The ‘Help to Buy’ scheme applies to first time buyers, or those self-building, a new residential property between the 19th of July 2016 and the 31st of December 2021.
At John A. Sinnott and Co. Solicitors, we act for property owners and tenants. Always, our most important piece of advice for both parties is to:
We came across the following document that may be helpful to landlords in relation to the safety requirements that must be in place for tenants.
From July 1st this year, new standards came into effect for landlords to ensure that they are providing a safe and healthy environment for tenants. Landlords may find below helpful.
We came across a recent survey that showed that:
In January 2013, the Conveyancing Conflicts Task Force Regulation was introduced. This regulation prohibits the same solicitor, or two solicitors from the same firm, from acting for both the seller and the buyer, or transferor and transferee, in property transactions.
Ulster Bank ran a very pleasant breakfast meeting at Pauline McGuire’s Toffee & Thyme Restaurant in Enniscorthy this morning. John A. Sinnott & Co Conveyancing Manager Jean Murphy attended the meeting.
I am often often asked, ‘What are the legal steps involved in buying/selling my house. . .?’