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    The Consequences of Letting your Property when you have Emigrated

    In the past number of years an increasing number of homeowners have left the country and many have opted to let their home whilst abroad. The homeowner may have appointed a Letting Agent to manage the property and thought that this would be sufficient to deal with all matters affecting the property, but this may […]

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    Steps for Purchasing Property at Auction

    Before the Auction Consult your solicitor. Your solicitor will contact the Seller’s Solicitor and they will examine the legal documentation relevant to the property that you are purchasing. This is a crucial stage in the purchasing process as it will allow your solicitor to uncover any potential issues with the title of the property and […]

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    New Rules For Parents Gifting Property To Their Children

    Since Christmas the rules governing the tax payable when parents gift property to their children have become more stringent. The Dwelling House Exemption” has had its application reduced significantly. Revenue has lauded the move estimating that it has lost up to 18.76 million euro in the years 2011-2015 resulting from the broad scope of the […]

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    A New Approach to Construction Contracts

    The Construction Contracts Act 2013 (The Act) applies to most types of construction contracts entered into after the 25th July 2016. Most notably the Act applies to Construction Contracts for works or advices relating to Construction, Alteration, Repair, Scaffolding and Painting. Some of the contracts that the Act does not apply occur where the contract […]

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