Property Law

Property Law

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors have extensive experience in all areas of Property Law. At all times you will be dealing with a fully qualified solicitor with no delegation to a junior member of the team to complete.

Our Susan Cosgrove, Solicitor, previously headed up Commercial and Residential Property Law departments prior to setting up in practice and provides strong expertise and a wide range of knowledge of all property law and conveyancing matters. She is a member of the DSBA (Dublin Solicitors Bar Association) Conveyancing committee. Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors were also finalists in the Property Law firm/ Property Lawyer of the Year category in the Irish Law Awards 2013.

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Commercial Property

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors have extensive experience and an in-depth knowledge of the complexities involved in relation to all aspects of commercial property law.

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Residential Property

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors have extensive experience in all areas of Residential Property and Conveyancing acting both both private individuals, investors, financial institutions and private companies.

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Landlord & Tenant

Landlord & Tenant Law is an extremely complex area. When entering a lease both the landlord and the tenant need to be fully advised of the rights and obligations being created.

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recent publications:
Ebook - The Property Insiders guide to the Legal Process

The Property Insider's Guide to the Legal Process: How to Work Efficiently with Your Solicitor - by Susan Cosgrove & Carol Tallon

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Property Tax in Ireland

The one thing that is certain is that we will have to pay property tax in Ireland within the next 12 months.

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Sale of a Property in Ireland

There are two ways to sell a property in Ireland – Private Treaty or by Auction. Your Auctioneer will advise you on which method is best suited to your property.

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Local Property Tax

The Local Property Tax (LPT) comes into effect on the 1 July 2013. There will be a half year charge for 2013 and a full charge from 2014 onwards.

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Update: Property Tax Valuations

The Revenue will decide on the value of properties in relation to the property tax and will shortly be issuing notices to tell homeowners of the “indicative value” that they place on the home.

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BER CERTIFICATES – NEW REGULATIONS ON ADVERTISING

From the 9th January 2013, a person offering a property for sale or for rent must display the energy performance indicator of their current BER Certificate in any advertisement of the property for sale or to let. Under the relevant legislation ( S.I. 243 of 2012) this requirement relates to all marketking material including newspapers, magazines, brochures, leaflets, signs, television, radio and the internet and furthermore relate to advertisements placed privately or through an agent.

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Guide to buying a property in Ireland

Guide to buying a property in Ireland

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Court update: Planning permission | Unauthorised Structure

A decision by the High Court to overturn an order made by Wicklow County Council to demolish a premises built without planning permission has been met with some interest .

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Article featuring Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors – Irish Independent 7th June 2013

Article in todays Irish Independent regarding planning permission and neighbours consent.

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Are you looking to buy at Auction?

The next Allsop Auction will take place on the 4th July 2013 which contains a wide range of auction properties both residential apartments and houses to mixed use and commercial properties.

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Planning issues – buying a property in Ireland

Recently we have come across a large number of properties with what Conveyancing Solicitors would call “Planning Issues”.

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Conveyancing: Acting for both vendor and purchaser

Solicitors are prohibited from acting for both a vendor and a purchaser in a conveyancing transaction by law since the 1st January 2013 save for a few limited circumstances. Therefore , even where there is a voluntary transfer of property between family members, separate solicitors must be obtained.

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Sale of a property – when to instruct your solicitor

There are always certain items that can hold up the sale of a property. A purchaser may be waiting on loan approval; selling their own property etc however what can be avoided or at least minimised is delay on the side of the vendor.

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Bank of Ireland Stamp Duty Refund

Bank of Ireland have announced a new incentive for first time buyers. They are offering 1% of your mortgage amount to cover stamp duty for First time buyers (who plan to live in the property) on mortgages drawndown between the 2nd April and the 30th September 2014. Therefore those who already have loan offers issued but have not yet drawndown funds are still eligible.

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Irish Law Awards 2014

‍Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors are delighted to announce they have been shortlisted as finalists in the Irish Law Awards 2014 in two categories

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Conveyancing fees

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors provide a fixed fee but it is not cut price. We balance the equation between being competitive and providing a full and proper service.

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Buying an apartment in Ireland

Buying an apartment in Ireland is not the same as buying a house in Ireland. For a start there is generally a complex legal structure in an apartment development which apartment owners need to understand.

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Article Irish Independent featuring Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors Friday 29th June 2012

Article Irish Independent featuring Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors Friday 29th June 2012

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For further information please contact Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors by calling 01 6139191, by emailing us at info@cgsolicitors.ie or by filling out our online contact form. Your enquiry will be forwarded to a solicitor who specialises in Property Law & Conveyancing.

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Media, Entertainment & Sports Law

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors provide a full service to clients both individuals and companies in relation to all areas of Media & entertainment law and sports law.

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Road Traffic Accidents*

If you were involved in an accident*, within the last two years and suffered an injury you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.

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If you have fallen, tripped or slipped as a result of a hazard or dangerous situation created by another and as a consequence have suffered an injury*, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.

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