What is Conveyancing? Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of immovable property from one person to another * . Conveyancing is an umbrella term to describe all property transactions whether voluntary transfers between family members or purchases or sales of buildings, both commercial and residential or land. The title system is the same regardless […]
All causes of death will be listed on a death certificate. If a person has dementia at the death of death, it will be noted on the death certificate together with other causes of death. The original death certificate is lodged to the Probate Office when applying to administer an estate. If the deceased person […]
1. Locate your title deeds. If there is a mortgage on the property, the title deeds are with the lending institution. If there is no mortgage on the property, the deeds may be held in your solicitor’s office or at home. If you can’t locate your title deeds, don’t panic but inform your solicitor as soon […]
Selling When you are selling you house, your solicitor will ask you to provide your Local Property Tax details to see what band it is registered in and also to check if it’s paid .Revenue allow a certain difference or margin, (different for Dublin City and County) between the valuation band you registered the Local […]
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