April 21, 2022

Sick Leave Bill 2021

21 April, 2022 The news has carried reports on the recently published Sick Leave Bill 2021. It intends to legislate for the first statutory sick pay scheme for all employees, both in the public and private sector. It appears that employees’ unions have largely welcomed the Bill, but it has […]
April 12, 2022

You can make your own will, but maybe a solicitor is best

12th April, 2022 Making a will ensures that, when you die, your property and other possessions go to the people that you choose.  You can make a will yourself. You can use an online will service or buy a pre-printed one in a bookshop or stationery supplies. However, there is […]
April 6, 2022

High Court arrangements for hearing injury cases in 2022 with Covid-19 still present

6th April, 2022 Covid-19 continues to have a serious impact on public health and availability of litigants, witnesses, court staff and members of the judiciary. In this context, following consultation with the legal professions and other stakeholders, the President of the High Court, Ms Justice Mary Irvine, has determined that […]
March 15, 2022

Steps in buying property

15th March, 2022 -The basic procedure for the sale/purchase/transfer of property is as follows:‑ (1) The Vendor’s Solicitor is instructed that the property has been sold by receiving a Sales Advice Note from the auctioneer (or receives vendor’s direct instructions) and Vendor’s Solicitor writes to Vendor’s Bank to take up […]