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Law of Ireland

Ireland has a common law legal system with three main sources of law:

While Ireland became an independent state in 1922, the 1922 Constitution carried all previous UK law forward into Irish law, unless it was subsequently amended. The 1937 Constitution also carried forward all pre-1937 law.

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