November 24, 2020

Court hearing delays causing stress and financial headaches

24th November 2020 Chair of the Bar Council Maura McNally SC says she has been “inundated” with complaints about halted trials. The Bar Council chair has written to High Court President Ms Justice Mary Irvine to say that access to justice under Level-5 restrictions has proven very difficult for barristers […]
August 18, 2020

Building Resilence in these unusual times

18th August 2020 Resilience is the ability to adapt and bounce back when things don’t go as planned – and is a key quality we need to foster in order to keep going over the coming days and months and face the inevitable challenges ahead. Resilient people will be able […]
August 14, 2020

Registry of Deeds opens – at last !!

14th August, 2020 The Property Registration Authority (PRA) says the Registry of Deeds in Henrietta Street in Dublin has now reopened to the public for access to pre-1970 records. There are a number of measures in place in response to COVID-19, and the registry has changed its access procedures. Appointments People can […]
July 17, 2020

Property prices in the pandemic

17th July 2020 Residential property prices fell for the second month in a row during May, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), while the level of activity in the market dropped again. Prices nationwide had fallen by 0.1% during April, at the height of COVID-19 […]