Coming into the final months of 2020, we are delighted to share our list of upcoming titles. In the next months we will be publishing a range of fantastic titles, in a variety of areas including well-established key titles such as Wylie on Irish Land Law and Charleton and McDermott’s Criminal Law and Evidence.
Here we will be spotlighting nine of these great titles. They are all available to pre-order now. If you have any questions about these or any of our titles, you can find us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Banking and Security Law in Ireland
by William Johnston
This long-awaited new edition provides a comprehensive update on the many changes in the 22 years since its first publication. It includes updated case law and legislation (including the new Companies Act) governing the relationship of banker and customer, bank confidentiality, facility letters, payment demands, appointment of receivers and the avoidance of guarantees and security including undue influence case law are also covered in detail.
Please note: The accompanying title Consumer and SME Credit Law in Ireland will be published in the coming months. It can be pre-ordered now at the following link here.
Irish Capital Gains Tax 2020
by Tom Maguire
Irish Capital Gains Tax provides in-depth analysis and interpretation of the law as it is applied to CGT by the Irish and UK courts as well as in Appeal Commissioners' decisions. This new edition has been updated to take account of the Finance Act 2019, which includes significant amendments in relation to the Tax Consolidation Act 1997 including exit tax, transfer pricing, and hybrid entities and instruments.
by J C W Wylie
joins with Prof Wylie's other extensive work to cement Wylie's place as one the most esteemed authors in Irish property law. This new edition incorporates developments in case law, and to new legislation, such as the Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Acts 2015, 2016 and 2019; Personal Insolvency (Amendment) Act 2015 and Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2019.
Evidence in Criminal Trials
by Liz Heffernan
The principal objective of Evidence in Criminal Trials, 2nd edn, is to update the analysis of Irish law and policy on criminal evidence. In the five years since the first edition judicial decisions have been handed down in each of areas covered in the book. Along with these updates, this 2nd edition contains a new chapter on the subject of European Criminal Evidence. The central focus is on the Mutual Legal Assistance Act 2008 which provides the framework for the taking of evidence located abroad.
Charleton & McDermott's Criminal Law and Evidence
by Peter Charleton, Paul A McDermott, Ciara Herlihy and Stephen Byrne
From the various elements of liability and participation, to specific offences such as homicide and sexual offences, this key book has been fully updated to the most recent legislative and case law developments.
It includes, amongst many important features, a detailed treatment of the defences that may be raised, and will prove invaluable to barristers, solicitors and legal students alike.
Wills - Irish Precedents and Drafting
by Brian Spierin
Primarily a practical precedent book, but containing much more than just precedents, this book will prove invaluable to all legal practitioners specialising in probate and succession law. Included in the third edition:
-Impact of the Divorce Reform
-Prevention of Benefit from Homicide - Law Reform Commission Report 114-2015
-Wills that deal with digital assets.
by Michael Forde
An essential tool for law practitioners, now comprehensively updated, this 4th edition covers consumer law initiatives based on EU Directives, plus significant commercial case law. It outlines the emergence of and variety in regulation regimes and deals with insolvency rules in Ireland as well as the credit union sector. Since the last edition published in 2005 now includes the vast amount of case law in Ireland and the EU as well as relevant case law in the UK and Canada.
Byrne and McCutcheon on the Irish Legal System
by Raymond Byrne, Paul McCutcheon, Laura Cahillane and Emma Roche-Cagney
Provides an excellent introduction to the legal system in Ireland, this edition includes, among many updates the fundamental reform of the legal profession under the Legal Services Regulation Act 2015, the establishment of the Judicial Council under the Judicial Council Act 2019 and the effect of the establishment of the Court of Appeal in 2014.
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