Lost Title Deeds – 2024

Sometimes, when a person tries to sell a property, it transpires that some or all of the title deeds cannot be found. This can lead to extensive delays while searches are made for the originals. Your solicitor can reconstitute the lost title deeds. It just takes time. In cases where a title deed is registered … Read more

Changes to Commercial Rates 

2024 Updates to Commercial Rates in Ireland | McGrath Mullan Law Notes re Commercial Rates Changes have been introduced to commercial rates which will affect all vendors and purchasers, landlords and tenants in commercial premises. Since 1st January, the ‘liable person’ is the occupier or person entitled to occupy (the owner where the building is vacant).  There … Read more

The steps in a conveyance (Vendor)

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one party to another. In Ireland, this process can be complex and involves several key steps for the vendor, who is the party selling the property. Understanding these steps is crucial to ensure a smooth and legally compliant property transaction. Here are the key steps … Read more

STAMP DUTY INCENTIVES on Residential Property – proposed and existing

RTE News reports recently that new regulations which would allow vacant and derelict pubs to be turned into homes, without the requirement for planning permission, will come before the Oireachtas at the beginning of next month, February 2022. Minister for Housing, Darragh O’Brien, has also said a new grant will be announced shortly for first-time … Read more