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Lenders To Be Cognisant Of The Local Government Rates And Other Matters Act, 2019
The primary propose of the Local Government Rates and Other Matters Act, 2019.
Ireland
24 Sep 2019
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Restrictions On Short Term Letting Coming Into Force
The Act was signed into law on 24 May 2019 after a request for early signature was made to the President.
Ireland
28 Jun 2019
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Position Of Landlord Pending Completion Of Registration Of Title – Supreme Court Decision (15th May 2015)
In Camiveo Limited v Dunnes Stores, the Supreme Court, confirming earlier judicial precedent, held that notwithstanding the obligation of first registration...
Ireland
30 Jul 2015
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Upwards Only Rent Review Upheld
The lease was for a term of 35 years entered into on the 22nd September, 1987.
Ireland
14 Jul 2014
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Budget 2012 – Summary Of Changes Affecting The Property Market
The changes introduced by the recent budget should have a positive impact on the property market in Ireland.
Ireland
2 Feb 2012
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Interpretation Of Consent To Alienate Revisited
This article proposes to review the judgment of the recent Supreme Court case of "Denis Meagher and Miriam Meagher v Luke J.Healy Pharmacy Limited" (the "Supreme Court case").
Ireland
26 Apr 2011
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Repudiation And Disclaimer Of Leases In Examinership And Liquidation
The recent unprecedented economic downturn has resulted in many companies suffering substantial loss of business revenue due to a lack of demand for their products and services.
Ireland
26 Apr 2011
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Alienation Of A Leasehold Interest: Landlord And Tenant Perspectives
The current economic downturn, which is anticipated will continue for sometime, has created tension between landlords and tenants of commercial premises.
Ireland
29 Oct 2009
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Leased Business Premises – The Right To Renew A Tenancy
The Landlord and Tenant Act governs the relationship between landlords and tenants of business premises and in particular, provides for a number of statutory reliefs for tenants, notably the right of a tenant to renew his or her lease. This article outlines the evolution of the laws governing a commercial tenant's rights of renewal and identifies the changes made by Section 47 of the 2008 Act.
Ireland
2 Mar 2009
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The Law In Relation To Forfeiture
Landlords often experience difficulties with a tenant during the term of a lease. Such difficulties can arise as a result of breach of a covenant or condition in a lease, such as failure to pay rent or to keep the property in good repair.
Ireland
30 May 2008
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The Law On Easements
Prescription is the method by which the law gives legal recognition to the existence of an easement which has been enjoyed over a long period as if it had been created initially by a formal grant.
Ireland
30 May 2008
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Security Of Tenure In Commercial And Residential Tenancies
A commercial or residential tenant will look to the Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act 1980 (the "1980 Act") and the Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act 1994 in asserting his or her rights to renew an existing lease.
Ireland
29 May 2008
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Taking Security On Commercial Properties
The purpose of a bank or other lending institution taking security over commercial property is to ensure a quicker and more assured payout in the event that a borrower company goes into receivership, examinership or liquidation.
Ireland
29 May 2008
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Landlord And Tenant Procedures And Remedies
This update examines the procedures open to landlords facing difficulties where (i) tenants remain in possession beyond the expiration of the stated term of the lease, or (ii) the landlord wishes to terminate the tenancy prior to expiration of the stated term.
Ireland
22 May 2008
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