It can often be a difficult and time consuming process to recover a debt from someone.  As someone who is owed money, you are a creditor and you have a number of options which you can consider before you try to recover the outstanding debt from the debtor. You may […] Read More›

Recent decisions of the Employment Court have made it clear that an employee will not be prevented from bringing a personal grievance or other claim in respect to their dismissal during a trial period unless this has been clearly agreed in writing between you and your employer before you start […] Read More›

The Employments Relations Authority has recently found against an employee who after reaching a mediated settlement with her employer that involved a payment to her on the basis that the terms of the settlement were confidential, then subsequently disclosed the terms of the settlement to fellow employees. Payment by the […] Read More›

Under the new Unit Titles Act 2010 (“UTA 2010”) every body corporate is required to establish and regularly maintain a Long Term Maintenance Plan. The Long Term Maintenance Plan must cover a period of at least 10 years from the date of the plan or the last review of the […] Read More›

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