According to Altman Weil’s 2018 Chief Legal Officer Survey, corporate legal departments are spending more on internal expenditures than on outside. I’ve have had the opportunity to spend the last year actively listening to our clients and have learned some invaluable lessons along the way.
View my recent FB live question and answer session with first-time buyers. It was great to receive so many different. Since doing this, I’ve put together a guide to buying property. Click on the button below to download it. Guide to Property Buying
When is the new law coming in to force? On May 25th 2018, GDPR will come in to force. It will oblige controllers of personal data to process the data lawfully, fairly and transparently. It will compel the controller to collect the data for a specified purpose, which must be communicated to the data subject […]
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 […]
After the Grant of Probate or Administration has issued, the LPR will be looking to collect and distribute the assets of the estate as soon as possible. However, a note of caution needs to be exercised by the LPR when a payment is being made from the estate to a non-resident beneficiary. An Irish resident LPR […]
What t Expect: To receive contracts quickly after you put down your booking deposit with the agent. The developer’s solicitor will usually have the contracts and title documents ready to issue . Frequently the solicitors require them to be signed and returned within 21 days of receipt. This is not always the case. Be sure […]