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Regan Mcentee Solicitors Trim county Meath
Regan Mcentee Solicitors Trim county Meath
Regan Mcentee Solicitors Trim county Meath

Archive before January 2020

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Penalty Points for Speeding

Posted in Category(ies):  Recent Legal Developments

The recent Garda Scandal regarding speeding convictions and penalty points in cases where no fixed charge notice issued has shocked us all.   The imposition of Penalty Points can result in increased Insurance Premiums and in some cases even the loss of a Drivers Licence. 

If you have been convicted and suffered increased penalty points without first having received a fixed penalty notice please contact us for advice.  If you are appealing you conviction it will be important to do so as soon as possible, delays can negatively affect you appeal and while the conviction and penalty points remain in force you may continue to pay increased insurance premiums.  Please email us on mail@reganmcentee.ie  

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Posted on Thursday, 30 March 2017  |  By David McEntee  |  0 comments

Regan McEntee 'thinking pink'

Posted in Category(ies):  Community News

Regan McEntee will be 'thinking pink' on Tuesday 14th February (St Valentines Day). All of the team will be encouraged to wear pink and make a donation to the Marie Keating Foundation.

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Posted on Tuesday, 7 February 2017  |  By Elaine Byrne

Dwelling house Relief changes

Posted in Category(ies):  Recent Legal Developments

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Section 86 of the CAT Act 2003 provides that INHERITANCES of a dwelling house taken on or after 25 December 2016 will be exempt from capital acquisitions tax provided a number conditions are satisfied;

- The donor must have occupied the dwelling house as his only or main residence at his date of death. This condition will be relaxed in siuations where the deceased person had to leave because of ill health, eg to live in a nursing home

- The beneficiary must have continuously occupied the dwelling house as his only or main residence for a period of 3 years immediately before the date of the inheritance

- The beneficiary must not be entitled to an interest in any other dwelling house at the date of the inheritance and

- the beneficiary must continue to occupy the dwelling house (except where over 65) as his only or main residence for a period of 6 years from the date of inheritance.

 

The exemption also applies to residential properties that are GIFTED to a DEPENDENT RELATIVE of the donor. In this case the dwelling house is not required to have been the principal private residence of the donor.

 

 

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Posted on Tuesday, 7 February 2017  |  By Elaine Byrne

Water Charges

Posted in Category(ies):  Recent Legal Developments

Section 47 of the Environment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2015 obliges an owner of a dwelling to register with Irish Water or if not in occupation notify Irish Water that he is not the occupier and provide details (the date of commencement of any agreement for the occupation of the dwelling, and the name of each person with whom the owner has such an agreement for occupation) within 20 days of any change in occupation of the dwelling

 

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Posted on Tuesday, 7 February 2017  |  By Elaine Byrne

CAT Thresholds 2017

Posted in Category(ies):  Recent Legal Developments

CAT Thresholds 2017
Group A: €310,000.00
Group B: € 32,500.00
Group C: €16,250.00

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Posted on Tuesday, 7 February 2017  |  By Elaine Byrne  |  0 comments

Meath Solicitors Bar Association CPD & AGM April 2016

Posted in Category(ies):  Meath Solicitors Bar Association News

Attendees were updated on the Fair Deal Scheme & the new Capacity Act.

AGM followed and congratulations to incoming President Paul Moore, incoming Secretary Teresa Coyle, incoming Treasurer Stephen Murphy of Regan McEntee & Partners and all members of the Committee.

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Posted on Friday, 24 June 2016  |  By Elaine Byrne

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