The Frustration “Lis Pendens” – Because Who Likes To Wait?

Lis Pendens

A Lis Pendens is a legal burden registrable against land the subject of litigation.


Under Section 121 of the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 (‘the Act’) a lis pendens (literally meaning “litigation pending”) may be registered against a property where Circuit or High Court proceedings have issued concerning an estate or interest in land.

Business Brief: Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS)

Business Brief: Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS)

Business Brief: Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS)

The Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS) protects depositors in the event of a bank, building society or credit union authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland being unable to repay deposits.

The DGS is part of the Central Bank of Ireland’s strategy to ensure that the best interests of consumers of financial services are protected. The DGS is administered by the Central Bank of Ireland and is funded by the credit institutions covered by the scheme.

Did You Know?: Mandatory E-Filing

Noone Casey Did You Know? Mandatory E-Filing

Did You Know? Mandatory E-Filing

The Section 847 of the Companies Information Act 2014 introduced mandatory electronic filing of all financial statements and annual returns filed with the CRO.

The following forms are also affected and must be filed electronically:


  • B2-cahange of registered office
  • B10-change of directors
  • B73-change of ARD date

PRSI Contributes Finally Benefit the Self-Employed

PRSI Contributes Finally Benefit the Self-Employed

PRSI Contributes Finally Benefit the Self-Employed

The Treatment Benefit Scheme is a scheme run by the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP) that provides dental, optical and aural services to qualified people. The Treatment Benefit Scheme is available to insured workers and retired people who have the required number of PRSI contributions.

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