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PRS Landlords And Student Accommodation Providers: What You Need To Know About Recent Residential Tenancies Legislation
Potential developers, investors, funders and public and private student accommodation providers should be aware of the significant changes to residential landlord and tenant law effected by two recent Acts.
Ireland
31 Jul 2019
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Short-Term Lettings: The Long And The Short Of It
With the rise of Airbnb, the planning status of short term lettings has been under the spotlight in the last number of years.
Ireland
11 Jul 2019
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Government Proposes Significant Amendments To The Regulation Of Residential Tenancies And Student Accommodation
It has been a busy two weeks on the legislation front for the private rented sector with the designation of new rent pressure zones and the Minister's statement on the Government's
Ireland
23 Apr 2019
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Landlords And Tenants: How To Minimise The Risk Of A Dilapidations Dispute
Typically where a tenant is in breach of a covenant to repair, the landlord will serve a schedule of dilapidations requiring the tenant to carry out various works to the premises.
Ireland
2 Apr 2019
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Landlords: Options When Faced With A Statutory Tenancy Claim
When faced with a commercial tenant claiming that they have a statutory right to renew their tenancy, what options are available to a landlord?
Ireland
26 Oct 2018
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Key Takeaways From Our Recent Property & Litigation Seminar
Key takeaways from our Property & Litigation seminar on ground rent applications, negotiating BCAR clauses, the vacant site levy, statutory tenancies and dilapidation disputes.
Ireland
12 Jul 2018
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Commercial Licences - More Than You Bargained For?
If you grant a licence to use a commercial premises (or part of a commercial premises), you could be forgiven for thinking that this will prevent the user from successfully claiming tenancy rights.
Ireland
5 Sep 2016
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Are Your Discussions On A ‘Without Prejudice' Basis?
Discussions will be protected by without prejudice privilege where it is obvious that their purpose is to resolve a dispute, even if this is not expressly agreed between the parties.
Ireland
7 Jun 2016
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Links In The Chain: Recent Trends In Sub-Contracting
The case of "Leander Construction Ltd v Mulalley & Company Ltd [2011] EWHC 3449", heard before the Technology and Construction Court in the United Kingdom, recently considered the question as to whether a sub-contractor is under an implied obligation to a main contractor to proceed ‘regularly and diligently’ with the sub-contract works.
Ireland
27 Mar 2012
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Lease Guarantees And Their Enforcement
The downturn in the economy, has seen a dramatic increase in clients coming to us for advice on their rights and obligations under commercial leases and brought a renewed focus on lease guarantees.
Ireland
16 Dec 2011
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Insolvency Implications For Commercial Leases
It is symptomatic of the current financial climate that we are frequently asked to advise on a landlord’s remedies against the corporate tenant of an occupational lease in circumstances of the latter’s insolvency.
Ireland
14 Dec 2011
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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
A break option can generally be described as a right conferred upon a tenant to terminate its tenancy prior to the expiry of the term of a lease.
Ireland
26 May 2011
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Proposal To End Upwards Only Rent Review In Existing Leases
UORR have been a feature of the Irish commercial property market for decades. However the tide, and public policy toward UORR, began to turn with the advent of the global economic crisis in 2008.
Ireland
26 May 2011
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Retention Of Title: Taking Back What’s Yours?
A retention (or reservation) of title clause is a clause in an agreement whereby a party selling goods seeks to reserve to itself the title in those goods until certain conditions have been met by the buyer, usually payment.
Ireland
18 Mar 2011
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