February 16, 2018

Dead prisoner came back alive in body bag – Spain

A prisoner, who was confirmed dead by three doctors, woke up snoring on an autopsy table hours before he was “ready to be opened up”. Family members of Gonzalo Montoya Jiménez said he already had “autopsy marks on him”, ahead of the planned procedure. Jiménez, jailed in Spain’s Asturias region, is […]
January 29, 2018

Business Tenants – are you aware of your obligations to provide key info to Government Body ?

Commercial Lease Database Under the Property Services (Regulation) Act 2011 = it provided for the above where details of commercial leases were to be tracked and made public to assist in rent reviews. *Obligations to provide particulars apply to relevant commercial leases (a)          On the creation of the lease, (b)          On […]
January 26, 2018

World Day of the Endangered Lawyer – celebrate these heroes

Lawyers across the world risk harassment, imprisonment and even murder just for doing their jobs, the Law Society of England and Wales said on the Day of the Endangered Lawyer. Law Society president Joe Egan said: “We honour the courage and commitment of lawyers around the world who uphold justice, […]
January 26, 2018

Getting Irish Water clearance for house sales – Now Abolished !!!

Solicitors no longer need to deal with Irish Water on arrears of water charges. Section 48 of the Environment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2015 inserted a section 3A into the Water Services Act 2014 under which an obligation was placed on vendors’ solicitors to discharge any unpaid water charges from proceeds […]