OFX Partners recommended in 2016 Edition of “The Legal 500”

Once again a number of OFX Partners have been recommended in…

Voidability of Fraudulent Transfers

There has been a recent increase in financial institutions and…

The effect of Property Charges on a Vendor

The effect of Property Charges on a Vendor Property taxes and…

Residential Lettings – Changes in Regulation

RESIDENTIAL LETTINGS – CHANGES IN REGULATION The Residential…

Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act, 2015

Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015 The Assisted Decision…

Workplace Relations Act, 2015

The Workplace Relations Act 2015 (the “Act”) has been in…

The Commercial Lease Database

The Property Services (Regulation) Act 2011 (“the Act”) saw…

Cork Dublin Chamber Dinner 2015

OFX were represented again at the 2015 Cork Chamber’s Dublin…

Building Control Regulations 2014 and 2015

The introduction of the new Building Control (Amendment) Regulations…

Proceeds of Sale Clause

[fusion_text]Proceeds of SaleThe Court of Appeal recently handed…

Announcement

OFX are delighted to announce the recent appointment of Judith Curtin to the firm. Prior to joining OFX, Judith worked as a Senior Commercial Lawyer in the Gas Networks Ireland business of Ervia. Judith has built up a wealth of experience in commercial contracts and outsourcing including procurement law, with a particular focus on IT contracts and data protection. Judith also advises on employment law and is a certified Adjudicator.

The Urban Regeneration and Housing Act 2015

The Urban Regeneration and Housing Act 2015 (the “2015 Act”) was passed on 28 July 2015 and commenced (with the exception of one section) on 1 September 2015. The intended purpose of the 2015 Act is, through penalties and incentives, to spur developers and landowners into developing land zoned for residential use and / or urban land identified by local authorities as needing regeneration.