Year: 2019

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Irish Landlord & Tenant Law: Deed of Renunciation

15 November, 2019

A short synopsis of Irish Landlord and Tenant law relating to the renunciation of a commercial tenants right to a new tenancy and the importance of this legislation from a commercial landlord’s perspective. Under Irish Landlord and Tenant law (namely The Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act 1980, amended by the Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act […]

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Notice to Quit: Steps to Dismiss Overholding Commercial Tenants

5 November, 2019

A short synopsis of Irish Landlord and Tenant law relating to the termination of a commercial lease in situations where the tenant is “overholding” and the form of notice to be provided by a commercial landlord in these circumstances. Leases may terminate for a number of different reasons, which vary for commercial and residential tenancies. […]

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Top 3 Things about Cookie Consent that Website Operators Need to Know

30 October, 2019

In Case C-673/17 Bundesverband der Verbraucherzentralen und Verbraucherverbande Verbraucherzentrale Bundesverband Ev –v- Planet 49 GmbH, the European Court of Justice has decided that cookie consent is only validly constituted if the website user has given his or her consent actively and “consent given in the form of a preselected tick in a checkbox does not […]

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The Brexit Series- Setting Up a Company in Ireland

17 October, 2019

This article looks at the different types of companies that are incorporated in Ireland, with a particular focus on the characteristics of the most common type of company, the private company limited by shares. Private Company Limited by Shares (“Limited Company”) This is by far the most common type of company in Ireland. The most […]

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Register for an Economic Operator’s Registration & Identification Number

18 November, 2019

Any business that imports or exports goods into or out of the EU, needs an Economic Operator’s Registration and Identification (“EORI”) number. This number is used by Revenue, HM Revenue and Customs and all other EU member states’ customs authorities to identify the trader and impose the necessary duty on the goods. While it is […]

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