The Statute Law Revision Act 2007 specifically preserved the position of all Local and Personal Acts and Private Acts, as well as Charters of a local, personal or private nature. The second phase of the Statute Law Revision Project involved a review of Local and Personal Acts up to and including 1850 and Private Acts up to and including 1750.This process led to the publication and enactment of the Statute Law Revision Act 2009. The Act provides a list of 138 Acts which remain in force after its enactment. Apart from these statutes, all other Local and Personal Acts up to and including 1850 and Private Acts up to and including 1750 have now been repealed. Like the Statute Law Revision Act 2007, it is one of the largest statute law revision measures ever to apply to Ireland.
The following files contain lists in table form of all Local and Personal and Private Acts which have been identified. Note however that only Acts enacted up to and including 1750 (Private Acts) and 1850 (Local and Personal Acts) have been dealt with in the Statute Law Revision Act 2009. The lists include Acts passed after those dates, for information purposes.
In the tables below, the express repeal of an Act by virtue of its inclusion in Schedule 2 of the Statute Law Revision Act 2009, is indicated by the word "repealed" in column three. Similarly Acts which have been retained contain the word "retain" in column three and are the only Acts to remain in force. Acts which have not been listed in either schedule of the Act, contain an asterix in the third column. These Acts have either been repealed prior to the passing of the 2009 Act or have been deemed never to have applied to Ireland.