News for September, 2022

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September 29, 2022

Europe Warns Ireland Over Peat Cutting Measures

The European Commission has warned that it may take Ireland to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) if it does not act to stop the cutting of peat in Special Areas of Conservation (SACs).

September 29, 2022

Making Tax Digital Tracker September 2022

The latest update to Making Tax Digital Tracker is now live for subscribers.

September 28, 2022

Bloomsbury Cyber Law Briefing September 2022

The September issue of the Bloomsbury Cyber Law Briefing is now available for subscribers.

September 28, 2022

New Episode of Obiter Dicta: Michael Boylan on Medical Negligence

The latest episode of Obiter Dicta, Bloomsbury Professional Ireland's podcast is now out and features solicitor and author Michael Boylan.

September 28, 2022

Busy Practitioner September 2022

A new version of Busy Practitioner is now live for subscribers

September 28, 2022

Medical Negligence Litigation by Michael Boylan Now Live on Bloomsbury Professional Online

The new title Medical Negligence Litigation by Michael Boylan is now available to subscribers of Irish Medical Law.

September 26, 2022

September Issue of Irish Banking and Finance Update Now Live

The September issue of Irish Banking and Finance Law Update is now live for subscribers of the service.

September 26, 2022

Tenant in Arrears Restrained from Dissipating Inheritance below Amount Owed

Hamilton v Private Residential Tenancies Board [2022] IEHC 517 (High Court (General), Hyland J, 27 July 2022)

The High Court in determining two motions in an appeal against decision of the Private Residential Tenancies Board ordered tenant to pay arrears of rent: (a) refused to make any order on Private Residential Tenancies Board’s motion seeking to compel the tenant to pay arrears where the relevant statutory provisions make it absolutely clear that a determination order is not binding on the parties if an appeal is lodged within time to the High Court and that the tenant already had an obligation to continue to pay the monthly rent pursuant to the tenancy agreement; and (b) granted the landlord’s application restraining the tenant from dissipating any amount received as beneficiary from her mother’s estate below the amount due in arrears of rent on the grounds that there was a real concern as to whether she would use her inheritance to pay the outstanding rent or whether she might seek to avoid doing so.

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