The Unification of Ireland Act 1932 is a act of law passed by the Irish Government after the formation of a 36 county republic. It laid claim over the remaining counties of Ireland and set out new rules for the territory. It set up a new state called the Unified Republic of Ireland after the Great War of the Isles.
It set up 56 new county councils and 6 new circuit courts. A new Minister for Governance was appointed to each county. It set out how the land was to be governed in this area.