Archive for March 2022

Revenue Clearance and Estates – Part 2 – The Due Diligence Process

Last week we looked at some of the preliminary aspects of the new Revenue Clearance system for estates. Today we are delving deeper into this important development for estate practitioners. To be able to submit your application for clearance the personal rep needs to have conducted due diligence. In last week’s blog, I set out…

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Requests for Clearance – Reflections Part 1

The due diligence form This is the first of a series of blogs on the new Revenue Clearance procedure. I set out below my link to my previous blog on this topic. Essentially the new Revenue Clearance procedure requires personal representatives to make sure they have conducted sufficient due diligence in a case. We will…

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Consanguinity Relief and Estates

You might recall that I recently posted about consanguinity relief and the impact of the relief. (See https://theprobatehub.ie/2022/02/23/a-note-on-consanguinity-relief/). Just an additional post script on this thanks to one of our regular readers and member of our group. A beneficiary of an estate may wish to buy an asset out of an estate not left to…

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Title in Intestacy Cases and De Bonis Non

This is just a short note of a reminder of title in intestacy cases where you are applying for a de Bonis Non. Just a reminder. A De Bonis Non application is where a grant of probate or letters of administration have issued but the appointed executor/administrator has died. In intestacy cases you won’t go…

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New Revenue Clearance Procedures

A significant development with respect to the streamlining of probate administration has recently occurred with the launch by Revenue of a new clearance system for estates. Revenue has published “Requests for clearance in death cases” which was created in February 2022 (yes the link is below!). Essentially Revenue have put in place a more formal…

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