The operator of a boxing gym has secured a temporary High Court injunction requiring his landlord to let him back into his Dublin city centre based business. The injunction was granted in favour of Karl Bennett who runs the ‘Underdog Boxing’ gym and fitness business on the third and fourth floors of Greenside House, Cuffe
Germany: Property Company Hit With Millions In Fines – The Deutsche Wohnen Case 26 November 2019 Heuking Kuehn Lueer Wojtek PartGmbB 0 Liked this Article To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. On October 30, 2019 Berlin’s Data Protection Authority imposed a fine of 14.5 million Euros
A smart mid-terrace Dalkey three bed sits in a secluded 1990s scheme of just nine houses tucked away off Arkendale Road not far from Glenageary Dart Station. It was purchased as an investment property in 1999, but its owner has reluctantly decided to sell because he says it is no longer viable to continue to
A landlord who was previously in court for overcrowding a five-bedroom property with up to 70 people has been ordered to pay more than €22,000 in rent arrears and damages. Christian Carter – younger brother of Cocoa Brown founder Marissa Carter – was ordered by the Residential Tenancies Board to pay €16,000 in rent arrears
(LR) Linda Leslie, Freya Lees, Laurie Naumann KINGDOM Housing Association has announced the re-election of Freya Lees as Chair of the Association and the election of Linda Leslie and Laurie Naumann as Vice-Chairs as a year of celebrations for Kingdom’s 40th anniversary near a close. Freya has been a Board member with Kingdom since 2013,
Published 20 November 2019 Setanta Landers Tully Rinckey Ireland has announced the appointment of Setanta Landers as of counsel in the firm’s Dublin office. Mr Landers, who is dual-qualified to practice in Ireland and in England and Wales, will focus his practice on litigation, including matters related to planning law, tax law and technology law.
To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 (“The Act”) was signed into law earlier this year and has introduced a number of significant changes to the existing regulation of residential tenancies in Ireland. Introduced with the aim of conferring greater security
WITH RENTS AND HOUSE prices still climbing, Ireland’s housing crisis isn’t going away anytime soon. To find some answers, the country might need some new perspectives. “We believe that there is a tendency to assume that everybody’s ideal house is a three-bedroom semi (detached) with a front garden and back garden. Where actually preferences and