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Mishaps With Dilaps – A Tenant's Guide To Dilapidations
A lease will generally place a positive obligation on a tenant to hand back or ‘yield up' vacant possession at the expiration of the term, having restored the property ...
Ireland
16 May 2018
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Supreme Court Decides On Entry Of ESB Onto Private Lands
The Supreme Court recently handed down a judgment on the legality of wayleave notices issued by ESB for entry onto private lands in order to perform upgrading works to an existing electricity line.
Ireland
16 May 2018
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Alternatives To Rent Reviews? How New Tenants Can Cope With Rising Rent
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.
Ireland
9 Mar 2018
4
€116 Billion Project Ireland 2040 Embraces Public Private Collaboration
By aligning the Irish State's much-needed infrastructure investment with a plan which guides public and private investment, Project Ireland 2040 aims to accomplish ten strategic outcomes.
Ireland
20 Feb 2018
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Contractor Insolvency – A Practical Guide For Employers
The consequences of contractor insolvency can have far-reaching implications beyond the parties to a construction contract.
Ireland
19 Feb 2018
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Planning Update: Launching Judicial Reviews For Strategic Infrastructure Developments
The Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended provides for a special planning application process for strategic infrastructure development (SID).
Ireland
8 Feb 2018
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2017 In Review – Focus On Housing
Looking back on the Irish real estate sector over the last 12 months, the main focus, without doubt, was housing.
Ireland
17 Jan 2018
8
Momentum Maintained In 2017
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.
Ireland
17 Jan 2018
9
The Irish Whiskey Industry And Licensing Distilleries
Irish whiskey distilleries have experienced tremendous growth in the last five years. By August 2017, the number of operational whiskey distilleries in Ireland had increased to 18 from just 4 in 2013.
Ireland
20 Nov 2017
10
Arbitration Agreements – Do They Apply To Third Parties?
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.
Ireland
15 Nov 2017
11
Data Centres In Ireland
Data centres are an increasingly prominent feature of Ireland's policy landscape, as well as its physical landscape.
Ireland
6 Nov 2017
12
Real Estate Update: Student Accommodation In Ireland – Four Tips For Investors
It is estimated that there are currently 10,442 student beds in operation in Dublin, catering for just 13.2% of the student population.
Ireland
3 Nov 2017
13
Student Accommodation In Ireland – Four Tips For Investors
It is estimated that there are currently 10,442 student beds in operation in Dublin, catering for just 13.2% of the student population.
Ireland
20 Oct 2017
14
Planning Update: Compulsory Purchase Orders And Local Authorities
Part V of the Housing Act, 1966 gives local authorities a general power of compulsory purchase.
Ireland
5 Oct 2017
15
The Impact Of The Construction Industry Register Ireland
It is anticipated that the Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) will be enacted in January 2018 by the General Scheme of the Building Control Bill 2017 (the Bill).
Ireland
3 Oct 2017
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Defeating Tenancy Renewal Requests By Reason Of Redevelopment
A recent English High Court decision, S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel, examined a landlord's intention to carry out substantial construction work to a premises and its ability to oppose its tenant's lease renewal.
Ireland
22 Sep 2017
17
Planning Issues In Energy Projects Relying On Section 5 Declarations
In O'Grianna & Ors. v An Bord Pleanแla [2014] IEHC 632 23, the High Court held that a project could not, for planning purposes, lawfully be split into two independent parts – the wind farm and the grid connection.
Ireland
15 Aug 2017
18
Preparing For A Hotel Sale – Share Sale Or Asset Sale? Part 1
A hotel deal may be structured as a share sale, with a buyer acquiring ownership of the company which owns the hotel, by purchasing all of the issued shares of the company.
Ireland
8 Aug 2017
19
Letters Of Intent – A Word Of Caution
The Irish courts have a history of incorporating certain terms into construction contracts.
Ireland
8 Aug 2017
20
Lis Pendens Procedure Needs Urgent Review
A lis pendens (the Latin term for "litigation pending") is a registered burden indicating that litigation is pending in relation to an interest or estate in certain property.
Ireland
28 Jun 2017
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