During the works on Main Street and Market Square, Roscommon it is not possible for vehicles to enter Market Square. We are extremely fortunate to have ample parking at the rear of our office.
Many self-employed people have self-administered pensions set up through various Banks or Trustee Companies. It is still open to the owners of these Self-Administered Pension Schemes to use the pension funds to purchase properties.
The need for creating an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) has become an important topic of conversation for many people, particularly those who are elderly and those suffering from a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s.
The High Court last week has thrown a significant lifeline to businesses, and in particular pubs, hotels and restaurants, which have been affected by the requirement to close, or partially close, during the Covid lockdown and whose businesses have been devasted.
The Government published a Code of Conduct to promote and try and maintain good relations between Landlords and Tenants as they seek to survive the economic consequences of the pandemic.
Notice to clients of Authorisation of Mahon Sweeney Solicitors to operate as an LLP (Limited Liability Partnership) S.I. No. 519/2019 – Legal Services Regulation Act, 2015 (Limited Liability Partnerships) (Section 130) Regulations 2019. Under the Legal Services...
We remain open and committed to delivering the advice and service you need from us during the current outbreak.
The Supreme Court in a recent case of Barry McKelvey v Irish Rail has clarified the law in this complex area of whether to allow an employee to be legally represented.
The Supreme Court has recently imposed personal liability on a Company Director for €750,000 in legal costs arising from proceedings brought by his Company.
We are very proud to announce that in June 2019 we were nominated for two Awards in the Annual Irish Law Awards. We have been nominated in the “Law Firm of the Year” Category and in the “Excellence & Innovation in Client Services” Category, both for...
The Local Authority or An Bord Pleanala have the power to acquire property compulsorily by way of a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO).
Under the Urban Regeneration and Housing Act 2015 (“the Act”) all Planning Authorities are required to introduce and maintain a Register of vacant sites within their boundaries.