What follows is an overview of certain considerations which clients may want to bear in mind in the current environment as they steer their businesses through these unchartered waters.
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The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 ("The Act") was signed into law earlier this year and has introduced a number of significant changes to the existing regulation of residential
Ireland published Finance Bill 2019 on 17 October 2019. The Bill includes provisions to implement previously announced changes to Ireland's transfer pricing regime and the introduction of ...
In this chapter, Diarmuid Mawe and Craig Kenny analyse the real estate market in Ireland and provide legal commentary on the key issues for businesses involved in the real estate sector.
For a long time, the Irish have had a deep-rooted need to own their homes, unlike our neighbours in many parts of Europe.
Two high profile decisions from local Irish planning authorities and An Bord Pleanala (The Planning Board) in relation to the permitted use
of properties highlight the importance of completing planning due diligence prior to entering into a lease agreement.
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to real estate laws and regulations that may occur in the Ireland.
Stamp duty for commercial property was increased from 2% to 6% last year for Budget 2018 however this does not appear to have had a significant impact on investment in commercial property ...
Since 1 January 2017, Local Authorities have been registering vacant sites that fall under the definition of "residential land" or "regeneration land" as set out in the Urban Regeneration and Housing Act 2015 ("2015 Act").
Irish law was historically based on old legislation which predates the establishment of the Irish State in 1922, such as the Conveyancing Acts, 1881–1911 and the Settled Land Acts, 1882–1890.
Our July 2018 briefing set out some key points for consideration by property owners on receipt of a vacant site notice from a planning authority.
The Irish Minister for Finance presented Budget 2019 to the Dáil, the Irish Parliament, on 9 October 2019.
The main source of real estate law is statute, with the key
legislative provisions set out in the Land and Conveyancing
Law Reform Act 2009 (the "2009 Act")...
Key takeaways from our Property & Litigation seminar on ground rent applications, negotiating BCAR clauses, the vacant site levy, statutory tenancies and dilapidation disputes.
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The decision in Honahan & anor v McInerney Construction Limited & ors  IEHC 311 concerned the engagement by the plaintiffs of a number of parties for the purchase of a site...
Arthur Cox is acting in the first judicial review proceedings entered into the High Court's new Strategic Infrastructure Development List.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
The Irish Supreme Court has greatly reduced a High Court order against law firm, LK Shields, to pay their former client, Rosbeg Partners,
The Finance Act 2017, which came into law in the Republic of Ireland on 25 December 2017, introduced a significant change to stamp duty.
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...
The Irish Finance Act 2017 ("FA 2017") was signed into law by the Irish President on 25 December 2017. It introduces a number of important changes and enhancements to Irish tax law.