Court grants temporary order against landlord to prevent Meath Montessori closure – The Irish Times

The operator of a Montessori school and a family entertainment centre has secured a temporary High Court order preventing its landlord from retaking possession of its premises. The order was secured by Fun2see Learning & Activity Centre Limited which operates the two businesses and employs 32 people, out of unit 21 Ashbourne Retail Park, in

Students charged €5.5k each up-front for accommodation in one popular Limerick district – Limerick Leader

IN A WEEK which saw thousands of students flock to Limerick for the start of the new academic year, a landlord has charged a number of students €5.5k each up-front for privately rented accommodation near UL campus. When broken down, the price of rent for said students is over €800 a month for a room with

Disability tops list of equality concerns for the IHREC – Law Society of Ireland Gazette

The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (IHREC) has launched its annual report 2018 to the Houses of the Oireachtas. The report indicates a significant increase in activity for the IHREC during its fourth full year of work as Ireland’s national human rights and equality body, which is directly accountable to the Oireachtas. There were significant

Alterations to apartment may have put tenants’ lives at risk, court hears – The Irish Times

The lives of tenants living in an apartment block may be at risk due to allegedly unauthorised alterations made to an apartment by their landlord, a judge has stated in the Circuit Civil Court. Judge Jacqueline Linnane said she had a feeling a two-bedroomed apartment had been changed by businessman and landlord Paul Howard into

Justice Mary Irvine has been appointed to the Supreme Court – Law Society of Ireland Gazette

Justice Mary Irvine has been appointed to the Supreme Court.  Solicitors John O’Leary and Patricia Harney and barrister Treasa Kelly have also been appointed to the District Court. Under section 17 of the Courts and Court Officers Act 1995 (as amended) procedures in respect of the Judicial Appointments Advisory Board do not apply where a