Property Conveyancing

Walsh & Partners specialises in the transfer, purchase and sale of property. We offer property conveyancing services in Dublin and Cork.

● Acting for Social Housing Agencies throughout Ireland
● Residential developments
● Commercial developments
● Site purchase and development
● Transfers, buying and selling of farms and businesses
● Family Transfers
● Mortgages and Charges
● Windfarm Energy Agreements
● Transferring a site
● Purchasing a site
● Investment properties
● Compulsory purchase orders (CPOs)
● Agricultural land
● Rights of Residence/Deeds of Postponement
● Solar Energy Agreements
● Purchasing property through pension schemes
● Long term leasing with local authorities

Easements, Rights of Way and Wayleaves

It is worth noting that the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 put in place a timeframe under which unregistered rights of way and easements must be registered. Generally speaking, all rights of way and easements must be registered by the 30th November 2021. However, there are exceptions and the facts and circumstances of each case would need to be examined closely. Our team of solicitors offer a wide range of property conveyancing services. If you enjoy a right of way or wayleave and wish to protect it, you should get in touch with a conveyancing solicitor in Dublin or Cork as soon as possible.

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