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Assisted Decision Making – July 2022 Update

This is a short note of update on the Assisted Decision-Making Act. The Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth (referred to here as…

New era for Enduring Powers of Attorney

The Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) (Amendment) Bill 2022 was published on the 30th of May 2002 and the Second Stage debates concluded in the Dail on…

Grazing agreements

Just a short note for those who practice in agricultural law. One may often come across grazing agreements. There a range of these agreements, and…

Foreign Cases and the use of Limited applications

Where a deceased died outside of Ireland we consider these to be foreign cases. These tend to cause concern for some practitioners as regards the…

Revenue clearance – part 5 – practical steps

Over the past number of blogs we have been looking at the Revenue’s clearance procedures. Here I am going to look at some of the…

Revenue Clearance – Part 4 – Due Diligence Questions

In our last post we looked at the first element of the due diligence questions that a personal representative must answer prior to seeking clearance…

Revenue Clearance – Part 3 – The Due Diligence Process Continued

Last week we looked at the Revenue new clearance procedure focusing particularly on Section A of the Due Diligence form. That section is just principally…

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…

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…

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…