Entries by D1ll0n_adm1n

Merry Christmas to you and yours

Thank you to all our clients for your business in 2020. We continue to work hard at improving our level of expertise and systems so that we are able to deliver a consistently high standard of service to you our valued clients. We welcome your feedback, both good and bad, and thank you to the […]

Making the Best of a Bad Situation

Making the Best of a Bad Situation   Due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, many businesses have been forced online to survive but what happens when moving online brings your business into potential conflict with your regulatory obligations?   The Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Acts 2010 & 2018, place a number of […]

Recent Landlord and Tenant discussion

  Recent Landlord and Tenant discusses balance of convenience test in granting of Injunction   In a recent case of Oysters Shuckers Limited -v- Architectural Manufacturing Support (EU) Limited and Wooi Heong Tan the High Court was asked to consider whether an injunction would be granted to prevent a Landlord taking possession of a property […]

Yes, but can you PROVE it?!

    Yes, but can you PROVE it?! The recent case of Promontoria -v- Burns [2020] IECA 87, a High Court matter appealed to the Court of Appeal, highlights the difficulties for third parties who buy loans issued by another lender. In this matter, Ulster Bank originally issued Summary Proceedings against Mr. Burns in 2013 […]

Recent High Court Relocation Case

  Recent High Court Relocation Case   In a recent judgment of Mr Justice Max Barrett he set out the circumstances which had to be considered for an application by one of the parties for a stay on the order of the Circuit Court Judge to direct the relocation of the children of the marriage […]

Recent High Court Decision on Bankruptcy -Delay at your peril!  

  Recent High Court Decision on Bankruptcy -Delay at your peril ! In a recent case involving the application to make a James and Grainne Farrell Bankrupt, the High Court made it very clear that it was up to the parties who  are the subject matter of the application to move with reasonable speed to […]

We are delighted to welcome to our team Solicitor Conor White

  We are delighted to welcome to our team Solicitor Conor White who joined us earlier this month. Conor qualified from NUIG with a Bachelor of Corporate (International) Degree. He went on to attend Edinburgh University and qualified with an LLM in Innovation Technology and the Law. He will be advising on the areas of […]

Court of Appeal: guidance on meaning of “Severe and Permanent”

    Court of Appeal gives guidance on meaning of  “Severe and Permanent”   In a recent decision of Ledig -v- O’Neill the Plaintiff was injured in an accident while on a motor bike in August 2015. His injuries which were primarily to the Scaphoid bone in the wrist involved surgery which left a 5cm […]

Delay could be the death of you!

  Delay could be the death of you!   In an interesting recent case where the deceased died intestate (without a Will) in 1987. The Plaintiff did not issue Proceedings until some 29 years later.   The Plaintiff issued Proceedings alleging misrepresentation by his siblings ,in relation to the administration of the Estate generally and […]

New Probate Process

  New Probate Process   The Revenue Commissioners have recently introduced a new format for what was previously known as the Inland Revenue Affidavit (CA24). The Inland Revenue Affidavit has been replaced by what is known as an SA2 form which now must be filed with the Revenue Commissioners online and a receipt obtained which […]