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When: Jul 8, 13
Where: Commercial law, Conveyancing, Mortgages, News, Uncategorized
Who: Staff
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Make hay while the sun shines

  A new tax break for Farmers Legislation enacted on the 6th June, 2013 allows for full relief from Capital Gains Tax for farmers restructuring their farmlands. The reality is that many Irish farms contain several separate, non-adjoining, portions of land. This makes farming the land more labour and time intensive and therefore less efficient. [&hellip...

When: May 16, 13
Where: Consumer Rights, Conveyancing, Uncategorized
Who: Staff
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Getting onto the property ladder? Here are our top ten tips

So, the time is right for you to make the big step onto that first rung of the property ladder.  Here are our top ten tips to help you on your way, once you’ve instructed your solicitor, of course! :- 1.       Engineer’s Report:- It has become commonplace for an auctioneer to require an engineer’s report to [&hellip...

Under pressure….can commercial tenants reduce their rent?

Many commercial tenants are under severe pressure to meet the rents payable under pre-recession leases, many of which contain the infamous upward only rent review clause.  So what can commercial tenants do? Arguably examinership is the ultimate bargaining chip with commercial landlords and can be an effective option in reducing rent payable under leases negotiated in the Celtic Tiger [&hellip...

When: Feb 20, 13
Where: Conveyancing, Current Affairs, Landlord and Tenant, News
Who: Staff
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New proposals to deal with anti-social tenants

Further to our earlier blogpost of 18th September, 2012 regarding new proposals for residential tenants’ deposits, it was reported yesterday that Minister of State for Housing Jan O’Sullivan is proposing to introduce an amendment to the Residential Tenancies Bill. The proposed amendment is intended to make it easier for homeowners or residents’ associations to register [&hellip...

Which licence is right for your restaurant?

Which licence is right for your restaurant?
In order to sell alcohol for consumption on or off your restaurant premises a liquor licence must be obtained.  At Kieran McCarthy & Co. we can advise you on the most cost-efficient option to suit your needs.  A brief overview of the various licensing options available are set out below for your information:- 1.       Wine [&hellip...
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