Salon operator seeks orders to get back into business premises in rent row – Irish Examiner

A hair and beauty salon operator in dispute with her landlord over rent arrears has asked the High Court for orders temporarily allowing her back into her workplace. The action has been brought by Sinead Connolly, who has operated the Sin E Hair and Beauty Salon from Unit 2 at the Charlesland Shopping Centre in

Hair salon operator seeks order allowing return to workplace – The Irish Times

A hair and beauty salon operator in dispute with her landlord over rent arrears has asked the High Court for orders temporarily allowing her back into her workplace. Sinead Connolly has operated the Sin E Hair and Beauty Salon from Unit 2 at the Charlesland Shopping Centre in Greystones, Co Wicklow, for over a decade.

Hair and beauty salon operator seeks orders to get back into premises – BreakingNews.ie

A hair and beauty salon operator in dispute with her landlord over rent arrears has asked the High Court for orders temporarily allowing her back into her workplace. The action has been brought by Sinead Connolly, who has operated the Sin E Hair and Beauty Salon from Unit 2 at the Charlesland Shopping Centre in

'Freezing' al fresco drinkers and fed-up landlords call for pubs to be able to open indoor areas now – Daily Mail

Let us inside pubs NOW! ‘Freezing’ al fresco drinkers and fed-up landlords forced to shut due to miserable weather call on Boris to allow customers into bars before May 17 – as -2C cold snap will last all weekBank Holiday Monday was a washout as wet and windy weather battered UK due to 800-mile ‘weather

The cost of unity; An Post raises stamp prices: and sustainable ‘leather’ for fashion – The Irish Times

Reunification in Ireland would cause a financial shock in the Republic, requiring either a major hike in taxes or a significant reduction in public spending, according to economist John FitzGerald. Either way, there would be a drop in living standards. Eoin Burke-Kennedy was listening in as he appeared before the Oireachtas Committee on the Implementation

20 occupants could face jail unless they leave Dublin properties – BreakingNews.ie

A fund has brought a High Court application which could see up to 20 adult occupants of two Dublin properties being jailed unless they leave the properties as required by court orders made last November. Businessman Jerry Beades is the registered owner, but is not an occupant of the mortgaged properties at 31 Richmond Avenue

Up to 20 tenants could face jail unless they leave Dublin properties, court told – The Irish Times

A fund has brought a High Court application which could see up to 20 adult occupants of two Dublin properties being jailed unless they leave the properties as required by court orders made last November. Businessman Jerry Beades is the registered owner but is not an occupant of the mortgaged properties at 31 Richmond Avenue

Tenants face jail after refusing to leave rented homes – The Irish Times

An asset management company is seeking the imprisonment of 19 adults because they will not leave their rented homes in north Dublin. In a case due before the High Court on Tuesday, Pepper Finance will say the 12 households have no legal right to remain in the houses at 31 Richmond Avenue, Fairview, and 21

Rachel Rodgers: The pandemic has changed the world – or has it? – Irish Legal News

Published 30 April 2021 Rachel Rodgers Rachel Rodgers, partner at Walkers, considers the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on agreements between landlords and tenants. There is no doubt that as a consequence of the pandemic, the way we work and live has changed. Our attitudes, our priorities – they have all shifted slightly. They say

High Court appoints provisional liquidator for Joe Walsh Pilgrimtours – Independent.ie

The High Court has appointed provisional liquidators to Joe Walsh Pilgrimtours which provided group tours to places of pilgrimage. he company had for many years brought mainly elderly groups or Irish Catholics on package tours to Lourdes in France, Fatima in Portugal, Rome and Medjugorje in Bosnia. However, the court heard that its business was