Areas We Specialise In
Dermot McNamara & Co Solicitors are available to provide you with expert advice and legal services in relation to a personal injury you have suffered.
A medical negligence claim may arise if you have suffered an injury as a direct result of medical mistreatment or lack of care that you have received.
The buying and selling of residential property, also known as conveyancing, is an area of practice in which we specialise and have a proud tradition in.
Wills and Probate
Dermot McNamara & Co have been awarded the ISO 9001:2000 Quality Mark which is independent proof of the efficient and quality wills and probate service that we provide.
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Clubs and Associations
Dermot McNamara is the author of “A Legal Guide for Clubs and Associations”; the only book published in Ireland which covers this subject.
If you have a general query or should you wish to discuss the merits of a case, we are happy to provide friendly and helpful advice, without cost.
Queries can be raised by telephone or email and a prompt reply is guaranteed. All queries should be made to Dermot McNamara at telephone number 00 353 1 8438766 or by email
The book will assist Clubs and Associations in providing guidelines on the legal issues which concern them.
Topics covered include Licencing, the role of the Committee, liability foraccidents; nuisance caused to neighbours, disciplinary procedures for members; employment law; equal status; taxation and data protection. All royalties from this book are donated to the Laura Lynn Childrens Hospice
The book helps to ensure compliance with legislation and will advise how exposure to accident claims can be minimised. It suggests ways to protect the Committee and Trustees from being held personally liable for activities carried out by them on behalf of the club. The book also provides assistance to Solicitors in giving legal advice to Clubs and Associations in drafting rules or making suggestions for the revision of existing rules. The book contains manyhelpful and useful precedents such as;
- Specimen Club Rules
- Licensing Applications
- Specimen Deeds
- Specimen Objects Clauses
- Lottery Permits
- Specimen Employment Contracts.
Also included is a Legal Checklist that can be referenced easily to check compliance with the more important aspects of legislation affecting Clubs and Associations.
The book is available from First Law Limited , Merchants Court, Merchants Quay, Dublin 8 or Hodges Figgis Book Store, 56/58 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
- The raising of detailed pre-Contract enquiries, covering all issues from title to planning
- The provision of legal due diligence
- Share Sale and Purchase Agreements
- Shareholders Agreements
- The requirements of your Bank’s legal department, to include all steps from the consideration of the Letter of Loan Offer through to the registration of the mortgage on the property.
We recognise that in commercial transactions time is of the essence and we will ensure that your queries are dealt with promptly and efficiently, to leave you free to concentrate on running your business. If you have any queries in relation to commercial property please contact Brendan Walsh on 01 8438766 or email@example.com
Dermot McNamara is a Notary Public appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Ireland.
A Notary is authorised to authenticate documents (i.e. to state that a document is a valid legal document such as a Marriage Certificate, Birth Certificate or Passport) and to witness (attest) a person signing a document to ensure that it will be legally accepted in the country in which it is to be used.
The most common document to be notarised is a Power of Attorney for people purchasing property abroad. In order to save time and expense travelling abroad, Purchasers often arrange for a Notary to witness (attest) their signature on the Power of Attorney, which then allows the person appointed in the country where the property is being purchased, to sign documents on behalf of the Purchasers.
What to bring with you.
If you require a document to be notarised you must bring with you:
- The document which is to be signed (do not sign the document until you are in the presence of the Notary)
2. Original Passport
3. Check to see if the country where the document is to be used requires an *Apostille to be affixed to the document. If an Apostille is required the document (once signed and witnessed by the Notary) must be posted or brought to the Department of Foreign Affairs, Hainault House, 69/71 St. Stephens Green, Dublin 2. The Apostille is a Certificate which is stamped onto the original document and for which the Department charge a fee of €25.00.
4. An Apostille is a Certificate given by the Department of Foreign Affairs that a document has been properly signed and that the Notary is a duly appointed Notary under Irish Law.
Notary fees are €60 for the first document and €15 for each additional document. There are additional fees if we are required to draft or type documents
Because our service has been streamlined there is usually only one visit to our offices required and therefore the length of time it can take to complete a re-mortgage has been reduced substantially.
So whether you are re-mortgaging property in order to avail of better interest rates, consolidating loans or re-financing to purchase investment property, we are here to advise and guide you through the entire process.
Most importantly, we will make you aware from the outset of the legal costs and outlays involved in the re-mortgaging process