Property and Conveyancing
“Managing your land, home and commercial property transactions.”
The purchase, sale or transfer of property and land can be an intricate and sometimes lengthy process, regardless of whether you are a first-time buyer or an experienced developer. When part of a property chain there are many common and sometimes complex issues which arise that can set back completion. For this reason, it is important to have a solicitor on hand to advise you on the best course of action, to help minimise disruption and long, drawn-out processes as well as manage extensive paperwork.
At Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan we have comprehensive experience of property and commercial law with both private individual and commercial clients using our services across Ireland. Our depth of understanding of property law enables us to carefully guide clients through the myriad of contractual, legal and regulatory requirements which must be adhered to when carrying out property or land transfers.
It is our role to manage all the legal issues arising in the sale or purchase of a property, from full title searches, preparation of legal documents and management of special property and land conditions, transaction fees and charges and related tax or stamp duty requirements. We work with commercial property developers, investors and private individuals including first time buyers and resellers making sure that each client experiences a smooth, efficient and cost-sensitive service from beginning through to end.
We understand the extensive costs associated with buying and selling and so it is always our prerogative to offer a cost-effective conveyancing service without in any way holding back on service.
We provide specialist legal advice on the following areas:
- Commercial, Residential and Agricultural Property Sale and Purchase
- Contract Negotiations & Planning
- Landlord & Tenant Agreements
- Mortgage, Re-mortgaging and Financing Terms
- Equity Release & Transfer
- Compulsory Purchases
To find out more about how Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan Solicitors can assist you with Property and Conveyancing, please click here to complete our short form and we will be in touch.
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“Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan has worked with us on a number of different matters, particularly commercial contracts and property matters. They tend to have specialists in each area which means we get the benefit of a very high level of expertise. We find them very responsive to our requirements, they quickly understand what has to be done and deliver the outcomes we need without delay. We value their assistance highly, and I would not hesitate to give them my recommendation.”David Ruane — Managing Director, Pulse Fashion Accessories, Newcastle, Co Dublin
Latest News & Advice
This is where we share the latest Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan updates and discuss topical issues with you.
1 May 2018
Ireland’s Smear Test Controversy - Have You Been Affected?
Following the award of €2.5 million by the High Court last month to a terminally ill patient who’s cervical cancer was mis-diagnosed, an urgent review of Ireland’s cervical screening process is now underway.Read More
30 April 2018
GDPR - What You Need To Know
Whilst Data Protection legislation is nothing new, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - which comes into effect on 25 May 2018 - puts in place new and rigorous requirements for organisations and how they handle the personal data of EU citizens. It gives new and enhanced powers to the Data Protection Commissioner, and provides for costly fines to penalise non-compliance.Read More
24 April 2018
Parents through Surrogacy - are you eligible for leave entitlement?
For couples choosing surrogacy as a means to have a child, there can be many hurdles to overcome and issues to work through. One issue that arises time and again for intended mothers (the person who enters into a surrogacy arrangement with a surrogate mother to carry and deliver a child for them) in Ireland is that of leave - whether that is maternity leave, adoptive leave or parental leave.