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Referring employees for medical assessment

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • January 9 2013

In a recent High Court case, Delaney v Central Bank of Ireland 2011, which involved a referral by the Central Bank of a senior employee for psychiatric

Interlocutory injunction applications and the awarding of costs

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • January 9 2013

Two main principles form the bedrock of a Court’s jurisdiction to award costs. First, the award of costs is at the discretion of the Court, and second

When planning law and contract law collide

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • July 8 2010

An Irish court refused to order specific performance of a contract which included a term which was in breach of a planning permission

Small items, big problem

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • July 21 2010

A written assurance from a local planning authority does not override the terms of a planning permission

When a map is an uncertain guide

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • July 19 2010

An error in the site plan accompanying a past conveyance may be rectified through the use of the Trustee Act, 1893

No planning, no party

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • August 3 2010

A planning authority considering an application for retention permission is entitled to have regard to its past decisions on the development

A planning difficulty

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • July 29 2010

Where a developer fails to comply with an order under Section 160 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 he may be committed for contempt

Types of dispute resolution

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • June 25 2010

Large commercial disputes are generally resolved through High Court litigation

Be careful what you write

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • June 24 2010

If parties do not want correspondence to give rise to an enforceable agreement for the sale of land then they should include the phrase "subject to contractcontract denied"

Employment an overview of 2013

  • Mason Hayes & Curran
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  • Ireland
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  • February 17 2014

We hope that 2013 was a good year for you and your firm and that 2014 brings new opportunities and further success. We saw a number of developments