Now live: Irish Property Law Update No 97

Issue 97 of our Irish Property Law Update is now live for online subscribers. Irish Property Law Update is a monthly update of Irish property law developments written by Professor John Wylie, exclusively for subscribers of the Bloomsbury Professional Irish Property Law Service. Each update contains commentary on. Read more

Irish Property Law Update - January 2020

Issue 94 of our Irish Property Law Update is now live for subscribers to our online services. In this month's update, Professor John Wylie examines recent developments across 12 different areas of property law and practice. An excerpt from the section on equity reads: Read more
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Irish Property Law Update - Issue 93

The December edition of our Irish Property Law Update contains a comprehensive overview of recent case law relating to the enforcement of security, as well as covering a wide range of other issues. Follow the link below for a free trial of our online services. An excerpt from this section reads: Read more
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Irish Property Law Update - Issue 92

The November edition of our Irish Property Law Update by Professor John Wylie is now live for our online subscribers. This issue contains updates on 10 different practice areas, from co-ownership to surrender and merger. An excerpt from the section on contract formation reads: Read more
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Irish Property Law Update - Issue 91

Issue 91 of Professor John Wylie's Irish Property Law Update is now live for our online subscribers. This update contains expert analysis on a wide range of issues affecting conveyancing practitioners in Ireland, from the drafting and construction of deeds through to the position of parties under mortgages. Read more
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Housing crisis: Would a system of vacant property receivership work in Ireland?

On Monday 1 July, new amendments to the Planning and Development Act 2000 which aim to curb short-term lettings facilitated by companies like Airbnb, came into force. While these changes are indeed a welcome step forward in tackling the housing crisis, the issue of vacant properties has yet to be solved. Read more
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Property Law Update - Issue 89

The latest issue of our Property Law Update is now live for online subscribers. Authored by J.C.W. Wylie, this month's update covers all aspects of conveyancing practice Ireland, including: Contents of the contract; easements, profits and rentcharges; enforcement of security; form and content of deeds and much more.. Read more
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Text of Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 published

Signed into law on May 31, the Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 introduces a raft of new changes. Some of these became effective on 4 June 2019, with others coming into effect on a staggered basis over the coming months.  Read more
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Irish Conveyancing Precedents - Issue 79

Issue 79 of Irish Conveyancing Precedents has just been added to our Irish Property Law service. Containing new case law as well as revised co-ownership agreements, this issue is now live for online subscribers. Read more
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Irish Property Law Update - March 2019

Issue 87 of the Irish Property Law Update is now live for subscribers to our online services. In this issue, J.C.W. Wylie offers concise and erudite analysis on recent developments in the law of real property in Ireland, including: conditions of sale, surrender and merger and mortgages. Read more
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