It is of vital importance that a purchaser of a second-hand property, ensure that they instruct a suitably qualified Engineer/Architect to carry out a structural survey report. You may have come across the old Latin phrase “Caveat Emptor” which translates to “Let the Buyer Beware” or more loosely put “buy at your own risk”. When … Read more

How to file a Personal Injury Claim

The Steps Involved in Taking a Personal Injury Claim Lodging Your Claim When lodging a Personal Injury claim it is important to remember that it takes time and is a lengthy process. If you have suffered from an injury, you have two years from the date of the accident to lodge a claim. The majority … Read more

High Court win for McGrath Mullan LLP dismissing action for delay

Our firm has successfully secured the dismissal of High Court Proceedings for want of prosecution on the basis of inordinate and inexcusable delay. Our firm brought the application on behalf of our client, to have the plaintiff’s proceedings dismissed for want of prosecution in circumstances where due to the passage of time, our client would … Read more

Incentives for First Time Buyers and Eligible Home Buyers

The First Home Scheme (FHS) was recently introduced by the Government to assist first-time buyers who want to purchase a newly constructed property and are having difficulties in securing the full purchase price from their mortgage and deposit. In addition to first Time Buyers, the scheme also allows for people who have separated or divorced, … Read more