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Sale of Farmland in Ireland

Buying or selling a farm can be a stressful and complicated process. Often the emotional attachment someone has to a family farm is a huge hurdle to overcome. A good solicitor will realise the depth of emotions involved and their priority should be to ensure that the whole process is...

Product Liability in Ireland

The Act governing defective products in Ireland is known as the Liability of Defective Products Act 1991. The powerful Act introduced a strict liability regime for defective products, which is very good news for consumers in Ireland who may have suffered damage or loss due to defective products, through no...

Occupiers Liability in Ireland

If you own or lease a property in Ireland, you have a duty of care to people who visit your property. If a person suffers an accident on your property through the dangerous or defective condition of your premises, the visitor could be liable for compensation, if it is proven...

Medical Negligence Claims Soar

The State Claim Agency reported that at the end of 2012 they had received 1,792 claims against public hospitals and other HSE facilities. The figure soared to 3,061 claims in 2013. In 2012 the majority of claims were in regards surgical procedures whereas the lowest number of claims was in...

Motorbike Accidents in Ireland

The Road Safety Authority found that motorbikes account for over 5% of collisions on Irish roads, whilst less that 2% of all licensed vehicles in Ireland are motorbikes. There are three licensing categories for motorcycles under new regulations;  A category ’ A’ license allows you to drive a motorbike with...

Conveyancing Explained

What is conveyancing? Conveyancing involves the transfer of legal title when one is buying or selling a property. This involves an exchange of contracts between the buyer and the seller of a property. The two pivotal moments in the conveyancing process is the exchange of contracts and completion (this is...

Personal Injury in Ireland

Unfortunately, many Irish people are injured every day through no fault of their own and this may entitle them to personal injury compensation. The most common types of accidents in Ireland are motorbike accidents, motor vehicle accidents, public liability accidents and medical negligence. Over 80% of personal injury cases are...