The Child Welfare (Further Amendment) Act 1961 (27/1961) was 'An Act to make further provisions with respect to payments in connection with, and to prohibit the publication of certain statements relating to, the adoption of children and other persons'. It forbade payments and advertisements for adoptions, and made it illegal for people to arrange adoptions for money. It was repealed by the Adoption of Children Act 1965.
Prepared by: Liam Hogan
Created: 10 March 2014, Last modified: 1 February 2018