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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: Apr 22, 13
Where: Family Law, Mortgages, Probate, Uncategorized, Wills
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Living happily ever after…… some legal considerations

Cohabitants are defined in the Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Co-Habitants Act, 2010 as two same sex or opposite sex adults who are living together in an intimate and committed relationship, not married to each other or in a registered civil partnership and not related.  Couples considering buying a property together will [&hellip...

Are you an “accidental investor”?

Are you an
Carol Tallon in an article ‘Accidental investors feel walls closing in’, (Sunday Business Post  10th February, 2013) makes some very valid points about homeowners who became unwitting property investors.  Back in the days when the banks were willing (and able) to lend it was common for homeowners to be encouraged to retain their starter homes.  In [&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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