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Recent Decision on Adverse Possession Serves as a Warning to Property Owners

A recent Circuit Court decision in a case involving adverse possession (sometimes referred to as ‘squatter’s rights’), serves as a warning to owners of real property (that is, owners of land and / or buildings) in highlighting how the failure of such a property owner to maintain or assert its ownership of property, can result in the loss of that property.

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Landlords, Get Your House in Order!

Landlords, Get Your House in Order! New standards for rented residential accommodation came into effect on 1st July 2017 with the introduction of the Housing (Standards for Rented Houses) Regulations 2017. The Regulations will impose increased obligations on landlords with regard to their rental properties.

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Imposing retirement deemed to be discrimination

In a recent case before the Workplace Relations Commission, A Bookkeeper v A Retail Business (ADJ-5391), the Adjudication Officer held that the imposition of a mandatory retirement age without a contractual basis constituted an unlawful discriminatory termination.

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