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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 ...
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New System for 30-day clearance for non-resident beneficiaries

Revenue has recently updated its procedures and with obtaining clearance when dealing with Non-resident beneficiaries. Essentially where a solicitor is ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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. ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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A Note on Consanguinity Relief

Just a short note on consanguinity relief. This is the stamp duty relief for farmers where the stamp duty rate ...
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Renunciation and Nomination of Administration

From time to time an executor of a will or a person entitled in intestacy may wish to renounce. That ...
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