Residential Property

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 in relation to:

Property Sales

Property Purchase

Property Remortgages & Restructuring

Co – ownership agreements

Planning Permission

Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPO’s)

Title Deeds review

Property disputes

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recent publications:
5 steps to speed up the sale of your property in Ireland

If you want to sell your house quickly, there are a number of items you can prepare, prior to going sale agreed, which will speed matters up substantially.

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Article in the Irish Independent featuring Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors 14th September 2012

Article featuring Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors 14th September 2012

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Conveyancing

The term Conveyancing is a legal term used to describe the transfer of legal title/ ownership of property from one person to another. In other words Conveyancing is the purchase and sale of a property.

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For further information on Residential Property  / Conveyancing please contact Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors by calling 01 2340044, 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 and Conveyancing.

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Commercial Litigation

From time to time our commercial clients inevitably become embroiled in disputes relating to their business affairs.

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Trusts

Trusts are an effective way method to protect assets or beneficiaries depending on your requirements. Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors work in conjunction with tax consultants to provide you with detailed advice on what is a complex area of law.

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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.

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