By Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan | 8 February 2018

A Useful Links Page


At Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan we always endeavour to provide the best legal advice for you and your specific situation.

Before speaking with a solicitor, we understand that some of you may want to gain an understanding as to what your rights are in relation to a specific topic or issue. This is why we have put together the following list of helpful web links relating to Irish law.
It contains all the Acts of the Oireachtas and Statutory Instruments from 1922. Also the chronological tables of the Statutes shows how Acts have been subsequently affected (Legislation Directory).
The Commission produces Revised Acts which are administrative consolidations of Acts with amendments incorporated, to allow the legislation to be read seamlessly as amended.  This site contains over 200 Revised Acts and is growing.  They are selected, commonly used Acts such as the Succession Act 1965, the Road Traffic, Family and Employment Law Acts, and also all textually amended Acts from 2006 onwards other than Social Welfare and Finance Acts. The Commission is also responsible for updating the Legislation Directory found on the Irish Statute Book website.
Publishes the daily Legal Diary for the Superior Courts and the Circuit Court and has an archive of the issues published during the current court term and the immediately preceding court term. The website contains all the updated rules and fees relevant to the Superior Courts, Circuit Court and District Court. It also has a number of useful forms including summonses for noise pollution under environmental legislation, Circuit Court forms, probate forms, High Court civil forms and useful forms for a Wards of Court application. The ‘Judgments’ database contains the full text written judgments of the Supreme Court since 2001 and of the High Court and Court of Criminal Appeal since 2004.
Advice to practitioners in the areas of trusts and estates, executorships, administration and related taxes. The website has a number of full text articles; also a list of seminar papers available to purchase.
The Law Society is the professional body for solicitors and exercises statutory functions under the Solicitors Acts 1954 to 2013 in relation to the education, admission, enrolment, discipline and regulation of the solicitors’ profession.

Find a Solicitor search and see legal guide section and website for help with your legal queries.  If you have a complaint about a solicitor, the Law Society of Ireland, as the regulatory body for solicitors, may be able to help you depending on the circumstances.
 The Companies Registration Office is the central repository of public statutory information on Irish companies and business names. The CRO operates under the aegis of the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Links to external website.
Revenue devotes a great deal of time and effort to providing a top quality service to our customers. They have a responsibility to provide clear information and to make dealing with us as easy as possible.

By providing even better customer service and more taxpayer education and help, the revenue aim to help customers pay the right amount of tax and duty at the right time. They ensure that their customers know about their entitlements and to make claiming them simple and straightforward.

For specific legal guidance and advice relating to your situation, please do not hesitate to contact our firm

We are here to offer you impartial, professional and compassionate legal advice when you need it.

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