There are just 3,000 properties for sale in Dublin at present, which is a 30% decrease in the amount of properties for sale from the same time last year.
A man who was injured in an ambulance while being taken to hospital has been awarded €27,000 in damages by the Circuit Court.
A man whose nose was broken by a closing electronic door at Dublin Airport, has been awarded €19,000 in damages arising from a personal injury* claim taken against Aer Lingus.
A 63 year old grandmother from Kiltimagh in Co Mayo has settled her High Court personal injury* claim against 2 dentists who are husband and wife.
A man who broke his ankle in the stairway of a private members club has been awarded €95,000 by the High Court.
A boy who was born with cerebral palsy in Waterford Regional Hospital has had an €8.5 million personal injury* claim approved by the High Court.
A woman who fractured her knee when she slipped on new porcelain tiles in her kitchen has been awarded €71,340 by the High Court following her successful personal injury* claim…
Three taxi drivers are separately suing the government over claims their property rights were breached when the industry was deregulated.
The filing of a return for payment of the Local Property Tax (LPT) for 2014 must be completed in November 2013.
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