Entries by Carol

Voidability of Fraudulent Transfers

There has been a recent increase in financial institutions and other creditors issuing High Court proceedings to have ostensibly fraudulent property transactions set aside.  Such proceedings are issued in an effort to seek recourse against the property in question in order to to satisfy judgment debts, often in circumstances where the debtor / transferor has […]

The effect of Property Charges on a Vendor

The effect of Property Charges on a Vendor Property taxes and charges have been a contentious issue in recent years and matters are complicated further when you are trying to sell a residential property. When selling a residential property a vendor will be obliged to provide a purchaser with receipts as evidence of payment of […]

Residential Lettings – Changes in Regulation

RESIDENTIAL LETTINGS – CHANGES IN REGULATION The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2015 (the “Act”) was signed into law on 4th December 2015 in response to increasing pressure on the Government to further regulate the rental housing sector. There are a number of provisions contained within the Act which have not been commenced as yet (to […]