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November 14, 2019

Irish Property Law Update

The latest issue of Irish Property Law Update is now live for subscribers to Irish Property Law.

November 12, 2019

Irish Employment Law Update

The latest issue of Irish Employment Law Update is now live for subscribers to Irish Employment Law.

November 11, 2019

Irish Conveyancing Precedents

Issue 81 of Irish Conveyancing Precedents is now live for subscribers to Irish Property Law.

November 11, 2019

Tax on pension savings: Not what the doctor ordered

One of the many tax stories to stir strong feelings in recent months is the high marginal tax rates borne by higher-paid public servants whose pension contributions exceed their annual allowance. In the case of higher-paid NHS staff, mainly consultants, some are even retiring early or going part-time because it is costing them money to work extra. This has knock-on effects in the wider NHS with delays and cancellations to surgery.

November 8, 2019

Murdoch's TOTW: Standing Orders

On Wednesday 6 November, the High Court refused to grant an injunction sought by People Before Profit TDs which would force a change to Dáil procedures, citing concerns over the separation of powers. This week’s TOTW examines ‘standing orders’, the idea that Houses of the Oireachtas should have the power to make their own rules.

November 8, 2019

Family Court Reports

The latest update to Family Court Reports is now live for subscribers. This update includes: E (through her children’s guardian) & Anor v a mother & anor, [2019] 3 FCR 417; Re F (a child) (fact-finding appeal), [2019] 3 FCR 435; Gladwell v Gladwell, [2019] 3 FCR 461; RJ v Tigipko (nos 1 and 2), [2019] 3 FCR 470; RJ v Tigipko & Ors (no 3), [2019] 3 FCR 496; Timokhina v Timokhin, [2019] 3 FCR 503

November 7, 2019

Fraudulent misrepresentation concerning completion of resort by controller of construction companies

Supreme Court dismisses appeal from High Court, and affirms determination that the director and controller of a group of construction companies was guilty of fraudulent misrepresentation and deceit concerning a resort development in St Vincent and the Grenadines, in that, from the middle of 2009 he continued to represent to the developer that the development would be complete by July 2010 and unlawfully paid money to himself from the companies' accounts, on the grounds that there was substantial evidence upon which the trial judge could make his findings.

November 6, 2019

Corporation Tax 2019/20

The September Update of Corporation Tax 2019/20 is now live for subscribers to UK Tax.

November 6, 2019

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing

The November issue of the Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing is now live for subscribers to Family Law.

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