Renters can sue landlords over cold and mouldy homes from next month – The Sun

MORE renters than ever before will be able to take their landlords to court over problems including cold and damp homes from next month. Around 1.4 million people are currently living in poor quality properties, according to latest figures from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. 1 Mould in the home should be

In review: real estate investment in Ireland – Lexology

An extract from The Real Estate Law Review, 9th Edition Foreign investment There are no direct restrictions on foreign ownership of Irish real estate. On condition that the investor or purchaser is not on a UN or EU sanctions list and all anti-money laundering requirements have been met, non-Irish investors can own property in Ireland.

'Cramped conditions': USI criticises student twin rooms – RTE.ie

The University of Limerick has been criticised for a proposal for on-campus accommodation that includes the provision of twin rooms that were originally single occupancy rooms. The president of the Union of Students in Ireland has said it is impossible to see how students would live or study in the conditions proposed by UL management. The

15 tenants given month to move out of home in leafy south Dublin – Independent.ie

Up to 15 tenants renting a Dublin house at the centre of a dispute between a vulture fund and the owners have been given a month to move out. he property is in an affluent part of south Dublin where family homes regularly sell for more than €1m. The tenants, from Brazil, have been renting