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Philip Lee Solicitors
In an interesting judgment delivered by Mr Justice David Barniville in the High Court on 24 January 2018 in SC SYM Fotovoltaic Energy SRL v Mayo Co Council, Aeolus Wind Farms Limited and ESB Networks Limited ...
Hayes Solicitors
The Finance Act 2017, which came into law in the Republic of Ireland on 25 December 2017, introduced a significant change to stamp duty.
Arthur Cox
Following the Supreme Court decision in McGowan & Ors v Labour Court Ireland & Ors which found the well established regime of registered employment agreements to be unconstitutional, ...
Arthur Cox
FIDIC has long been the contract of choice for use on international construction and engineering projects, and is used in Ireland, notably on infrastructure and energy projects.
Dillon Eustace
The question of whether a lender can enforce a fixed charge security in respect of after acquired property has been addressed in the case of Anglo Irish Bank Corporation Limited...
Mason Hayes & Curran
When it comes to rent reviews, there are a number of options which could give tenants greater certainty regarding the rent payable over the term of the lease.
Arthur Cox
From 26 February 2018 onwards, the first of a number of proposed new measures aimed at combatting delays arising from Court challenges to Strategic Infrastructure Developments ...
Mason Hayes & Curran
The consequences of contractor insolvency can have far-reaching implications beyond the parties to a construction contract.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended provides for a special planning application process for strategic infrastructure development (SID).
Mason Hayes & Curran
Looking back on the Irish real estate sector over the last 12 months, the main focus, without doubt, was housing.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In the recent case of Brandley & Ors v Deane & Ors, the Supreme Court provided some much-needed clarity on when the statutory time limit starts to run for property damage claims in negligence.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
The High Court has invited the parties in proceedings involving the repossession of a family home by Tanager Designated Activity Company to seek a reference to the Court of Appeal.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
On 12 December 2017, the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Frank Clarke delivered a long awaited unanimous decision of the Supreme Court in the case of Permanent TSB plc –v- David Langan and the Attorney General.
Maples and Calder
Irish property law is essentially based on both legislation and common law.
Arthur Cox
In July 2016, the Court of Appeal held that the Circuit Court does not have jurisdiction to hear possession proceedings regarding non-rateable residential properties which are neither principal private residences...
Maples and Calder
In a recent decision1 on an estate agent's liability to a purchaser for errors in a sales brochure, the Supreme Court clarified the scope and validity of disclaimers of liability addressed by professional service firms to third parties.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In a recent Circuit Court case, Mr and Mrs Maguire entered into a contract to buy a car. Mrs Maguire signed the standard terms and conditions of the seller (MSL) of the car, which included an arbitration clause.
Maples and Calder
The latest proposed amendments to the Irish taxation of real estate funds (IREFs) were published on 6 November 2017.
Mason Hayes & Curran
It is estimated that there are currently 10,442 student beds in operation in Dublin, catering for just 13.2% of the student population.
Mason Hayes & Curran
It is estimated that there are currently 10,442 student beds in operation in Dublin, catering for just 13.2% of the student population.
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Arthur Cox
Following the Supreme Court decision in McGowan & Ors v Labour Court Ireland & Ors which found the well established regime of registered employment agreements to be unconstitutional, ...
Hayes Solicitors
The Finance Act 2017, which came into law in the Republic of Ireland on 25 December 2017, introduced a significant change to stamp duty.
Dillon Eustace
The question of whether a lender can enforce a fixed charge security in respect of after acquired property has been addressed in the case of Anglo Irish Bank Corporation Limited...
Arthur Cox
FIDIC has long been the contract of choice for use on international construction and engineering projects, and is used in Ireland, notably on infrastructure and energy projects.
Mason Hayes & Curran
When it comes to rent reviews, there are a number of options which could give tenants greater certainty regarding the rent payable over the term of the lease.
Maples and Calder
Irish property law is essentially based on both legislation and common law.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Last year we experienced a strong recovery for the Irish construction industry and activity trends look set to maintain this positive momentum in 2017.
Arthur Cox
From 26 February 2018 onwards, the first of a number of proposed new measures aimed at combatting delays arising from Court challenges to Strategic Infrastructure Developments ...
Mason Hayes & Curran
We examine the factors influencing the housing crisis in Ireland and explore effective ways to address the problem in 2017.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In the recent case of Brandley & Ors v Deane & Ors, the Supreme Court provided some much-needed clarity on when the statutory time limit starts to run for property damage claims in negligence.
Mason Hayes & Curran
It is estimated that there are currently 10,442 student beds in operation in Dublin, catering for just 13.2% of the student population.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended provides for a special planning application process for strategic infrastructure development (SID).
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