Time is fast running out for the registration of rights of way arising from prescription-that is, by reason of long use. As the law stands… Read More »Rights of way and easements-time is running out with 30th November 2021 deadline looming
land and conveyancing law reform act 2009
The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 (‘the Act’) made significant changes to trust law in Ireland. This act replaces the Settled Land Acts… Read More »Trust law in Ireland-important changes arising from the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009
AIB granted a loan to Richard Finbarr Fitzgerald and the parties entered into a mortgage contract. The 1995 mortgage, registered in the Registry of Deeds,… Read More »Did Lease Granted by Borrower Prevent AIB From Securing Possession of D4 Property?
The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 may come to your rescue if there is a problem with the title to a property. Recitals… Read More »Problems arising with title to your property-statutory provision to the rescue?
In order for any contract to be enforceable you need 5 things: The parties must have the legal capacity to enter into a contract They… Read More »The Formation of the Contract in Purchase or Sale of a Property