws made over the centuries. All primary and secondary legislation enacted since 1922 have been made available for free access to all via the internet by the Office of the Attorney-General of Ireland.
- Irish Statute Book - main site
- Acts of the Oireachtas - Irish & English
- Office of the Attorney General of Ireland
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