reform Archive

Rip up sale agreed?

Hunters Estate Agents have changed which properties they take on to sell.

Struggling to conveyance

Ireland's conveyancing process needs to change.

Reforms in Irish property law

Solicitor PAT IGOE discusses the key reforms of property law. Landmark changes in Irish property law are not just a matter for solicitors. They affect vendors and purchasers, and estate agents. The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act of 2009 may sound long-winded and boring. But it is

CAPping land: effects of CAP on the Irish agricultural land market

On June 26, 2013, the European Commission, EU Council of Ministers and European Parliament reached a political agreement on the new “multi-year financial framework budget”. This will run from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2020. This article examines the main elements of this agreement that may be relevant for rural practice