Category Archives: Property Law

Taylor Solicitors Cork: Proposed Bill to give Commercial Tenants the right to seek rent review

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It is a tough time to be in business and managing costs is crucial to survival. Ask any business owner about the costs of running their business and rent will feature as a significant expenditure. One of the key election … Continue reading

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Mortgage debt write-down a reality: Taylor Solicitors Cork

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Taylor Solicitors Cork: The official word coming from virtually all banks is there is no “debt forgiveness”… mortgages have to be repaid in full. But our experience at Taylor Solicitors Cork is that banks are open for negotiations. In the … Continue reading

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Pack your bags, we’re leaving! – Taylor Solicitors Cork

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Taylor Solicitors Cork: Ireland has experienced one of Europe’s most dramatic property crashes in the last few years. Hundreds of thousands of homeowners have been left saddled with properties that are in negative equity. But life goes on… couples that … Continue reading

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No Way, No Pay! – The Household Charge: Taylor Solicitors Cork

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  Taylor Solicitors Cork: It seems the people of Ireland have finally had enough of tax increases and cutbacks and are using the Household Charge as a way to voice their opposition to the many austerity measures dealt by the … Continue reading

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The Household Charge and Unfinished Estates : Taylor Solicitors Cork

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Taylor Solicitors Cork: Many people who bought property in Ireland in the last few years may have paid thousands in stamp duty charges, may be paying NPPR charges and are now wondering are they really liable for this most recent … Continue reading

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