Sale of a property – when to instruct your solicitor

There are always certain items that can hold up the sale of a property. A purchaser may be waiting on loan approval; selling their own property etc however what can be avoided or at least minimised is delay on the side of the vendor. The most common delays on the side of the vendor are: […]

Judicial Separation

JUDICIAL SEPARATION When parties cannot reach agreement as to the terms by which they will separate, then an application to court is required for a judicial separation. As is the case in all family law matters, a judicial separation case is heard in camera ( in private) and is brought in either the Circuit Court […]

Revised Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears

The Central Bank has today published the revised Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears which essentially sets out the framework for mortgage lenders/ banks in dealings with borrowers who are in arrears. See the link below for the Revised Code of Conduct: http://www.centralbank.ie/regulation/processes/consumer-protection-code/Documents/2013%20CCMA.pdf  

Personal Injuries *: Compensation for tripping / falling / slipping in a shop

Compensation for tripping / falling / slipping in a shop * To establish a personal injuries*  case and obtain compensation for a trip / fall / slip in a shop you must first of all prove that your personal injury* was caused by the negligence of the shop or an agent or employee of the […]