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Fraud attempt linked to Property Tax hotline

Gardaí in Cork have begun an investigation into attempted credit card fraud by a person handling queries from the public about filing local property tax (LPT) returns. The person, suspended on Thursday, worked for a company contracted by the Revenue Commissioners to...

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Insolvency service publishes guidleines

THE NEW INSOLVENCY SERVICE of Ireland has this afternoon published its guidelines on the criteria that struggling borrowers must meet in order to qualify for the new debt resolution procedures. The service says the limits are intended to give people the discretion to...

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Mental incapacity legislation due to be reformed

Ireland is at an important legal crossroads. New legislation determining legal capacity, or decision-making, is expected shortly. Get it right, and Ireland will be looked to as a world leader. Get it wrong, and the impact will be disastrous. Ireland has no excuse to...

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Family in Donegal in bitter dispute over will

Family members have taken each other to court in a bitter land dispute over a farm left in a contested will in Co Donegal. There are a total of four separate claims to the land left by the late farmer William John Kennedy of Correnagh, 5km outside Letterkenny. Mr...

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