Contracting Parties > Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons > Ireland
|Accession||December 17, 1962|
|Entry into force||March 17, 1963|
Declarations, Reservations etc.Declaration made upon accession:
"The Government of Ireland understand the words 'public order' and 'in accordance with due process of law', as they appear in article 31 of the Convention, to mean respectively, 'public policy' and 'in accordance with the procedure provided by law'."
Reservation made upon accession:
"With regard to article 29 (1), the Government of Ireland do not undertake to accord to stateless persons treatment more favourable than that accorded to aliens generally with respect to
(a) The stamp duty chargeable in Ireland in connection with conveyances, transfers and leases of lands, tenements and hereditaments, and
(b) Income tax (including sur-tax)."