The Eire (Confirmation of Agreements) Act 1938 [Note 1] was an Act of the British Parliament passed on 17 May 1938.  This was the British enforcement measure of the 1938 Anglo-Irish Agreements, signed on 25 April 1938 in London by the governments of Ireland and the United Kingdom. In total, three agreements were concluded: one repealing Articles 6 and 7 of the Anglo-Irish Treaty and the transfer of ownership of the British Admiralty to Ireland; a second for the settlement of unpaid financial claims against the Irish government; And third, an important trade agreement that ends an “economic war” between the two countries. The law came into force on May 19, 1938 on the basis of a cash contract.  One of the effects of the law was whether Irish citizens were still British subjects. Legal arguments were put forward for that, when the Irish constitution made Ireland an independent sovereign state, the adoption of the law recognizing one of the constitutional names of the Irish state also recognized its sovereignty. These arguments were put forward in the Murray v Parkes case in 1942.  The Act was repealed under the Schedule 1, Part V of the Statute Law (Repeals) Act of 1981. The English name of the state was then changed to the Republic of Ireland in 1949 by the Ireland Act.  . The amended parts of the laws and rules are highlighted in blue/grey. Two highlighting colours were used to distinguish narrower amendments and amendments within the amendments. Important information on simple laws and rules concerning allegations of purpose and justification, changes made by the state, forms of royalties under certain criminal provisions of the legislation were organized in leaflets.
If a provision is replaced by an amendment, the old provision is also provided for in the old law. You can try the self-folding sheets here below, just click on one of the following bars to see the results. (c) to drive a medium-mobility or medium-mobility vehicle, unless it has had a driver`s licence to drive a light vehicle for at least one year.” The Act also granted partial recognition for the purposes of British national law for the modification of the official name of the Irish state, in accordance with the Irish Constitution of 1937; the Irish state was formerly known as the Irish Free State. Under the law, the British government has decided to classify the Irish state only as “Eire” (without a fada or acute accent) and not “Ireland” (the name of the state in English according to the Irish Constitution).